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Rogue Eastside Pub & Pilot Brewery

928 SE 9th Ave
Portland, OR 97214 (map)
(503) 517-0660

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  • Monday
    Jun 18 2018
    Agile Practitioners' Book Club: Inspired

    Chad Dickerson (Former CEO of Etsy) says: "If you only have one book on product management, this is the one."

    He is talking about the book 'INSPIRED: How to Create Tech Products Customers Love' by Marty Cagan. This book, now as a second edition, provides stories and information on how companies release a technology product that does not simply deliver a solution - but something customer love and rave about.

    Review the book description to see if this is something you want to dive into, and join fellow product and development agile readers for a discussion. Oh, and for the listeners of the modern "reading" age, this book is available in audio.

    Need more inspiration? Jeff Patton says of the book: "When I was a product leader, I experienced a fair bit of accidental successes and puzzling failures. Marty's writing has helped me understand how product managers and product organizations really should work. I wish I'd had this book years ago."

    Visit our Meetup link to RSVP to the gathering. Thanks!

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  • Monday
    Apr 30 2018
    Agile Practitioners' Book Club: The Human Side of Agile

    This time we dive into the people side of Agile. Best practices are necessary and valuable, and will build your foundation for success. But what if your team's agile journey to greatness is stagnating?

    Let's read Gil Broza's The Human Side of Agile and talk about how we can foster our teams to excellence. Join us to discuss concrete takeaways to tackle these kinds of "soft" problems that can be so hard to overcome. We hope to see you there and hear your insights about this book!

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  • Wednesday
    Apr 18 2018
    Homebrew Microblog Meetup

    Join the IndieWeb and Micro.blog communities for an evening of demos and discussions!

    Thanks to Okta for sponsoring the first round of drinks!

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  • Monday
    Mar 19 2018
    Agile Practitioners' Book Club: Let's tackle Agile Estimating & Planning - again

    Agile Estimating and Planning deserves a second discussion. Planning and estimating projects and their costs is here to stay in our business lives, often viewed as a necessary chore. Mike Cohn's book articulates the common mistakes that come along with creating a "project plan" - and provides practices and tools to better assess and solve business problems by iteratively planning, sizing, communicating, and executing - built on agile principles. We invite you to pick a chapter in the book that is especially interesting to you to read, and provide your insights to the group.

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  • Wednesday
    Mar 14 2018
    Homebrew Microblog Meetup

    Join the IndieWeb and Micro.blog communities for an evening of demos and discussions!

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  • Monday
    Feb 26 2018
    Agile Practitioners' Book Club: Agile Estimating & Planning

    Join the Agile Practitioners' Bookclub as we kick off 2018 with Mike Cohn's Agile Estimating & Planning! Planning is a reality for businesses. As Agile practitioners, we can use Cohn's insights to help our teams and businesses succeed! We'll be at Rogue Eastside in the Barrel Room again. Join us for some beer and conversation, won't you?

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  • Tuesday
    Dec 12 2017
    Agile Practitioners' Book Club: Facilitator's Guide to Participatory Decision Making

    It's been a fun year getting this little book club started!

    We'll wrap up the year with a holiday read: The Facilitator's Guide to Participatory Decision Making and maybe a year-end retrospective with some participatory decision making about what to focus on in the new year?

    There are several editions of The Facilitator's Guide - they appear to get more expensive as they get more current. Me, I'm planning on reading the original, because it's a) cheaper! and b) has many, many great things said about it. Feel free to bring the copy you want - they all seem good!

    Hope to see you for one last read in 2017!

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  • Wednesday
    Dec 6 2017
    Human-centered Discipline Group Holiday Event!

    We've reached out to gather 16 human-centered Portland groups into one event!

    Happy Holidays! What a year! We have so much to be thankful for and so much more to look forward to in 2018. Let’s celebrate!

    Human-centered meetups across Portland are joining together for drinks and networking before the holidays. Come connect with people around Portland who are passionate about human-centered principles and how it can change the way we work and live.

    Come give feedback on a few ideas we have been working on for 2018 on how to bring the human-centered communities closer together.

    See you there!

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  • Monday
    Oct 16 2017
    Agile Practitioners' Book Club: Liftoff-2nd Edition: Start and Sustain Successful Agile Teams

    note: We will be reading the 2nd edition put out by Pragmatic Programmers. It is much improved from the 1st edition, even though that one was great too!

    While the kickoff, launch or liftoff of a team is the first thing we do, we don't always take the time to do it well, heck, we OFTEN don't do it well. Why is that?

    In Liftoff we will learn how to "launch a team with attention and intention" planning and designing our liftoff through simple and powerful steps. We'll learn about Agile chartering and how it all comes together to bring about a sense of clarity and purpose that helps teams find a clear path through the fog of the unknown that often weighs down on new teams.

    We encourage you to read the book with a specific project in mind. We'll talk about it over beers and tots and we even have wall space to try our hand at Agile chartering should the mood strike us!

    See you there!

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  • Monday
    Sep 25 2017
    Agile PDX - Agile Practitioners Book Club: Coaching Agile Teams

    Come join us again at Rogue Eastside for a discussion of Lyssa Adkins' great book, Coaching Agile Teams. We'll be looking at Part II of the book - and exploring the various stances a coach takes to the team , be it coach, facilitator, teacher, mentor. If you are familiar with the Agile Coaching Competency Framework from ACI, this book is the root of that. We look forward to having you at the discussion where we'll dig into the different stances a coach takes and over a pint we'll try out an exercise to learn more about the areas where we are collectively strong, and the areas we could stand to learn more about!

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  • Monday
    Aug 7 2017
    Agile PDX - Agile Practitioners Book Club: User Story Mapping

    Reading: User Story Mapping: Discover the Whole Story, Build the Right Product - Jeff Patton

    All you have to do is read a few of the Amazon reviews to know that this book is something different. Patton succinctly illustrates the power of the story mapping process and leaves you going - yeah, that! It's a short read, but for me, I was left wanting to share what I learned. You will too! We're meeting in the Barrel Room at Rogue Eastside. It's a Monday night - little different for a meet up, but should give us a quiet space to talk and play around with some story mapping! Do join us :)

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  • Thursday
    Apr 27 2017
    VanderJUG - Java User Group (Networking Meetup)

    Join us to chat about all things Java!

    alt text VanderHouwen is forming a Java Developer meetup on the east side at Rogue Brewery. Join Andrew and Joe on the 4th Thursday monthly for happy hour.
    We’d like to purchase a couple of beers (or soft drinks) and talk about what you, as a Developer, want to see in a software meetup as we build our community.


    We want to build a user group for YOU so please join us on Thursday the 27th to kick things off!

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  • Thursday
    Mar 23 2017
    VanderJUG - Java User Group

    alt text VanderHouwen is forming a Java Developer meetup on the east side at Rogue Brewery. Join Andrew and Joe on the 4th Thursday monthly for happy hour.

    For this initial meetup, we’d like to purchase a couple of beers (or soft drinks) and talk about what you, as a Developer, want to see in a software meetup. We can book industry speakers for future events (and would welcome volunteers) or, have any format you wish. We want to build a user group for YOU so please join this Thursday to kick things off!

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