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Jama Software (New office)

135 SW Taylor, Suite 200
Portland, OR 97204, us (map)

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  • Tuesday
    Sep 11 2018
    Write the Docs PDX - Joint meetup with the Portland Accessibility and User Experience group

    We'd like to welcome Portland Accessibility and User Experience group (@pdxa11yux) as we host a joint meetup/workshop for writing more inclusively.

    We’ll share inclusivity guidelines and tips, then break into groups and apply and share what we’ve learned. Together, we’ll uncover solutions to make your writing more inclusive. Please bring any burning accessibility comments or questions and any samples of relevant work you'd be willing to share and discuss.

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  • Portland Accessibility and User Experience Meetup (PDX A11Y UX) - Writing for Inclusivity: A Co-Meetup with Write The Docs PDX

    When you write microcopy or technical documentation, clarity and concision are top of mind. Adding inclusivity as another requirement will help you write better copy for all your readers.

    Join us on September 11th for a co-meetup with Write the Docs PDX! We’ll share inclusivity guidelines and tips, and try them out in a group activity, using examples of your own works-in-progress! Together, we’ll find solutions to make your writing more inclusive.

    Please bring work-in-progress from one of your current projects for the group activity.

    Light refreshment provided. RSVP requested!

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  • Tuesday
    Aug 7 2018
    Write The Docs PDX - Write the Docs Portland August Meetup: Support Driven Expo 2018 Recap: Customer Support and Documentation

    Erin Grace and David Bastedo had a chance to attend the Support Driven Expo conference in June and will be here to share their experiences and what they learned. Support Driven Expo is a conference that brings together customer support professionals to learn from each other and share best practices through talks, workshops, and unconferences. Learn more about how documentation plays a role in customer support and other trends in the support community.

    Join us for light refreshments and conversation. Please arrive by 6:15 as the doors lock after that time.

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  • Tuesday
    Jul 10 2018
    Write The Docs PDX - Write the Docs Portland July Meetup: How to Buy a Translation

    Join us for this month's meetup and explore the topic of translation. Documentarian and translator Amy Coulter will lead us through the process of buying translations.

    "Can't we just run this through Google Translate? Can't my colleague translate that, isn't she from that country? Can we just lob this over the fence to a big LSP and be done with it? Can we find a freelancer ASAP?
    Local editor, translator and writer Amy Coulter will be happy to answer all of these questions for you (and more), giving you some tools for tackling a translation-related action item."

    Join us for light refreshments and conversation. Please arrive by 6:15 as the doors lock after that time.

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  • Monday
    Jul 18 2016
    PDXWIT Professional Head Shots Fundraiser!

    PDX Women in Tech is embarking on a journey to transform into a non-profit 501c3! Help us raise some funds to cover the costs by joining the PDXWIT Board and Volunteers to get professional headshots.

    A small fee of $25 will get you the following and will help us cover filing fees:

    • You are purchasing a 10 minute photo shoot and will receive 3 individual head shots.
    • Images will be emailed to the address provided on the day of the shoot.
    • Images will be selected and edited by the photographer.
    • Images will be 8in.x10in., high resolution, color JPG files.
    • Images will receive light retouching, any additional retouching is not included.
    • Email delivery of the images will take 3 to 4 weeks.
    • Photos will be taken in a studio with white background.

    Email [email protected] if you have additional questions

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  • Tuesday
    Aug 4 2015
    Networking Night @ Jama

    Jama Software will be hosting our August Networking Night and we'll be at their beautiful new office on SW Taylor. The program for this month is a panel on "Lessons Learned in the Tech Industry."

    Panelists:

    Hang Dao – QA Engineer
    Kristina King – Support Community Manager
    Robin Calhoun – Product Manager
    Laura Andrews – Visual Interaction Designer
    Jess Stetson—Solutions Architect

    Program:

    6:00-6:30 - Check-in + Networking
    6:30-8:00 - Panel: "Lessons Learned in the Tech Industry" 
    8:00-8:30 - Networking + Wrap-up

    About Jama: 

    From concept to launch, the Jama product delivery platform helps companies bring complex products to market. By involving every person invested in the organization’s success, the Jama platform provides a structured collaboration environment, empowering everyone instant and comprehensive insight into what they are building and why. Innovative companies worldwide use Jama to increase the return of investment on R&D, out-innovate their competition and deliver business value. Jama is one of the fastest-growing enterprise software companies in the United States, having repeatedly been recognized by Inc. and Forbes for its success. 

    For more info: https://www.jamasoftware.com/

    Jama Careers: https://www.jamasoftware.com/careers/

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