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Dec 17, 2010
Portland iPhone Boot Camp - Three Day Intensive Workshop

$999 signup 3 days before event, $1,499 Standard, $899 student. Signup at:

iPhone/iPad Application Development Training:

This event is hosted in cities around the world, and is coming to Portland for the first time.

The iPhone Boot Camp is not just another iPhone development workshop. Aside from arguably providing the best training with the best instructors/developers we’re an iPhone development company ourselves with a network of developers and an active alumni association.

The workshop is at the coworking and conference room space in Old Town.

souk will be choosing one person to participate in the workshop for free: email [email protected] if you are interested with a few words about yourself, links to your work, and why you're interested.

Oct 13, 2012
Windows 8 Code with the Experts (XAML/C#)
Ambridge Event Center


Come join our panel of XAML/C# experts as you code your Windows 8 app and get it ready for the Windows Store. The Panel can answer questions and help with your specific scenarios. Learn from your peers and from the local Windows 8 experts near you.

Check out some of the Microsoft and community experts that will be on hand to help and answer your questions.

Meet the XAML/C# experts:

Rich Claussen Lead Software Engineer, Welch Allyn President, Portland Area .NET Users Group

Chris Sells VP of the Developer Tools Division, Telerik

Stuart Celarier Principal Consultant, Neudesic Microsoft Regional Director Microsoft MVP

Kelly White President, Silvertail Software

Windows 8 Code with the Experts
Ambridge Event Center

Come join our panel of XAML/C# experts as you code your Windows 8 app and get it ready for the Windows Store. The Panel can answer questions and help with your specific scenarios. Learn from your peers and from the local Windows 8 experts near you.

Check out some of the Microsoft and community experts that will be on hand to help and answer your questions

Meet the XAML/C# experts:

Rich Claussen Lead Software Engineer Welch Allyn Portland Area .NET UG

Chris Sells VP of the Developer Tools Division Telerik

Stuart Celarier Principal Consultant, Neudesic Microsoft Regional Director, Microsoft MVP

Kelly White Kelly White President Silvertail Software

Nov 7, 2011
Keeping It Realtime Conference
through DoubleTree Hotel & Executive Meeting Center Portland - Lloyd Center

Two days of talks, demos & discussions around the methods, technology & challenges of creating the realtime web. First-class speakers, killer projects, and three nights of amazing events.

Oct 23, 2014
Portland App Strategy Workshop: Optimization
eBay Community Lounge

Building a great app is difficult, but turning it into a profitable business can be even more of a challenge. Join the Application Developers Alliance and industry experts to explore strategies to turn your app into a profitable business. Attend a workshop and learn how to:

Get your app discovered, climb rankings, and gain users

Choose monetization partners, drive revenue, retain and engage users

Optimize performance, fix bugs, and test cross-platform

FREE with code: Calagator

Mar 31, 2016
March Camp Optimization Meet-Up
Ecliptic Brewing

Camp Optimization's mission is simple: provide a casual, fun and informative forum for digital marketers and technologists to share optimization best-practices, challenges and wins.

This month’s discussion topic: The Power of Unified Customer Data & Segment Marketing. Camp Optimization welcomes Craig Schinn, Senior Director of Solutions Consulting at Lytics. With a strong analytics background, and over 15 years e-commerce and digital marketing experience, Craig knows how to turn customer data into dollars. Join us this month as we discuss the power of customer journey mapping, and hear first hand what it takes to create more effective personalized experiences across email, web, and mobile.

Lytics is a Portland-based, easy-to-use customer data platform that creates insightful user profiles for powering personalized marketing. Check them out here

We'll be meeting at Ecliptic Brewing for some beer and casual networking. First round is on us! Make sure to spread the word and don't forget to RSVP. We hope to see you there!

Jun 30, 2015
My Favorite App - presented by the Oregon Computer Consultants Assn.
Max's Fanno Creek Brew Pub

OCCA Meetings are free and open to the public though food and beverages orders help keep the restaurant owners happy.

Agenda: 6:00--6:20 Networking 6:20--7:00 No-host dinner 7:00--7:30 Introductions and announcements 7:30--8:30 Main Presentation (followed by Q&A):

Title: My Favorite App - an Open Discussion

Come ready to share your favorite app (or two). We want everyone to contribute. Just tell us in 3 or 4 minutes what app you use a lot and think is wonderful. Any operating system. Any app type. We'll have a projector and attempt to get to a descriptive web page for each app. The goal is to present 15 to 20 different apps to give everyone an idea for software that could be useful for them and also for their clients.

Dec 8, 2014
Swift + iOS 8 Developer Training
McMenamins Edgefield

Registration is now closed.

Totem is returning to Portland for a 5-day Swift and iOS 8 developer bootcamp. Join us Dec 8th - Dec 12th for intense, hands-on, instructor led training. We are hosting the event at the famous McMenamins Edgefield resort, less than 20 minutes from downtown Portland.

For registration information and the syllabus, check out

Jan 21, 2014
Hacks/Hackers PDX January Meetup

Yes, Hacks/Hackers PDX is still alive! We have two co-organizers, M. Edward (@znmeb) Borasky and Melissa (@capnleela) Chavez.

For January we’re having a 2014 kickoff round table with lightning talks. We want to hear what journalists and developers are working on and where more collaboration is needed.

Nov 2, 2018
CyborgCamp 2018 at PNCA
through Pacific Northwest College of Art (PNCA)

CyborgCamps are small, in-depth unconferences about the future of the relationship between humans and technology. Attendees discuss a variety of topics such as the futures of identity, privacy, surveillance, hardware to wetware, drones, 3D printing, cyberpunk, human augmentation, constructed reality, the second self, ethics, robot rights, sexuality, urban design, and anthropology. Topics are discussed the morning of the conference and scheduled into the conference grid by attendees themselves, making it a DIY conference experience.

In addition to the above topics, the following has been discussed at CyborgCamps around the world: cyborgs, wearables, prosthetics, sensors, control systems, assistive tech, transcendence, transhumanism, technological singularity, artificial intelligence, intelligence amplification, utopia / distopia / weird topia, identity, quantified self, exocortex, ubicomp, robots, sensory augmentation, steam punk, philosophy, ethics, intelligence, the borg, hackerspaces, telepresence, science fiction, DIY, cryonics, cybernetics, open source, nanotech, augmented reality, brain-computer interface, artificial life, functional electrical stimulation, and neural science. Each CyborgCamp has its own mix of topics created by what the attendees want to discuss. All CyborgCamps follow a Code of Conduct.

May 12, 2011
52 Mobile Apps Kickoff
PIE: Portland Incubator Experiment

52 Mobile Apps is a year-long, week-by-week mobile app marathon which will take place throughout 2012.

This presentation will give an overview of our dream for the project, address questions and concerns for something so ambitious, and call for for your help with the project.

And how can you help with this project? There are about four things we need:

  1. Participants! Always wanted to work on an app, but you've been waiting for someone to impose a deadline? Now's your chance!

  2. Committee members and web presence types! We're a handful of people right now, and our website isn't even ready. We need people to help get the word out, vote on app proposals and keep others interested from now through December 2012.

  3. Article writers! Are you knowledgeable in mobile strategy, mobile culture, interaction design, prototyping, Java, Javascript, Objective C, XCode, PhoneGap, Titanium, or have any experience at all in the mobile development process? We definitely want to talk to you.

  4. Sponsorship! 52 Mobile Apps is going to be a giant, giant project, and we'd love to have a little backing, in any form. Let's talk about how you can help us help you help us.

Apr 9, 2015
Esri GeoDev Meetup & HackerLab
Portland City Grill

Come join us for an Esri GeoDev Meetup at Portland City Grill. In addition to our regularly scheduled technosocial for geospatial developers, we have also included HackerLab, a four-hour, hand-on guided tutorial for developers using ArcGIS Online and building Web apps.

Feb 19, 2012
Instructional Technology Strategies Conference
through Sheraton Portland Airport

OETC would like to invite you to attend our annual Instructional Technology Strategies Conference.

The Instructional Technology Strategies Conference is an opportunity for educators to think, explore, and develop strategies to enhance student achievement through the effective use of technology.

The subject is technology in the classroom, but the focus is on you. ITSC is specifically designed to be an active learning conference. Participants come away from ITSC not with a high level overview, but specific strategies and increased opportunities for education-related connections. Whether you are a teacher looking to improve K-20 classroom instruction or an administrator looking to support technology in your school or district, you will come away from ITSC with solutions that can be implemented right away.

Balancing tradition with 21st century innovation. We held on to the values that past attendees covet (active learning time in three-hour workshops, 90-minute sessions, two thought provoking keynotes, two vendor expert sessions, four quality meals and exhibit halls) and at the same time have added innovative opportunities (Unconference, Soiree of Slides, Schedule App that publishes in all platforms at once) to play and/or dive deep into the education questions that consume us.

If you want to learn, question, create, and engage in meaningful, authentic professional development then our conference is the right opportunity for you!

Please join us by registering at

Feb 23, 2012
Spotsi Launch Party
The Cleaners at the Ace Hotel

Award-winning, Portland city guide startup Spotsi hosts an open-to-all getdown at the Cleaners for the launch of their new web site.

Spotsi is a web and mobile platform that allows people to share the stories that endear them to their own stomping grounds or unlock the secrets of a newly discovered city, with tailored guides like a punk rock tour of New York City or Pink Martini's guide to Downtown Portland.

This party is free and open to all ages. Add it to your calendar on Facebook.

Sep 12, 2013
Application Security using OWASP
Thetus Corporation


Application security is a moving target, but the Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP) is here in Portland to help you write and deploy applications securely. Speakers James Bohem and Tim Morgan will walk you through all of the free resources made available by OWASP to developers, application architects, and information security professionals.

As an example of how OWASP can help, we'll present some of the finer points of secure web session management, covering the variety of attacks on SSL-protected web traffic if sites are not configured properly. We'll touch on cookies, state management, SSL and some common problems and solutions.

Q&A will follow. Pizza and beverages will be served.


James Bohem manages the security program at WebMD Health Services, which includes a large web-based application with millions of users, as well as other security technologies and risk management for a 400+ person division of WebMD in Portland. James has 15 years in security consulting with a focus on application security, design and technical compliance with a range of regulations and standards. In addition, he has experience developing large distributed applications, microkernels, the UNIX kernel, and international software systems for open systems.

Tim Morgan has been taking deep technical dives in security for over a decade as an application security specialist and vulnerability researcher. Tim resides in Oregon and works as VSR where he helps to secure his customers' environments through penetration testing, training and forensic investigations. Tim also develops and maintains several open source digital forensics tools, including Bletchley, an application cryptanalysis toolkit.

Mar 22, 2012
New Tech Society - March Happy Hour
Thirsty Lion

The New Tech Society was founded to bring together a diverse group of individuals; technologists from a variety of disciplines and industries within the Portland community. We meet one night each month to make new connections, exchange ideas and enjoy each other's company.

(RSVP here:

If you have a need--be it solving a technical problem, finding a new job, hiring a new employee, promoting a product, service or event, or just making new friends, please join us.

This month, we will be compiling a "haves and wants" matrix, so we can help make meaningful introductions at our event. Feel free to email us about what you have to offer or need to find so we can add it to our list. We'll release it to the group before the happy hour.

Please bring your friends. The vibe is low-key, casual and fun; be yourself. It is our tradition to offer a free drink to the first 10 people to arrive.


See you there! -The NTS Crew

May 5, 2018
Want to Learn Guitar and Synthesize it?
TVF&R Station 67

I'll show you tips and tricks for learning the guitar, how to record your music, and synthesize it with music apps.

Do you want to learn and share your passion in a supportive community? Free Knowledge Mission is an ethos of sharing, creativity, and inspiration.

Our Meetup provides an opportunity to "Show and Tell" followed by a feedback and Q&A. You'll have the opportunity to share with our channels such as Meetup, GitHub, YouTube, and Facebook to connect with more passionate people.

The second half of our session we'll collaborate on new topics. The winner wins an award for the most interesting topic and the opportunity to share in an upcoming session.

Join our Google Hangouts at

Join us at TVF&R Station 67 in Beaverton every Saturday at 11 AM for Music/Art and 1 PM for Science/Tech.