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Tuesday
Jul 30, 2013
CryptoParty PDX
Theo's Restaurant

CryptoParty is a grassroots global endeavour to introduce the basics of practical cryptography such as the Tor anonymity network, key signing parties, TrueCrypt, Linux, and virtual private networks to the general public.

This is a free skill-sharing event with other Cryptography and Privacy technology experts, working along side and sharing information with people new to Crypto and Privacy.

Everyone is welcome regardless of experience, bring a Laptop if you have one, if not, bring a USB thumbdrive, a pen and a pad of paper.

If you want to learn about how to encrypt your files and communicate securely, this is the event to come to!

Look for the people with laptops.

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CryptoParty PDX
Theo's Restaurant

CryptoParty is a grassroots global endeavour to introduce the basics of practical cryptography such as the Tor anonymity network, key signing parties, TrueCrypt, Linux, and virtual private networks to the general public.

This is a free skill-sharing event with other Cryptography and Privacy technology experts, working along side and sharing information with people new to Crypto and Privacy.

Everyone is welcome regardless of experience, bring a Laptop if you have one, if not, bring a USB thumbdrive, a pen and a pad of paper.

If you want to learn about how to encrypt your files and communicate securely, this is the event to come to!

Look for the people with laptops.

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Sunday
Aug 18, 2013
CryptoParty PDX
Lucky Labrador Brew Pub

CryptoParty is a grassroots global endeavour to introduce the basics of practical cryptography such as the Tor anonymity network, key signing parties, TrueCrypt, Linux, and virtual private networks to the general public.

This is a free skill-sharing event with other Cryptography and Privacy technology experts, working along side and sharing information with people new to Crypto and Privacy.

Everyone is welcome regardless of experience, bring a Laptop if you have one, if not, bring a USB thumbdrive, a pen and a pad of paper.

If you want to learn about how to encrypt your files and communicate securely, this is the event to come to!

Look for the people with laptops.

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Saturday
Jun 7, 2014
CryptoParty
Free Geek

CryptoParties are informal gatherings where peers share knowledge about how to stay safe in a surveilled world. Bring your laptop and/or a USB thumb drive so that you can setup a selection of trusted free and open source software privacy applications.

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Saturday
Jul 5, 2014
CryptoParty
Free Geek

A CryptoParty is free, public and fun. People bring their computers, mobile devices, and a willingness to learn! CryptoParty is a decentralized, global initiative to introduce the most basic cryptography software and the fundamental concepts of their operation to the general public, such as the Tor anonymity network, public key encryption (PGP/GPG), and OTR (Off The Record messaging).

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Saturday
Aug 2, 2014
CryptoParty
Free Geek

A decentralized, global initiative to introduce the most basic cryptography software and the fundamental concepts of their operation to the general public, such as the Tor anonymity network, public key encryption (PGP/GPG), and OTR (Off The Record messaging).

CryptoParties are free to attend, public, and commercially and politically non-aligned.

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Saturday
Sep 6, 2014
CryptoParty
Free Geek

CryptoParty is a grassroots global endeavour to introduce the basics of practical cryptography such as the Tor anonymity network, key signing parties, TrueCrypt, Linux, and virtual private networks to the general public.

This is a free skill-sharing event with other Cryptography and Privacy technology experts, working along side and sharing information with people new to Crypto and Privacy.

Everyone is welcome regardless of experience, bring a Laptop if you have one, if not, bring a USB thumbdrive, a pen and a pad of paper.

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Monday
May 4, 2015
The History of Cryptography
Taborspace

The History of Cryptography at Portland Underground Grad School

With the rise of privacy concerns in digital spaces, encryption technology has become an increasingly important modern topic. But the practice of secure communications, and the practice of breaking it, have been around for centuries. Come examine the origins of cryptography, from Caesar ciphers to modern day techniques and even learn some basic crypto methods that can be done by hand.

This is a four week class and requires reservations. See the website!

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Tuesday
Oct 9, 2018
FinTech Product Innovation and the Intersection with Blockchain by Sila - Simple, accessible developer tools for creators
Vacasa

Join us for a lively panel discussion and Q+A about FinTech Product Innovation and its intersection with Blockchain. We've gathered a panel of brilliant FinTech product experts to share their perspectives on what's driving innovation today, how blockchain impacts FinTech product development, and why Portland is uniquely positioned to be at the forefront of innovation.

Our panel guests will be: Shamir Karkal, founder and CEO of Sila and cofounder of Simple Bank; Christian Maynard-Philipp, COO of Third Party Technologies; and more to be announced shortly.

Our panel will be moderated by product expert, co-founder of The Development Factory and host of the famous podcast 100 Product Managers, Suzanne Abate.

AGENDA: 5:30 Networking, happy hour, drinks and appetizers 6:00 Brief introduction from our hosts, Sila 6:20 Panel Discussion 7:00 Q+A

Learn more about our moderator and panel: Moderator: Suzanne Abate is co-founder of The Development Factory and host of the famous 100 Product Managers Podcast. She is a product management expert, having taught numerous courses for General Assembly and coached enterprise organizations including AT&T, Target, Marriot, and Blue Shield. She has also helped dozens of startups launch and scale their ideas in market.

Panelists:

Shamir Karkal is co-founder and CEO of Sila, a simple, secure, and accessible suite of developer tools for building financial applications. At the heart of Sila is a new regulatory-compliant ERC-20 token which is pegged to the US dollar via a centralized 100% reserve held in US Treasuries. The Sila token will be used as the base for an API platform that will offer developers APIs such as ID Verification, Account Linking, ACH and Card in/out, and token transfers. Shamir has a unique take on FinTech product development, as he is a software engineer turned finance and banking expert who co-founded Simple and headed the Open Platform at BBVA.

Christian Maynard-Philipp Christian is the CCO and COO of Third Party Technologies, a FinTech that provides brokerage API services to digital Registered Investment Advisors (RIAs), software, and trust companies. Prior to Third Party, Christian worked for Acorns, after Portland-based Vault Investments, a retirement-savings app, was acquired last year. Christian has also worked to innovate financial policy both locally and nationally and co-led the rollout of the U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Financial Empowerment Innovation Fund. Christian is an honors graduate of George Mason University’s Master of Public Policy program and holds several financial licenses.

Benjamin Diggles is VP of Business Development at Constellation Labs, an unbounded Blockchain with microservices that are scalable and fault resistant with fast transactions.

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Saturday
Nov 17, 2018
Annual Event Hosted by Oregon Blockchain: Outside the Block
Benson Hotel

This is Oregon Blockchain’s inaugural conference. It will be hosted in Portland, Oregon and aims to bring a wide range of unique industry perspectives together with students in a dynamic event, highlighting the future of the budding blockchain ecosystem in the Pacific Northwest. We will be hosting speakers from Intel, Microsoft, Public Market, and inviting students from the University of Washington, Arizona State University, Portland State University, Oregon State University, and UC Berkeley. This will be a great opportunity for everyone, from businesses wondering how blockchain applies to them to students looking for career opportunities, to learn about the ecosystem from the corporate drivers, lean disruptors, and student innovators. It will be a great event, and we hope to see you all there!

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Monday
Apr 8
Portland Decred Meetup - GoLang Open Source Project
Dicks Primal Burger

Decred Meetup - tonight! Join us for knowledgeable and lively conversation. Presentation: Decred - Tools, Use and Contribution 6:30pm at Dick’s Primal Burger (4905 SE Woodstock) Please RSVP over Meetup so we can coordinate food and drink. Hope to see you there! http://meetu.ps/e/GyPqd/GTgHx/f

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Monday
May 13
Portland Decred Meetup - GoLang Open Source Project (opportunities for JavaScript via TrueScript and C as well)
Dicks Primal Burger

We meet second Mondays to discuss the first truly decentralized open source crypto project - Decred. Bringing empowerment to the community who take part in the Decred ecosystem. New contributors welcome.

A special primer from 6:15 - 6:30 PM for those interested in a short discourse on the foundations of blockchain, bitcoin and decred technology.

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Thursday
May 23
Command Line: Text Processing
Free Geek

This class shows understanding of how text content are handled within the input/output as well as files.

Goal of class: Know in high-level view how input/output are handled

Redirect input/output to a file instead of the standard Redirect input/output in shell from one program to another Understand the grep, sed and awk commands to search and replace file contents Understand the basic of regex and its relevance Understand the basic of cryptography and its relevance

Recommended Prerequisites: Command Line Basics, Command Line File Management

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Thursday
Oct 24
Command Line: Text Processing
Free Geek

This class shows understanding of how text content are handled within the input/output as well as files.

Goal of class: Know in high-level view how input/output are handled

Redirect input/output to a file instead of the standard Redirect input/output in shell from one program to another Understand the grep, sed and awk commands to search and replace file contents Understand the basic of regex and its relevance Understand the basic of cryptography and its relevance

Recommended Prerequisites: Command Line Basics, Command Line File Management

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