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Oregon Technology Buisiness Center (OTBC)

3800 Cedar Hills Blvd Suite 260 (use entrance on Rose Biggi Ave)
Beaverton, OR, us (map)

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Past events that happened here

  • Wednesday
    May 22 2019
    Battle Royal: Text A Lawyer co-founders pitch each-other in competition. You're invited to be a judge!

    Come judge the Text A Lawyer Battle Royal! Katia v. Kevin You decide who pitches in June to the crowd of silicon valley investors!

    The Text A Lawyer co-founder team is preparing for an investor demo day event in the bay area in early June. We're looking to discern who should handle pitching and who should handle Q&A. We're planning to record things so we can replay all your helpful feedback (internal use only, promise).

    We are going to follow the time format precisely: 10 minutes -- introduction

    5 minutes -- Katia will pitch

    10 minutes -- Katia's Q/A session

    5 minutes -- Kevin will pitch

    10 minutes -- Kevin's Q/A session

    10 minutes -- Katia and Kevin will leave the room for the judges (you) to deliberate. Yes, we'll leave the recording on so we can listen later but we're hoping you can speak freely an honestly. -- We can take some tough love.

    10 minutes -- We'll quickly tally the votes and announce who's doing what in at the Batchery.com demo day next month. Share a drink and snack with us - we'll stay around to chat.

    TOTAL: 1 hour of your time means the world to us!

    To show our appreciation we'll provide BEER/soda/water and chips/candy/hummus/celery type of refreshments and light snacks. Please email [email protected] to confirm (so we know how much food/drinks to purchase).

    Thank you, K2 (Kevin and Katia)

  • Wednesday
    Sep 27 2017
    Haskell User Group

    All experience levels are welcome, but the group's focus is on intermediate topics. The meeting this evening will be unstructured: we will discuss the direction and goals of the group.

  • Wednesday
    Sep 20 2017
    Beaverton Haskell Meetup

    Bring whatever Haskell project you happen to be working on and we'll spend a couple hours helping each other with them.

  • Saturday
    Aug 5 2017
    Portland iOS (iPhone) App Development Group - Machine Learning in Swift4, an open discussion

      Machine Learning is a hot buzz  word now and  the new version of Swift will have ML library. It is an exciting news. I am not any expert on ML, but hoping to learn more about it and how to use it in iPhone apps. I invite all iOS developers in the group who has been curious about the feature and may be already have done some studies in the area, to come to this open discussion session. If anyone is willing to put up a presentation (ppt or video) containing their knowledge in the area, that is welcome too. We have a big screen for projection in this facility. 

  • Monday
    Jul 31 2017
    Beaverton Haskell Meetup - Haskell Projects

    It's been a while since I've updated the description for this meetup's events.  So, the group originally started to learn Haskell from scratch.  The group agreed that we would each choose our own learning materials to work from during the week and then come together during the meeting to discuss and work on programming exercises together.  Since then we have started working on larger projects in Haskell and are starting to investigate more advanced features of the language.  If you have something that you've been working on that you would like to share or you would like to help someone else with their own project then please join us!  We're always looking to meet more folks who are interested in the virtues of functional programming.

  • Monday
    May 8 2017
    Beaverton Haskell Meetup - Write You a Scheme 2.0 - Session 1


    Thanks to everyone who attended the kickoff meeting for this group.  It was a really good turn out and looks like there are a lot of folks excited about learning some Haskell.  We have decided at this point to meet on a bi-weekly basis Mondays at 6:30pm.  We also have a new venue which has been secured at the OTBC offices thanks to Phil for the referral on that one.  We have also decided that we will be going through the online tutorial Write You a Scheme 2.0 as our first project.  Each person will choose resources on their own to learn Haskell and we will come together as a group in each meeting to talk about our progress on building a scheme interpreter and our understanding of the code presented.  Most likely we will also do some Haskell exercises as a group to help solidify new concepts.

    To prepare for the next meetup go through the introduction and if you have time, the next section on parsers as well.  We'll try to cover as much ground as we have time available.

    We also have a Slack channel that you can join by clicking the link that was sent out on the mailing list.  If you need an invite link let me know and I'll get you connected.