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ELC Technologies offices

1771 NW Pettygrove Street
Portland, Oregon 97209, United States (map)

Future events happening here

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Past events that happened here

  • Wednesday
    Nov 28 2012
    PDX Cocoaheads

    John Poole will present about OpenGL.

    Beer and pizza provided by our hosts, ELC Technologies!

  • Wednesday
    Oct 24 2012
    PDX Cocoaheads

    Cody Garvin will speak about Core Image for iOS, and making custom controls (also for iOS).

    Beer and pizza provided by our hosts, ELC Technologies!

  • Wednesday
    Sep 26 2012
    PDX Cocoaheads

    Scott Neal will speak about XML parsing, specifically as it's used to build a website-backed application.

    Beer and pizza provided by our hosts, ELC Technologies!

    Website
  • Wednesday
    Aug 22 2012
    PDX Cocoaheads

    John Poole will talk about porting an iOS app to Android, covering both technical and business side issues.

    Beer and pizza provided by our hosts, ELC Technologies!

  • Wednesday
    Jul 25 2012
    PDX Cocoaheads

    Elizabeth Taylor will present on Automated App Testing using iOS Instruments.

    Beer and pizza provided by our hosts, ELC Technologies!

  • Thursday
    Jul 19 2012
    ELC Technologies Internship Program Introduction

    ELC Technologies is starting up a new paid internship program. If you've dabbled with Rails but haven't quite made it to paid developer status yet this may be just the program for you. Come and talk to us, eat food, and find out why you want to apply for the program.

    The Program
    The internship will take 3 months and by the end we expect that you will be ready to start work as a junior programmer immediately. This internship is not a requirement for employment at ELC and is no guarantee of employment, but it is a great way to get the fundamentals while getting paid to do so.

    The Event
    The introduction event will allow you to connect with the instructors and the organizers behind the internship program while eating delicious pizza and consuming beverages. We will go over the format of the program, talk about the requirements needed to enter, and the application process. At the end we will have time for you to talk to coaches and ELC employees about what it's like to work for ELC and what sorts of projects we work on.

    For more information please email: [email protected]

    Website
  • Wednesday
    Jun 27 2012
    PDX Cocoaheads

    David Sklenar from ELC Technologies will talk about building iOS apps with RubyMotion.

    Beer and pizza will be provided by our hosts, ELC Technologies.

  • Wednesday
    May 23 2012
    PDX Cocoaheads

    Scot Neal will discuss software to make working with others easier - Redmine, Mercurial, Git, et al.

    Beer and pizza provided by our hosts, ELC Technologies!

  • Wednesday
    Apr 25 2012
    PDX Cocoaheads

    Josh Timonen will present about Blocks.

    Beer & pizza provided by our hosts, ELC Technologies.

  • Wednesday
    Mar 28 2012
    PDX Cocoaheads

    Justin Miller will talk about Core Graphics.

    Beer and pizza provided by our hosts, ELC Technologies!

  • Wednesday
    Feb 22 2012
    PDX Cocoaheads

    Todd Bates will present about Unit Testing for iOS apps.

    Beer and pizza provided by our hosts, ELC Technologies!

  • Wednesday
    Jan 25 2012
    PDX Cocoaheads

    Scott Neal will be speaking about Core Data, on some of the topics that there wasn't time to cover in June. This event description will be updated when more information is available.

  • Wednesday
    Nov 16 2011
    PDX Cocoaheads

    Andrew Pouliot will be talking about iOS 5, with Q & A afterwards.

    Beer and pizza provided by our hosts, ELC Technologies!

  • Wednesday
    Sep 28 2011
    PDX Cocoaheads

    Note change of meeting location! This month we are at ELC Technlogies, at NW 18th and Pettygrove. Beer and pizza are being provided by ELC (thanks!).

    The topic this month is Source Code Control. Steve Riggins will talk about git, Simran Gleason will talk about Subversion, and if he's available Dave Camp will talk about Mercurial. The idea is not to compare and contrast the options but merely to have someone who is a fan of each tell us the good, bad and ugly about their chosen SCC method.

    Assuming the iPhone Learning project is over at this point (it could get delayed again if summer slows people down), we'll return to having an open Q&A session after the meeting, followed by/continued over beer.