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TuesdayJul 26 2016CNPDX July: Kubernetes Anniversary
We'll be having a meetup to celebrate the first anniversary of the Kubernetes 1.0 release, which we'll do by talking about the 1.3 Release.
Kubernetes 1.3 Features
Kubernetes 1.3 was released a couple of weeks ago. It includes PetSet, AutoScaling, and more. Josh Berkus will talk about a bunch of Kubernetes 1.3 features, especially PetSet. He'll demonstrate the ones which are practical to do.
Since this is the first anniversary of Kubernetes 1.0, we'll have STUFF! Such as stickers, coloring books, and other swag. Also cake!
Urban Airship 1417 NW Everett St, Suite 300
This meetup is sponsored by Urban Airship, Google, Red Hat and the Cloud Native Computing Foundation.
ThursdayJun 2 2016PDXNode
After a brief hiatus, PDXNode is back in full swing!
This month’s presentations include:
- Hapi User Authentication via JWT – Milan Loveless
When the talks are over:
When our talks are over there will be time for Node developers to hang out and get to know each other!
If you’re new to Node.js:
If you’re new to Node, or just generally curious and want to learn more about it–we’ll have a newcomer’s-corner where you’ll be able to get help with all initial setup, and receive a quick intro.
We’re really stoked to see you there!
WednesdayApr 27 2016Portland Tech Diversity: This is How You Do It
~ In partnership with Urban Airship and Uncorked Studios, Code Fellows presents ~ Diversity in Tech: How do you do it... and why?
At this event, leaders from PDX tech companies that have had success in diversifying their teams will discuss how they've done so and why. They'll talk about where they source candidates, the resulting company culture, and why a diverse team matters to their bottom line. We'll hear from Planet Argon, Uncorked Studios, Free Geek, and Urban Airship.
After the discussion, get your elevator pitches ready for Flash Intros! This is where job seekers get two minutes to connect with CTOs and hiring managers from the Portland tech community. Bring resumes and/or business cards.
Space is limited, and registration is required. Doors will open at 5:50, with the program starting shortly after 6 pm. http://techdiversity-how-why.eventbrite.com/?aff=calagator
WednesdayApr 6 2016Level Up Your Career
Are you ready to take the next step in your career? Are you wondering how to land your dream job, or even how to start your own business?
Maybe you’re a recent grad looking to get your start. Or maybe you’re already an established professional, excited for your next challenge.
AMA PDX wants to help you take your career to the next level, whether that be with your current employer, another employer or through entrepreneurship. We’ve recruited a panel of experts on personal branding, networking and the job search process. You’ll want to hear what they have to say about your next career move.
5:30pm – 6:00pm Appetizers and networking 6:00pm – 7:00pm Presentations and panel discussion
ThursdayDec 3 2015PDX Big Data Discussion Group
"No talks. You may opt to take up to 60 seconds to complain about Big Data. One paper per month, no obligation to read it."
We'll start by letting anyone who wants to take up to a minute to tell us what they've been doing with data lately.
This month's paper is Using Psycho-Acoustic Models and Self-Organizing Maps to Create a Hierarchical Structuring of Music by Musical Styles. by Rauber et al. Read it or don't - the goal is just to have something to start conversations. "Did you read the paper?" will do nicely.
Mention @PDXBigData on Twitter with the link to the full paper to suggest papers for future sessions.
There will be food.
TuesdayOct 20 2015PDXScala Monthly Meeting
Hey folks! It’s time again for our monthly meeting. Whether you’re a newcomer to Scala or an experienced expert, we’d love to have you join us. If you have general questions, want to get feedback on your code or get help solving a problem, or if you just want to get input on possible solutions or approaches to help you solve problems, this will be an ideal opportunity to do so.
This month we'll have Rob Norris continuing to engage newcomers to Scala with a short, introductory talk and Todd Burnside will talk about ad-hoc polymorphism using typeclasses in Scala.
TuesdaySep 8 2015Networking Night @ Urban Airship
In September, we'll be meeting at Urban Airship for a panel with several of their talented women. The theme will be "Never Stop Learning."
Lisa Orr, Data Scientist
Helen Crowell, Mobile Engineer
Mele Sax-Barnett, Ops/Dev Productivity Manager
Jhenna Voorhis, Associate Customer Engineer
Amanda Houle, Associate Customer Engineer
Andrea Burton, Senior Product Designer
Lisa Hewus-Fresh, Professional Services Engineer
6:00-6:30 - Check-in + Networking
6:30-8:00 - Women Who Code Intro + Urban Airship Demo + Panel: "Never Stop Learning"
8:00-8:30 - Networking + Wrap-up
Who Should Attend?
Anyone is welcome to attend.
About Urban Airship:
Urban Airship helps leading brands engage their mobile users and build high-value relationships from the moment customers download an app.
Thousands of companies and some of the most demanding brands in retail, media & entertainment, sports and travel & hospitality, trust Urban Airship to deliver the mobile moments that matter to their customers and to their business.
Company website: http://urbanairship.com/
Careers Page: http://urbanairship.com/careers