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Tuesday
Feb 15, 2011
PLUG Advanced Topics: BSD
Free Geek

February PLUG Advanced Topics

BSD (Berkley Software Distribution): Enterprise Open Source From Day One

W&W: Tuesday, February 15th, 7PM at Free Geek, 1731 SE 10th Ave

Synopsis:

You use BSD software every day.

Virtually every packet you send travels through BSD-based routers.

BSD gave us the Internet, which gave us Linux and the FLOSS revolution.

The iPhone contains BSD software. OpenSSH is a BSD project.

Michael Dexter of BSD Fund will give a tour of how BSD is being used and discuss why it happily lurks in the shadows of open source. BSD myths will be addressed along with an open discussion of what the audience is doing with BSD.

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Wednesday
Feb 8, 2012
SIM Monthly Meeting
Embassy Suites Portland--Downtown

Presentation by Robert Strictland of Stickland Consulting LLC., on the realities of Mobility and its use as the optimal distribution endpoint for Big Data.

Explore why mobility solutions are challenged by interrelated decisions that cross applications development, infrastructure, security, and risk management. Gain a perspective on why mobility is an Enterprise issue and as IT leaders we need to focus on creating blueprints, business driven policies, and BYOD programs that help build high value mobile Enterprises.

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Friday
Dec 6, 2013
Oregon Enterprise Architects Innovation Exchange Breakfast
Cambia Health Solutions

Are you working on a challenging problem?
Could you benefit from the experience or insight of your peers in other organizations?
Do you have something you’d like to discuss or a question you’d like answered?
Would you like to help others meet professional challenges? If so, the Innovation Exchange Breakfast is for you.

After enjoying a hearty breakfast and introducing ourselves, we will follow the Lean Coffee format. We will break into small groups. As a group member, you will propose topics or questions for discussion, and then get to vote for your favorites. Your group will then discuss each of its subjects as time permits, beginning with its most popular selections. You will get fresh perspectives on what concerns you, and you will meet fellow architects with similar interests.

We will be meeting on December 6, 2013 from 8-11 a.m. in the Central Sisters Conference Room at Cambia Health Solutions, 100 SW Market Street, first floor, which is a public area. You will see the conference room on the right after the lobby and elevators. We will have a full breakfast buffet from 8-9 a.m. We will do introductions and announcements from 9-9:30 a.m. and conduct the Lean Coffee discussions from 9:30-10:30 a.m., leaving the final half hour for follow-up conversations.

Who Should Attend? This event is open to all those practicing or seriously interested in Enterprise Architecture, so feel free to forward this invitation.

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Wednesday
Jan 15, 2014
Agile PDX Evening: The Tail that Wags the Dogma
Puppet

It is a common pattern for advocates of any kind (Agile, Quality, Process Improvement methods, Waterfall, etc.) to start off banging a drum with almost religious zealotry. “This is the way to achieve quality products!” “Follow me or be cast aside!” I have certainly done this and many of the change agents and forward thinkers I respect in the industry have struggled with this as well in their careers. However, riding a train of dogmatic viewpoints and practices has, in many cases, ruined the original efforts of change agents and more tragically, created bad patterns of development. This presentation (also presented at the Pacific Northwest Software Quality Conference earlier this year) will explore how we can clarify our intentions and work towards creating an environment where the people involved are empowered to think and experiment but still march in the same general direction. As product development becomes more and more complex, different approaches are needed to get to the right outcome and we can no longer afford to apply rigid methods that worked for a simpler environment. This presentation will help the audience think critically about where they are being too dogmatic in their efforts while introducing some new ways of thinking around complex adaptive systems and complex product development. The full paper written for this conference presentation can be found here: http://www.uploads.pnsqc.org/2013/papers/t-095_Stadick_paper.pdf

Our Speaker: Rhea Stadick is an Organizational Coach at Intel, Corp. She has spent the last eight years in software quality and development of engineering teams. Today she helps organizations across her company develop cultures and competencies to create thriving work environments that support excellence in product development. She received her B.S. in Computer Science from Oregon State University and M.B.A. from Willamette University. For the past several years she has organized the Rose City Software Process Improvement Network (SPIN) in the Portland-metro area that gathers professionals in the area to learn and network.

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Sunday
Sep 8, 2019
Enterprise Blockchain Camp PDX 2019
NedSpace

Enterprise Blockchain Camp is a participant driven event bringing together people focused in the application of distributed ledgers in business and government. The event is taking place Sunday, September 8th from 9 AM - 5:30 PM. Open space "Unconference” events provide a venue for the attendees to drive the content of the event. Attendees will meet and greet, post subjects for talk/session/demo/facilitated and then break out during the six session blocks. Meals are provided and special diets will be accommodated to the extent possible.

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Wednesday
Jan 29
RealWear Developer Academy
through Hilton Vancouver Washington

Join Us for an Exclusive Event RealWear Developer Academy Join us in historic Vancouver, Washington for RealWear Developer Academy! During this two-day event for software engineers, you will gain hands-on experience creating enterprise apps for the HMT platform. Register for RealWear Developer Academy and receive either an HMT-1 or HMT-1Z1 for free.

Why Attend RealWear Developer Academy?

-Opportunity to solve real-world problems with the HMT platform. Bring your questions, bring your laptops, and get ready to program for the world’s best rugged wearable computers. -Small class size and personalized attention from RealWear engineers. This exclusive event is limited to 25 attendees. -HMT-1 or HMT-1Z1 included with your registration. -Learn from the best. Network with your fellow HMT developers in the RealWear community!

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