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Wednesday
Nov 17
Portland Junior Developer Meetup
Online via Zoom

For entry level developers, people interested in starting a new career in tech, and anyone wanting to encourage and help newer developers. Join us to hear relevant speakers, have a slice of pizza, and make new connections! We look forward to meeting you. If you’d like to be a part of our slack channel, you can be a part of the conversation here: http://bit.ly/JrDevSlackInvite

We meet the third Wednesday of every month from 6:00 till 7:00 or 7:30, alternating between an informal gathering time and a speaker event. All skill levels always welcome!

All are expected to adhere to our Code of Conduct: http://bit.ly/JrDevCodeOfConduct

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Wednesday
Oct 20
Portland Junior Developer Meetup
Online via Zoom

For entry level developers, people interested in starting a new career in tech, and anyone wanting to encourage and help newer developers. Join us to hear relevant speakers, have a slice of pizza, and make new connections! We look forward to meeting you. If you’d like to be a part of our slack channel, you can be a part of the conversation here: http://bit.ly/JrDevSlackInvite

We meet the third Wednesday of every month from 6:00 till 7:00 or 7:30, alternating between an informal gathering time and a speaker event. All skill levels always welcome!

All are expected to adhere to our Code of Conduct: http://bit.ly/JrDevCodeOfConduct

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Wednesday
Sep 15
Portland Junior Developer Meetup
Online via Zoom

For entry level developers, people interested in starting a new career in tech, and anyone wanting to encourage and help newer developers. Join us to hear relevant speakers, have a slice of pizza, and make new connections! We look forward to meeting you. If you’d like to be a part of our slack channel, you can be a part of the conversation here: http://bit.ly/JrDevSlackInvite

We meet the third Wednesday of every month from 6:00 till 7:00 or 7:30, alternating between an informal gathering time and a speaker event. All skill levels always welcome!

All are expected to adhere to our Code of Conduct: http://bit.ly/JrDevCodeOfConduct

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Wednesday
Aug 18
Portland Junior Developer Meetup
Online via Zoom

For entry level developers, people interested in starting a new career in tech, and anyone wanting to encourage and help newer developers. Join us to hear relevant speakers, have a slice of pizza, and make new connections! We look forward to meeting you. If you’d like to be a part of our slack channel, you can be a part of the conversation here: http://bit.ly/JrDevSlackInvite

We meet the third Wednesday of every month from 6:00 till 7:00 or 7:30, alternating between an informal gathering time and a speaker event. All skill levels always welcome!

All are expected to adhere to our Code of Conduct: http://bit.ly/JrDevCodeOfConduct

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Wednesday
Jul 21
Portland Junior Developer Meetup
Online via Zoom

For entry level developers, people interested in starting a new career in tech, and anyone wanting to encourage and help newer developers. Join us to hear relevant speakers, have a slice of pizza, and make new connections! We look forward to meeting you. If you’d like to be a part of our slack channel, you can be a part of the conversation here: http://bit.ly/JrDevSlackInvite

We meet the third Wednesday of every month from 6:00 till 7:00 or 7:30, alternating between an informal gathering time and a speaker event. All skill levels always welcome!

All are expected to adhere to our Code of Conduct: http://bit.ly/JrDevCodeOfConduct

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Wednesday
Jun 16
Portland Junior Developer Meetup
Online via Zoom

For entry level developers, people interested in starting a new career in tech, and anyone wanting to encourage and help newer developers. Join us to hear relevant speakers, have a slice of pizza, and make new connections! We look forward to meeting you. If you’d like to be a part of our slack channel, you can be a part of the conversation here: http://bit.ly/JrDevSlackInvite

We meet the third Wednesday of every month from 6:00 till 7:00 or 7:30, alternating between an informal gathering time and a speaker event. All skill levels always welcome!

All are expected to adhere to our Code of Conduct: http://bit.ly/JrDevCodeOfConduct

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Wednesday
May 19
Portland Junior Developer Meetup
Online via Zoom

For entry level developers, people interested in starting a new career in tech, and anyone wanting to encourage and help newer developers. Join us to hear relevant speakers, have a slice of pizza, and make new connections! We look forward to meeting you. If you’d like to be a part of our slack channel, you can be a part of the conversation here: http://bit.ly/JrDevSlackInvite

We meet the third Wednesday of every month from 6:00 till 7:00 or 7:30, alternating between an informal gathering time and a speaker event. All skill levels always welcome!

All are expected to adhere to our Code of Conduct: http://bit.ly/JrDevCodeOfConduct

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Thursday
May 27
Remote Tech Talk at the Guild -- Intro to Game Design in JavaScript
PDX Code Guild

With the HTML5 canvas API, web developers have the ability to draw and animate in 2D using JavaScript. And from there, it just takes a bit of structure to design a simple game.

In this Tech Talk, we will use a rudimentary game engine to design a 2D Platformer in Vanilla JavaScript. We will focus on these game design concepts: - Collision Detection & Resolution - Object-Oriented Programming and Inheritance - Trigonometric Functions for Smooth Animations - State Machines - Events - And More

We will also discuss the many differences (and some similarities) between game design and web development.

This Tech Talk is for programmers and gamers of all levels of experience. A basic understanding of JavaScript and the canvas API will help attendees follow along. Refer to this guide for an intro to drawing with canvas: https://github.com/pjz987/guides/blob/master/docs/canvas-tutorial.md

Presented by PDX Code Guild Teaching Assistant Pete Jones

https://pdxcodeguild.com/ Want to learn Web Development? Contact [email protected] Want to watch past Tech Talks? Check out our YouTube channel: https://youtube.com/pdxcodeguild

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Monday
May 17
Private Surveillance
Online

At the last several meetings, we looked at how municipalities use surveillance technologies and how the public can have input into the acquisition and use process related to these systems.

But what about private entities? How are they using technology to surveil us? And what happens when private organizations fund surveillance tech or enter into contracts with city governments to provide surveillance services?

This month, local Portland tech journalist Kate Kaye will join us to talk about the ways companies and other private entities are surveilling the public and what that means for our privacy and government policies for tech and data use. Kate is the creator of the the City Surveillance Watch podcast, a three-part scripted series delving into the dichotomy of smart city tech and its surveillance implications. She also is one of the only journalists anywhere to track closely the saga of Portland’s city mobility tracking project with Sidewalk Labs sibling Replica and the city’s groundbreaking facial recognition ban, which outlaws private use of facial recognition.

We'll discuss ownership and sharing of the data collected and how we might get back control of what information is collected and how it's used.

Related links:

Kate Kaye bio and work - https://redtailmedia.org/kate/

City Surveillance Watch podcast - https://www.smartcitiesdive.com/news/CSW/593420/

For the meeting link and password, please RSVP via Meetup or send an email to: ta3mevents AT pdxprivacy.org.


By attending this TA3M meeting, you agree to follow our Code of Conduct: https://www.meetup.com/Portlands-Techno-Activism-3rd-Mondays/pages/22681732/Code_of_Conduct/

{short} Code of Conduct Portland's Techno-Activism 3rd Mondays is dedicated to providing an informative and positive experience for everyone who participates in or supports our community, regardless of gender, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, ability, physical appearance, body size, race, ethnicity, age, religion, socioeconomic status, caste, or creed.

Our events are intended to educate and share information related to technology and activism, and anyone who is there for this purpose is welcome. Because we value the safety and security of our members and strive to have an inclusive community, we do not tolerate harassment of members or event participants in any form.

Audio and video recording are not permitted at meetings without prior approval.

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Wednesday
May 19
Application Security -- The Framework, Processes and Tools to Secure Your Apps
Virtual

RSVP: https://www.meetup.com/OWASP-Portland-Chapter/events/277480846/

Excerpt:

Traditionally, breaches that make the news are about stealing data and that data being resold for financial gains. Think Target, Ashley Madison, Marriott and so many more. Recently a spotlight was put on supply chain security via the SolarWinds breach and how that affected many companies. The adversaries were able to inject malicious code into applications that have a lot or rights and are widely deployed in many organizations, small and large alike.

We will discuss the framework, your SDLC (SDL, SSDLC, etc.) – Secure Development Lifecycle – to lay out how you are going to develop and secure your applications. Customers care about this. Once you have your SDLC, you need to define your processes, select your tools, integrate them into your SDLC and finally automate those tools. This is not a short process and often multiple iterations are necessary to get to a good place. The goal of this presentation is to make you aware of a variety of tools that are out there, the various steps along the way of your SDLC you need to take and how to complete each of these steps.

BIO:

Derek Hill has over 25 years of experience in Information Security and Information Technology. He is currently the Director of AppSec engineering at ForgeRock, an Identity and Access management company, based in Vancouver, WA. He is responsible for implementing and improving the company’s product security on a continual basis. He works closely with software engineers and security engineers in multiple countries to ensure the ForgeRock products are developed securely and tested in all phases of the development lifecycle. In addition to his full time job, Derek is also a SANS community instructor teaching Security Leadership and CISSP prep courses.

Prior to his current position, Derek held Information Security, IT management and technical roles at both large and small companies. In each role, he consistently focused on managing high-performing teams, delivering efficient solutions and providing excellent services to a variety of stakeholders, maximizing uptime and security. Derek also has significant experience in cloud technologies, responsible for moving, securing and maintaining them in various cloud environments through their lifecycle.

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Tuesday
May 11
Portland Accessibility and User Experience Meetup (PDX A11Y UX) - Whole-to-Part versus Part-to-Whole: How Sighted and Blind Web Navigation Differs
Online

When loading a web page, a sighted page visitor can take in almost all information at a glance and home in on what they want to explore — a whole-to-part approach. A blind screen reader user, on the other hand, must reverse the process and gather bits of information through page exploration to create the full picture — a part-to-whole approach. If sighted design stakeholders are not mindful of the differences in these strategies, they may disregard helpful bits of information that allow the most efficient exploration and understanding for blind visitors. Using parallels from pedestrian navigation such as the importance of “landmarks” and “boundaries,” our presenter Dr. Michele A. Williams will help create common ground between sighted and blind communities to ensure blind screen reader users are best accommodated in Web and other digital design.

Event begins at 6:00pm; join early starting at 5:45pm for networking.

Agenda:

  • 5:45–6:00pm Networking
  • 6:00–6:15pm Introductions & announcements
  • 6:15–7:00pm Presentation
  • 7:00–7:30pm Q&A and discussion
  • 7:30–7:45pm Wrap up

About the presenter:

Dr. Michele A. Williams has 15 years of academic and industrial experience in UX, accessibility, and technology. She is passionate about ensuring people with disabilities are not excluded from technology. Her well-rounded experience includes training, design consultation, field research with people with disabilities, and code remediation for building WCAG-compliant technology.

Dr. Williams holds a B.S. in Computer Science, Masters of Software Engineering with a concentration in Human-Computer Interaction, and PhD in Human-Centered Computing with a focus on accessibility. Along with industry project contributions, her research and designs have resulted in several cited publications, international presentations, and a patent application (see LinkedIn for more details).

Coupling her passion with her expertise, she now offers consulting services including accessibility training for UX professionals and key stakeholders, and project advising including research facilitation and design consultation. Contact her for a consultation experience tailored to your needs. More about Dr. Williams' work on her website or follow her on Twitter.

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Saturday
Nov 15, 2008
Calagator code sprint
CubeSpace [ *sniff* out of business 12 June 2009]

Calagator is an all-volunteer, open-source project to develop a calendar aggregation system for the Portland technical community. We're making lots of progress, so please join us in the effort. For further details about the project, see calagator.org

We have a full-day code sprint on Saturday at CubeSpace starting at 10am and ending around 6pm. You don't have to be there for the full day, join us for however much time you'd like to contribute.

Everyone is welcome to participate, even those that haven't been at a code sprint before. These events are great for learning more about Ruby and Rails, agile programming, and finding ways to work better with other technical people in a friendly environment while making a genuine contribution to a community project.

Join us!

-igal

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Saturday
Oct 11, 2008
Calagator Code Sprint
CubeSpace [ *sniff* out of business 12 June 2009]

Join us to work on adding features and improving Calagator!

We have a full-day code sprint on Saturday at CubeSpace starting at 10am and ending around 6pm. You don't have to be there for the full day, join us for however much time you'd like to contribute.

Some possible tasks for the sprint include adding data versioning and rollback, improving Google Calendar compatibility, and reviewing whether we'd like to include basic reservation support as seen on this demo site: http://calagator-with-reservations.demo.pragmaticraft.com:81/events/1250455702

Everyone is welcome to participate, even those that haven't been at a code sprint before. These events are great for learning more about Ruby and Rails, agile programming, and finding ways to work better with other technical people in a friendly environment while making a genuine contribution to a community project.

Join us!

-igal

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Thursday
Dec 4, 2008
Calagator CodeSprint
CubeSpace [ *sniff* out of business 12 June 2009]

Join us to work on adding features and improving Calagator!

Everyone is welcome to participate, even those that haven't been at a code sprint before. These events are great for learning more about Ruby and Rails, agile programming, and finding ways to work better with other technical people in a friendly environment while making a genuine contribution to a community project.

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Saturday
May 8, 2010
Calagator Code Sprint
NedSpace Old Town

Come help make Calagator better! Everyone is welcome to attend and help, whether you're a programmer, designer, documentation writer, or even an enthusiastic user.

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Saturday
Dec 12, 2009
Calagator code sprint
NedSpace Old Town

Help us improve Calagator -- join us for a code sprint.

Everyone is welcome to participate, even those that haven't been at a code sprint before. These events are great for learning more about creating software, agile development, Ruby and Rails, and finding ways to work better with others in a friendly environment, all while making a genuine contribution to an open source community project. We'll work iteratively throughout the day, so you can still help out even if you go to just part of the event.

See you there!

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Saturday
Jan 24, 2009
Calagator code sprint
CubeSpace [ *sniff* out of business 12 June 2009]

Come join us to work on improving Calagator in recognition of its 1 year birthday. We'll have a birthday party afterward.

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Saturday
Jan 3, 2015
Calagator Code Sprint
Epicodus

Come hack on Calagator, the open source calendar aggregator.

We'll be digging in to open issues, working on some refactoring tasks, and getting new folks acquainted with the code base.

Catch up on the current status with these notes from the Calagator project wiki (https://github.com/calagator/calagator/wiki/Code-Sprint-Notes-and-Status-Reports), or check out our open issues (https://github.com/calagator/calagator/issues) to find something you'd like to work on!

Calagator is a Ruby/Rails web app.

Saturday
Dec 6, 2014
Calagator Code Sprint
Epicodus

Come hack on Calagator, the open source calendar aggregator.

We'll be digging in to open issues, working on some refactoring tasks, and getting new folks acquainted with the code base.

Catch up on the current status with these notes from Open Source Bridge: http://opensourcebridge.org/wiki/2014/Calagator

Also check out the current issues in our tracker: https://github.com/calagator/calagator/issues

Calagator is a Ruby/Rails web app.

(What we ended up doing.)

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Saturday
Nov 8, 2014
Calagator Code Sprint
Epicodus

Come hack on Calagator, the open source calendar aggregator.

We'll be digging in to open issues, working on some refactoring tasks, and getting new folks acquainted with the code base.

Catch up on the current status with these notes from Open Source Bridge: http://opensourcebridge.org/wiki/2014/Calagator

Also check out the current issues in our tracker: https://github.com/calagator/calagator/issues

Calagator is a Ruby/Rails web app.

Saturday
Oct 18, 2014
Calagator Code Sprint
Epicodus

Come hack on Calagator, the open source calendar aggregator.

We'll be digging in to open issues, working on some refactoring tasks, and getting new folks acquainted with the code base.

Catch up on the current status with these notes from Open Source Bridge: http://opensourcebridge.org/wiki/2014/Calagator

Also check out the current issues in our tracker: https://github.com/calagator/calagator/issues

Calagator is a Ruby/Rails web app.

Saturday
Aug 23, 2014
Calagator Code Sprint
Elemental Technologies

Come hack on Calagator, the open source calendar aggregator.

We'll be digging in to open issues, working on some refactoring tasks, and getting new folks acquainted with the code base.

Catch up on the current status with these notes from Open Source Bridge: http://opensourcebridge.org/wiki/2014/Calagator

Also check out the current issues in our tracker: https://github.com/calagator/calagator/issues

Calagator is a Ruby/Rails web app.

Sunday
Aug 10, 2014
Calagator Code Sprint
New Relic

Come hack on Calagator, the open source calendar aggregator.

We'll be digging in to open issues, working on some refactoring tasks, and getting new folks acquainted with the code base.

Catch up on the current status with these notes from Open Source Bridge: http://opensourcebridge.org/wiki/2014/Calagator

Also check out the current issues in our tracker: https://github.com/calagator/calagator/issues

Calagator is a Ruby/Rails web app.

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Saturday
Jul 26, 2014
Calagator Code Sprint
Portland Code School

Come hack on Calagator, the open source calendar aggregator.

We'll be digging in to open issues, working on some refactoring tasks, and getting new folks acquainted with the code base.

Catch up on the current status with these notes from Open Source Bridge: http://opensourcebridge.org/wiki/2014/Calagator

Calagator is a Ruby/Rails web app, distributed as a Rails engine.

Live Etherpad notes for the event: https://etherpad.mozilla.org/calagator-work-session

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Saturday
Oct 25, 2008
Calagator Code Sprint
CubeSpace [ *sniff* out of business 12 June 2009]

Join us to work on adding features and improving Calagator!

We have a full-day code sprint on Saturday at CubeSpace starting at 10am and ending around 6pm. You don't have to be there for the full day, join us for however much time you'd like to contribute.

Some possible tasks for the sprint include adding creation and editing of recurring events, improving Google Calendar compatibility, and other bug fixes and improvements.

Everyone is welcome to participate, even those that haven't been at a code sprint before. These events are great for learning more about Ruby and Rails, agile programming, and finding ways to work better with other technical people in a friendly environment while making a genuine contribution to a community project.

Saturday
Jul 12, 2008
Calagator code sprint
CubeSpace [ *sniff* out of business 12 June 2009]

Calagator is an all-volunteer, open-source project to develop a calendar aggregation system for the Portland technical community. We’re making lots of progress, so please join us in the effort. For further details about the project, see calagator.org

We have a full-day code sprint on Saturday at CubeSpace starting at 10am and ending around 6pm—although you can come later in the day and don’t have to stay the entire time.

Everyone is welcome to participate, even if you haven’t attended a code sprint before. Experience with Ruby on Rails and agile development is helpful, but you’re welcome to come even if you’re new to these because this is a great way to learn.

Join us!

-igal

Saturday
Jun 7, 2008
Calagator code sprint
CubeSpace, CubeSpace, 622 SE Grand, Portland, OR

Calagator is an all-volunteer, open-source project to develop a calendar aggregation system for the Portland technical community. We're making lots of progress, so please join us in the effort. For further details about the project, see calagator.org

We have a short code sprint on Wednesday lunch at Backspace, and a full-day code sprint this Saturday at CubeSpace starting at 10am (although you can come later in the day).

Everyone is welcome to participate, even if you haven't attended a code sprint before. Experience with Ruby on Rails and agile development is helpful, but you're welcome to come even if you're new to these because this is a great way to learn.

Join us!

-igal

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Saturday
May 24, 2008
Calagator: Code Sprint
CubeSpace [ *sniff* out of business 12 June 2009]

We'll be having another code sprint this Saturday at CubeSpace,
starting at 10AM. Now that we've started regularly re-importing
feeds, we have more to do to handle duplicates and get the import/ export process running as efficiently as possible. There's also
writing up a "Guide to Calagator" as Igal discussed, to help us get
more groups sending data, and identifying any additional sources we
can import at this time.

...

I'd heartily invite non-programmers and those that haven't gone to many code sprints to join us for this session. You can really help us out even if you join us for part of the day.

Calagator is now ready enough that we can recommend it to many additional local groups. We need to discuss how to best approach, assist and involve them.

A "Guide to Calagator" article will help us explain to community leaders what Calagator is about, how it can help them, and how they can use it. It'll need to be written in plain, clear English with minimum jargon or fuss. We'll need writers.

But don't worry, there will be plenty of programming too. ;)

See you there.

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Saturday
May 10, 2008
Calagator Code Sprint
CubeSpace [ *sniff* out of business 12 June 2009]

Our bi-weekly code sprint to work on making Calagator even more awesome.

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Saturday
Apr 12, 2008
Calagator Code Sprint
CubeSpace [ *sniff* out of business 12 June 2009]

Once again we'll meet to work on making Calagator the best calendar aggregator ever.

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Saturday
Mar 1, 2008
Calagator Code Sprint
CubeSpace [ *sniff* out of business 12 June 2009]

Come help build the Calagator!

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Saturday
Dec 20, 2008
Calagator mini code sprint
Urban Grind Coffee House

NOTICE: Unlike usual sprints, this would be at noon, not 10m, and at UGNW, not CubeSpace.

I'd like to have a mini code sprint this weekend. Everyone is welcome, no programming experience required, although it'd be useful.

UGNW is near the Streetcar, so getting there even in bad weather should work okay.

We can talk about what we want to do with recurring events, the with_my_events branch, supporting multiple regions, supporting multiple instances, and supporting categories. We may even get some coding done too. :)

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Saturday
Feb 21, 2009
Calagator code sprint at RecentChangesCamp (RCC)
University Place Hotel

Join us to improve Calagator at RecentChangesCamp. We've got new patches to review and extend, e.g., theming, logins, letting users say "I'm going" to an event, and much more.

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Saturday
Oct 4, 2008
Reservation System Code Sprint
CubeSpace [ *sniff* out of business 12 June 2009]

Starting at the Calagator Documentation Sprint, we will plan out how to build a separate reservation system for Calagator. This will be an entirely new-code project to build a system to maintain reservations for calagator events. Discussion to be had as to whether to store data in calagator and use this as a frontend, store data in the new reservation system and provide an API for Calagator to use to save reservations, or something completely different.

This will probably be written in Python+Django.

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Wednesday
Jun 18, 2008
Calagator mini code sprint
Backspace

Calagator is an all-volunteer, open-source project to develop a calendar aggregation system for the Portland technical community. For further details about the project, see calagator.org

The Calagator team has made excellent headway since we've started this project a few months ago. I'm pleased to announce our preliminary roadmap to version 1.0: http://code.google.com/p/calagator/wiki/Roadmap

If you're a designer, writer, or programmer, we could use your help in designing new UIs, writing documentation, and adding interesting features.

We have two code sprints coming up: 1. Wednesday 6/18 at Backspace, from noon until it's time to leave for Ignite Portland. 2. Saturday 6/21 at CubeSpace, from 10am until 6pm, although we often end up moving to the Side Door and staying later.

You do not need to stay for the entire code sprint -- stay as long as you'd like. Everyone is welcome to participate, even if you haven't attended a code sprint before. If you want to help with programming, experience with Ruby on Rails and agile development is helpful, but you're welcome to come even if you're new to these because this is a great way to learn.

Join us!

-igal

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Saturday
Sep 20, 2008
Calagator Documentation Sprint
CubeSpace [ *sniff* out of business 12 June 2009]

Join us to to work on the Calagator User Guide. This is a great chance to learn more about the project and help out with an important task. Previous code sprint participants and newcomers are all welcome to contribute.

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Saturday
Oct 30, 2010
Calagator Code Sprint - Halloween Edition
NedSpace Old Town

Come make Calagator more awesomer.

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Saturday
Jul 19, 2008
Calagator full-day code sprint
CubeSpace [ *sniff* out of business 12 June 2009]

Work on Calagator.org

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Thursday
Jul 3, 2008
Calagator Mid-Week Code Sprint
Urban Grind Coffee House

I've heard some interest in holding a mid-week code sprint next week, and also some interest in more evening meetings. So, next Thursday, in the evening, we're sprinting away. We can fix bugs and maybe add tagging. Good times will be had by all.

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Saturday
Jun 21, 2008
Calagator full-day code sprint
CubeSpace [ *sniff* out of business 12 June 2009]

Calagator is an all-volunteer, open-source project to develop a calendar aggregation system for the Portland technical community. For further details about the project, see calagator.org

The Calagator team has made excellent headway since we've started this project a few months ago. I'm pleased to announce our preliminary roadmap to version 1.0: http://code.google.com/p/calagator/wiki/Roadmap

If you're a designer, writer, or programmer, we could use your help in designing new UIs, writing documentation, and adding interesting features.

We have two code sprints coming up: 1. Wednesday 6/18 at Backspace, from noon until it's time to leave for Ignite Portland. 2. Saturday 6/21 at CubeSpace, from 10am until 6pm, although we often end up moving to the Side Door and staying later.

You do not need to stay for the entire code sprint -- stay as long as you'd like. Everyone is welcome to participate, even if you haven't attended a code sprint before. If you want to help with programming, experience with Ruby on Rails and agile development is helpful, but you're welcome to come even if you're new to these because this is a great way to learn.

Join us!

-igal

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Calagator full-day code sprint
CubeSpace [ *sniff* out of business 12 June 2009]

Calagator is an all-volunteer, open-source project to develop a calendar aggregation system for the Portland technical community. For further details about the project, see calagator.org

The Calagator team has made excellent headway since we've started this project a few months ago. I'm pleased to announce our preliminary roadmap to version 1.0: http://code.google.com/p/calagator/wiki/Roadmap

If you're a designer, writer, or programmer, we could use your help in designing new UIs, writing documentation, and adding interesting features.

We have two code sprints coming up: 1. Wednesday 6/18 at Backspace, from noon until it's time to leave for Ignite Portland. 2. Saturday 6/21 at CubeSpace, from 10am until 6pm, although we often end up moving to the Side Door and staying later.

You do not need to stay for the entire code sprint -- stay as long as you'd like. Everyone is welcome to participate, even if you haven't attended a code sprint before. If you want to help with programming, experience with Ruby on Rails and agile development is helpful, but you're welcome to come even if you're new to these because this is a great way to learn.

Join us!

-igal

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