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CoffeeTime

712 Northwest 21st Avenue
Portland, OR 97209, US (map)

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  • Wednesday
    Feb 21 2018
    Ask a Dev

    CoffeeTime

    Whether you're a new programmer, a veteran exploring a new language, or a tech-adverse soul lost in a sea of WYSIWYG site generators, we're here to help. Join us for a few hours every other week as we answer your frustrations.

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  • Wednesday
    Feb 7 2018
    Ask a Dev

    CoffeeTime

    Whether you're a new programmer, a veteran exploring a new language, or a tech-adverse soul lost in a sea of WYSIWYG site generators, we're here to help. Join us for a few hours every other week as we answer your frustrations.

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  • Wednesday
    Sep 24 2014
    Workfrom Wednesday

    CoffeeTime

    Workfrom Wednesday comes back to the West side!!

    This week we'll be going to a Workfrom first and portlad favorite Coffee Time on  NW 21st. They have salads, sandwiches, pastries, small snacks for food, and there is plenty of other options right by. We try to support each location that supports us by buying something. So come hungry, in need of a coffee, and ready to get some work done with awesome people. 


    Again this week we will be going to a bar after Workfrom Wednesday. If anyone has any suggestions please post them since we are currently undecided on where to go.


    You can find out more about Coffee Time and why it's awesome on their Workfrom page.

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  • Monday
    Nov 19 2012
    Edx CS169.2x: SAAS using Ruby on Rails - Study Group

    CoffeeTime

    This is the second study group meeting for CS169.2x, UC-Berkeley's second edition of its SAAS class on edx.org. (See https://www.edx.org/courses/BerkeleyX/CS169.2x/2012_Fall/about). The first homework assignment is due 6 days after this date.

    The course teaches "software as a service" fundamentals using Ruby on Rails. Feel free to join us! Email me at [email protected] for any questions.

    Description from EDX:

    CS 169.2x is the second half of University of California, Berkeley's semester long course on Software as a Service. In the first half of the course, CS 169.1x, students use Agile development methods to deploy a simple SaaS app in the cloud. In the second half, CS 169.2x, students create more sophisticated apps by adding relationships between models in apps and by enhancing their apps with JavaScript. They also learn about what happens after the apps are deployed to real users, including how to monitor performance, identify and fix common performance problems, and avoid compromising customer data. Finally, students learn how to apply Agile techniques to enhance and refactor legacy code, a critical skill for professional programmers.

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  • Wednesday
    Nov 7 2012
    Edx CS169.2x: SAAS using Ruby on Rails - Study Group

    CoffeeTime

    This is the first study group meeting for CS169.2x, UC-Berkeley's second edition of its SAAS class on edx.org. See https://www.edx.org/courses/BerkeleyX/CS169.2x/2012_Fall/about

    The course teaches "software as a service" fundamentals using Ruby on Rails. The courseware just opened this past Monday, November 5th, so a few of use are hoping to form a study group in the physical here in pdx. Feel free to join us! Email me at [email protected] for any questions.

    Description from EDX:

    CS 169.2x is the second half of University of California, Berkeley's semester long course on Software as a Service. In the first half of the course, CS 169.1x, students use Agile development methods to deploy a simple SaaS app in the cloud. In the second half, CS 169.2x, students create more sophisticated apps by adding relationships between models in apps and by enhancing their apps with JavaScript. They also learn about what happens after the apps are deployed to real users, including how to monitor performance, identify and fix common performance problems, and avoid compromising customer data. Finally, students learn how to apply Agile techniques to enhance and refactor legacy code, a critical skill for professional programmers.

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  • Saturday
    Sep 6 2008
    Café Chess Collectif
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    CoffeeTime

    Lots of casual Chess players haunt the booths and tables at Coffee Time, evenings and weekends (Saturday nights in particular). Likely the most popular café for chess in Portland, most evenings you will find players and observers hanging about. If noone is open, lay out your own board and someone will likely come around for a game. Blitz is popular, but there are leisurely players too.

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