Jama Software is the creator of the requirements management tool Contour.
Metered long-term parking available on surrounding streets. SmartPark garage behind the office.
Jama is hiring!
If door is locked, ring the doorbell.
Future events happening here
MondayMay 8 2017PDXWIT Becoming Eli – My Child’s Journey from Daughter to Son
PDX Women In Tech (PDXWIT) and Code Fellows present a discussion with Colleen Yeager, Corporate Controller for Jama Software, to learn about her family’s journey as her six-year-old son transitioned from a she to he. Colleen will share what this transformation has been like, as a mother, a wife, an employee, and a family unit; and how the transition awakened her son to his true self. Join us for an intimate and authentic conversation.
PDXWIT is a community-based non-profit organization. Our purpose is to strengthen the Portland women in tech community by offering: educational programs, partnerships, mentorships, resources and opportunities. We are unifying a supportive environment for current and potential women in tech, all of whom are committed to helping each other. Our goal is to bring together and empower women in tech and to encourage others to pursue tech careers. This is our step towards reducing the gender imbalance in the industry and addressing the current negative effects of that imbalance on women.
Past events that happened here
WednesdayOct 28 2015The Future of Marketing + IT Partnerships
The TAO Tech Leadership + Marketing Communities are bridging the IT/Marketing divide this October.
It is crucial for modern businesses that IT and Marketing teams have a highly functional and communicative relationship. Join us October 28th, for The Future of Marketing and IT Partnerships, where marketing and IT professionals will show how to effectively to work together. This is a panel you will not want to miss!
This panel discussion will answer questions such as: -In communicating with your IT team, how do you effectively communicate a project's end goal? -How do you help your team understand the IT team's blockers and distill down the essential functions of potential technological tools? -What are the best tools to educate yourself on the development and operations processes? -In communicating with your Marketing team, how do technologists translate complex technical problems into layman's terms? -How do you help marketing understand the best use of your time in order to stay on-time and on-budget -How do you build trust between your Marketing team while not overcommitting your resources?
Panelists Steve McCallion, Chief Member Officer and Creative Director, ZOOM+ Steve is responsible for all member experiences, member acquisition, and the ZOOM+ brand. Steve served as President of Chrome Industries 2011-2014. He also served at Ziba Design 1993-2011, where he was Executive Creative Director 2006-2011. Steve received his Master's Degree in Architecture at Columbia University in 1989.
David Kohel, Chief Technology Officer, ZOOM+ David is the technology leader for ZOOM+. David directed product and technology strategy and delivery for all Nike digital brand experiences from 2010-2015, including web, mobile, and platforms. He was the organizational leader for product management, architecture, and engineering with direct ownership of 200+ online experiences and 5 mobile applications. Prior to Nike, David was Director of Product Management for Kroger/Fred Meyer Jewelers from 2002-2010 where he rebuilt the order management and supply chain processes and redesigned key supple chain systems.
Moderator Kerry McClenahan, Founder and CEO, McClenahan Bruer (McBru) McClenahan Bruer (McBru) is a Portland, Oregon-based tech B2B marketing agency whose clients range from start-ups to multi-billion dollar companies across industries as diverse as semiconductors, storage and enterprise software. McBru drives business value for its clients via a strategic mix of creative content and communications channels that helps them win their unfair share of mind and market. Kerry serves on the board of directors of Social Venture Partners Portland, an organization comprising engaged philanthropists who invest financial, human and social capital to solve pressing community problems. Kerry holds a bachelor of science degree in organizational and mass communications from Eastern Washington University.
Event Details: When: Wednesday, October 28th Time: 5:00 - 7:00PM Where: Jama Software, 135 SW Taylor Street, #200, Portland, OR Cost: $25 Members I $45 Non-members
MondayOct 21 2013pdxdevops: Portland DevOps user group meeting
Please join us on October 21 at Jama Software for a talk about Docker by CPUsage CTO and co-founder, Matt Wallington.
Docker has been a hot topic in devops circles recent months and Matt will be imparting his experiences using it as well as some demonstrations of the tool itself. I look forward to seeing everyone there!
ABOUT THE GROUP: pdxdevops is a Portland, Oregon user group that explores the glorious intersection of software development and systems operations, and shares practical advice on working effectively in an era of agile infrastructure, server automation and cloud computing. Meetings are usually on the third Monday of the month. Website: http://pdxdevops.org/ Twitter: @pdxdevops
ThursdayAug 29 2013A Tech Meetup with Senator Jeff Merkley
Senator Jeff Merkley, a champion of startups and small businesses in Oregon, will be up for re-election in 2014. We have a chance to ensure his success through your efforts this fall.
As many of you know, Senator Merkley wrote the bipartisan CROWDFUND Act to open up online capital-raising for small businesses. It became law last year and the SEC is currently working on the rules. CROWDFUND is going to revolutionize fundraising for early stage startups in markets without large venture capital ecosystems.
And Senator Merkley has been a leader on increasing student access to STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) courses and teachers – a vital ingredient to building Oregon's tech workforce in future generations.
Please join us for an afternoon reception with Senator Jeff Merkley and learn more about his support of our startups.
Suggested Contribution Levels:
Event Host $500 - Includes entry for two to host’s reception at 1:30 p.m.
Supporter $250 - Includes entry for one adult
TuesdayAug 20 2013Portland Java User Group
6 to 6:30 networking and pizza sponsored by TekSystems
6:30 Testing AJAX Web Applications Using Selenium WebDriver in Java
Come and learn how Jama is using Selenium WebDriver to test their massive single-page web application. We'll look at strategies and techniques for avoiding timing issues, test fragility, and other common pitfalls, We can also look at how Jama integrated writing these tests into their process, as well as answer any other questions you may have.
TuesdayJul 23 2013PDX Women in IT Happy Hour Networking Event
Come join an amazing group of ladies! No specific agenda, just network and have fun!
You've all heard of Jama...so why not join us to visit their space, have a beverage and meet some cool ladies?
PDX Women in Information Technology exists to celebrate professional women in the Portland-metro area who work with, manage, lead or have an interest in technology. Whether you are developing event-driven, non-blocking applications in node.js or setting technology strategy for a Fortune 500 company–or anything in between–come join us!
vendors: This is a friendly networking event only
TuesdayJun 18 2013Portland Java Users Group: Vert.x: Asynchronous Application Development for the JVM
You can think of Vert.x as an Actor-model-based, functional event-driven, messaging passing platform that speaks in modern protocols (JSON, WebSockets, etc) and can be used from many JVM based languages but bridges the communication gap between the browser and the server in a new way. Convincingly Vert.x is like a Node for the JVM, but with some fun enhancements.
- What, Why and Who of the Vert.x project
- Discuss the problem space it is good for
- Demonstrate and discuss concepts and features of Vert.x
- Show a variety of demo apps illustrating how it works
- Current State of the Project
TuesdayAug 21 2012PJUG: Apache CloudStack: private cloud with Java
Apache CloudStack is an open source private cloud server. In other words, IaaS (Infrastructure as a Service). In this talk we’ll take a look at CloudStack system architecture and how to configure and deploy your own private cloud with CloudStack. We’ll also look at some CloudStack Java code and see how it uses Java APIs to control the XenServer hypervisor.
Speaker: Daniel Kranowski is Lead Software Engineer and Principal at Business Algorithms, LLC (www.bizalgo.com). He has spent over a decade coding in Java, .NET, C++ and related technologies. Amidst his regular schedule of Java enterprise application development, he feeds his addiction to "making big systems go fast" by hacking on CloudStack.
TuesdayApr 17 2012Portland Java Users Group
Topic: Software Estimation Software estimation is always difficult to do well. Estimation is rarely taught in school and gets little attention in professional training. This presentation, built heavily on material from Steve McConnell, delves into the topic with the goal of improving estimation with a few simple rules of thumb as well as improving the understanding of the culture and politics surrounding estimates that often cause conflicts.
Speaker: Chris Kessel I've been a developer for just shy of 20 years and started with Java shortly before its original 1.0 release. I'm passionate about the craft and maintain an active interest in software history and culture, especially as it impacts best practices.