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Wednesday
Sep 3, 2008
Security Evaluation of Intel Platform Technologies
Intel Jones Farm Conference Center (JFCC)

Quality Assurance SIG Cost: Free

This presentation will describe product security evaluation in the context of the Security Development Lifecycle (SDL), a technology-independent four-stage procedure that helps find and mitigate security breaches before product release. The talk will give the audience an understanding of how the different SDL activities such as threat modeling, secure coding and penetration testing, fit into the SDL framework to enhance product security.

Topics covered SDL Checkpoints, HazOp Analysis, Code Reviews, Testing scenarios, Static analysis tools, Testing tools, SeCoE, H/w sec. testing, Security Requirements, CAPEC

Speakers: Burzin Daruwala, Lead Security Evaluator, DEG Security Center of Excellence Salvador Mandujano, Technical Lead, DEG Security Center of Excellence

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Wednesday
Dec 3, 2008
China Business Network and Software Association of Oregon: Open Source Software in China
House of Louie

Lunch presentation by Dirk Hohndel, Intel Corporation Chief Linux and Open Source Technologist. Mr. Hohndel will discuss how open source software works and the place of open source software in Chinese technology, as well as what's different and what's the same about open source in China and the West. It also will provide some insights into Intel's focus in open source and China.

    <p>Dirk is Chief Linux and Open Source Technologist in the <a href="http://software.intel.com/sites/oss/">Open Source Technology Center</a> at Intel, which he joined in 2001.  Dirk has been an active contributor to Linux since 1991. Prior to his work at Intel, he was CTO of <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SUSE">SuSE Linux AG</a>, a driver of the XFree86 project, and Unix Architect at Deutsche Bank. Dirk has a degree in Mathematics and Computer Science from the University of W&uuml;rzburg, Germany.</p>
    <P><a href="http://www.intel.com">Intel</a>, the world's largest microprocessor company, is a driver of open source development to accelerate adoption and end user benefits from Intel products.  Intel's current focus includes open source projects in areas such as wireless and low-power information technology - especially for its new line of <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Intel_Atom">Atom</a> microprocessors through the <a href="http://moblin.org/">moblin.org</a> Linux project - virtualization, graphics, system manageability in organizations, and delivering on the promise of  high-performance parallel processing on multicore microprocessors.</P> 
    <P>In addition to the <a href="http://software.intel.com/sites/oss/">Open Source Technology Center</a> in Hillsboro, Oregon, Intel has <a href="http://www.intel.com/cd/corporate/icsc/apac/eng/teams/331393.htm"> China-based open source technology centers</a> in Beijing and Shanghai as part of its <a href="http://www.intel.com/cd/corporate/icsc/apac/eng/379976.htm">Intel China Software Center</a>.</P>

Cost:$20 members (CBN or SAO); $30 non-members; $15 students; $5 extra if late registration.

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Wednesday
Mar 4, 2009
A Panel Discussion on the Latest Economic Situation in China
House of Louie

Lunch presentation with panel discussion by: - (Moderator) Richard Read, The Oregonian - S. Gregory Borossay, Port of Portland, Manager, Marine Marketing - Joel Enderle, Columbia Sportswear, Sr. Dir. of Footwear Manufacturing - Lisa Graff, Intel Corporation, GM, Server Platforms, Digital Enterprise Group - Amy Hsuan, The Oregonian, staff writer currently reporting on green and solar industries in China

In this global economy, the economic meltdown happening in the U.S. is also affecting economies around the world. China, Oregon’s largest export country in 2008, is being negatively affected. We often see bad news coming out of China, such as:

  • "China’s Slowdown Sends out Aftershocks”,
  • "Jobless Migrants Hit 20 Million as China’s Unemployment Rises”
  • "China’s Small Factories Struggle”, etc.

We have assembled a panel of seasoned business people and professionals who have been working and/or traveling in China to give us a closer look at what is really going on over there and share their insights with us. We will also learn about any implications to the Oregon economy due to the current situation in China. Please bring your questions and join us! Ticket Info: $20 members; $30 general; $15 students Tickets at: http://www.nwchina.org/register-cbn.php

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Wednesday
Jun 3, 2009
Engage 2009: Virtual Conference

Registration is Free!

Reserve your spot today for the upcoming launch of the first ever Intel® Software Partner Program virtual user conference Engage 2009 on June 3, 2009. The virtual user conference will help ISVs gain a competitive advantage.

Conducted entirely online, visitors will see live presentations, participate in live Q&A with presenters, visit 10 exhibitor booths filled with useful information and staffed with Intel experts, and network with others using the professional networking capabilities. The user conference is free to both current and prospective Intel Partner members.

  Breakout Sessions
  Being Confident, Creative and Resourceful In A Down Economy
  How You Can Get the Most from Intel® Architecture
  Intel® Graphics Performance Analyzers and Visual Adrenaline from Intel
  Go-Parallelism! Ease the Onramp for C/C++ Windows* Development
  Application Builder: The High Value Service that Puts Your Software to the Test
  Expand your Customer Base with the Intel® Business Exchange
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Engage 2009: Virtual Conference

Reserve your spot today for the upcoming launch of the first ever Intel® Software Partner Program virtual user conference Engage 2009 on June 3, 2009. The virtual user conference will help ISVs gain a competitive advantage.

Conducted entirely online, visitors will see live presentations, participate in live Q&A with presenters, visit 10 exhibitor booths filled with useful information and staffed with Intel experts, and network with others using the professional networking capabilities. The user conference is free to both current and prospective Intel Partner members.

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Thursday
Jun 11, 2009
Coroflot.com Creative Employment Confab
White Stag Block (University of Oregon)

Every creative professional is looking for great work. Every creative organization is looking for great people.

This event matches these two groups for an intense 3 hour networking and recruiting event focused on making productive connections, and hiring and retaining outstanding creative workers.

The afternoon centers on a moderated panel discussion focusing on strategies for hiring top creative talent, and for getting yourself hired into these roles.

PANELISTS

Kirk James Creative Director, Cinco Design

Nick Oakley Head of Industrial Design, Mobility Group, Intel

Beth Sasseen Senior Design Recruiter, Nike

Chelsea Vandiver Head of Communications Design Group, Ziba Design

A cocktail reception will immediately follow the presentation and the remainder of the afternoon will be an open format. Mid- and senior-level designers, creative directors, recruiters, and other professionals in the product design, apparel, branding, and interaction design fields are encouraged to attend. Scheduling, registration and ticketing details can be found at the Creative Confab page at Coroflot.com.

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Monday
Jul 27, 2009
Mobile Portland: Moblin -- Open Source for Mobile Internet Devices and Netbooks
AboutUs

Can an open source Linux platform deliver a unique experience for users in the mobile space? The community working on Moblin hopes to make this a reality.

In this brief introduction to Moblin, we'll cover what the software stack and underlying technologies look like, give a demo of the Netbook Beta release, talk about where some of the development is going, and how developers and users can get involved.

We would also like your feedback on the tools you need to develop applications for this platform.

If you would like to learn more about what Moblin is and how it fits within the mobile world, join us.

About the Speakers

Bob Spencer works at the Open Source Technology Center (OSTC) at Intel as a software developer. He is focused on working with the Linux Foundation developing the compliance specs for Moblin.

Mike Shaver also works at the OSTC and is focused on building out the web infrastructure and community for Moblin.

Paul Cooper is located at the London office of OSTC and manages a team of Moblin developers working on the user experience functionality.

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Tuesday
Aug 25, 2009
Silicon Forest Technology and Financial Forum
through Intel Capital

The Oregon Technology Investor Tour and the Silicon Forest Forum have combined forces to create the Silicon Forest Technology and Financial Forum. This event provides a unique opportunity for the financial community to experience Oregon public and private companies, meet their management teams, and take company tours (if applicable). In addition, concurrent panel discussions on a range of technology management and sector specific issues will allow entrepreneurs and companies to gain insights into opportunities for their growth and success.

What Will You Gain by Attending: Access to executives representing the Telecom, CAE and Semiconductor Industries, Alternative Energy, Green Tech, Social Networking, Internet Security, Application Software and Medical Technology Services Exchange of critical information from companies in a unique and small group format Develop and maintain important relationships with leading-edge technology companies Cost savings by networking with company executives and peers in one general location

Cost to attend: Day 1, August 25, 2009 ($99.00) Day 2, August 26, 2009 ($99.00) Both Days ($155.00)

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Wednesday
Sep 16, 2009
TiE Oregon - Cloud Computing
Intel Ronler Acres RA1 Auditorium

Cloud Computing ties hardware virtualization and software innovation to offer economic choices for deploying and scaling software services. Cloud Services are being offered in different flavors and for different segments by a variety of vendors.

TiE Oregon is hosting a Cloud Computing flyby, with a panel of evangelists, experts and entrepreneurs representing the key providers as well as usage and deployment perspectives for a spectrum of service layers including IaaS, PaaS and SaaS.

Panelists include: - Arne Kainu, President & CEO, CenterStance
- Jason Mauer, Senior Developer Evangelist Microsoft
- Jinesh Varia, Technology Evangelist, Amazon
- Ryan Williams, Senior Software Engineer, AllMed Healthcare Management

Join us on Sept 16th, to learn, explore and get answers to your questions regarding the technical and operational issues, financial trade-offs and business risks and opportunities offered by cloud computing.

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Wednesday
May 19, 2010
TiE Oregon: Semiconductor Entrepreneurship - Opportunities & Challenges
Intel Ronler Acres RA1 Auditorium

What are the challenges facing semiconductor startups in today’s environment?

Is it enough to have developed a great technology?

Historically, semiconductor startups have had massive development costs & long development cycles. A fabless semiconductor has to typically raise > $50M with a development and time to volume cycle that lasts 3-4 years or more. Has this changed in the light of current advances in technology?

Founders of semiconductor startups often come from an engineering background. What business challenges do these founders face?

Our panel, constituted of Steve Sharp, Chairman Triquint & past CEO of Triquint Semiconductor, Howard Bubb, CEO Ambric & Manpreet Khaira, CEO Avnera will address these and other important issues related to the viability of the fabless semiconductor startups in the new millennium.

The panel will be moderated by Scott Keeney, CEO & Co-founder nLight, a manufacturer of semiconductor lasers

Register online at www.oregon.tie.org Online Registration: Members: $15; Non-Members: $25 Walkin registration is $5 more for both Members & Non-Members.

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Tuesday
Jul 6, 2010
Solar Lights and Samosas
Intel Jones Farm Conference Center (JFCC)

TiE Oregon Community Outreach event: Presentation by Ravi Sinha, Chairman Choice Solar India Private Limited. He will give a slide show presentation of his work in India providing solar energy solutions that map directly to the needs of the people. Join him on his travels through remote villages and towns in India bringing the free power of the sun to individuals, homes, schools, and hospitals. Tea and Indian snacks will be served. The event is free. Registration required. The event is sponsored by Intel Corporation, India. Sandip Shah Co-Director, Intel Architecture Group, India, will talk about Intel's world class design & development facilities in India, its top-notch work environment and job opportunities, and the company’s deep & sustained commitment to Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) focusing on education, environment & citizenship/community volunteerism.

Email admin@oregon.tie.org Phone: 503 226 8677

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Wednesday
Aug 25, 2010
Free Session, Aug 25: Market & Sell Your Apps with Intel (refreshments served!)
Tiffany Center, Portland

The Intel® Atom™ Developer Program team invites you to a free instructional session on August 25 at the Tiffany Center in Portland for developers interested in learning how easy it is to begin making revenue with their applications.

Attendees will learn how to make their applications available to millions of netbook users via the Intel AppUp Center and will hear tips & tricks for developing great apps for netbooks and beyond.

Any developer currently coding applications in Adobe AIR or Windows C/C++ is encouraged to attend.

Detailed Event Agenda: • 5:00PM Doors open; registration begins • 5:30-6:00PM Session start: Intel AppUp Center & Intel Atom Developer Program Overview • 6:00-7:00PM Writing Windows C/C++ Applications for the Intel AppUp Center • 7:00-7:15PM Break and on-site Open Lab opens • 7:15-7:45PM Writing Adobe AIR Applications for the Intel AppUp Center • 7:45-8:15PM My experience creating an AIR app for the Intel AppUp Center • 8:15-8:30PM On-site raffle for attendees; win an Intel SSD drive! • 8:30-9:30PM Session Q&A, networking session, and staffed open lab time

Beverages and pizza will be served. The session will conclude with an opportunity to network with other app developers and Intel engineers. We will also be giving away prizes to a few lucky attendees in our raffle at the end of the evening.

For more information and to register, visit intelapplicationlab.com. We hope you will join us for this exclusive event!

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Wednesday
Nov 3, 2010
Reaching the Tipping Point in Energy Monitoring
Intel Ronler Acres RA1 Auditorium

Monitoring your Energy Footprint

Smart Devices and information systems to help people make better choices about how they use energy are in the early stage of adoption. While many home energy monitoring solutions have been introduced in recent years, no products or services have emerged that have brought about a significant change in consumer behavior. While many devices are technologically sophisticated or cool to look at it seems there is still a need for new innovations and better ways to motivate users to make a lasting change in their energy footprint. The challenge for product developers and entrepreneurs is the development of a comprehensive energy monitoring system for homes that is compelling, easy to use and effective.

The Prius dashboard is a good example of a system that is making a real difference in consumer behavior. By providing information to a user on mileage and energy performance it is motivating people to change their driving style. We need to explore ways in which we can have a similar impact on managing one’s personal energy lifestyle. How do you create energy monitoring devices with intuitive interfaces and automatic functions that customers can easily integrate into their daily life? How will consumers be informed about what is possible and how will energy utilities, governments, agencies, or retail channels work to supply the demand? What other issues must be overcome before we see mass adoption of smart energy management devices. We will explore these issues and hear from manufacturers of existing products so that participants can leave with a better understanding of energy monitoring opportunities and challenges.

Moderator: Pad Adamosky, Veris Industries Speakers: Michael Jung, Silver Spring Networks Dan Russell, Powermand Fiona Sim, Intel

6.00PM to 7.00 PM - Food, Networking, 7.00PM - Panel Presentation

Registration Required www.oregon.tie.org Fees: Member $15 Student $10 Guest $25

+$5 at the door

Contact Us: admin@oregon.tie.org Ph: 503 226 8677 www.oregon.tie.org

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Tuesday
Feb 22, 2011
OCCA Meeting TONIGHT
Red Lion Hotel Portland - Convention Center

February 22, 2011 (6:00 pm - 8:30 pm) Presenter - Ben Lee Ben H. Lee III - Intel Field Applications Engineer.

List of possvble topics

o Intel product features and benefits for desktop, mobile, and servers such as vPro technology, anti-theft, and encryption/security improvements

o IT@Intel – insights into Intel’s IT organization, strategy, and solutions

o Intel software – MeeGo operating system, AppUp center, and software development tools

Where? Meeting Location: Red Lion Hotel Portland - Convention Center 1021 NE Grand Avenue Portland, OR 97232

Free to attend with RSVP

About Ben Lee Ben H. Lee III is an Intel Field Applications Engineer located in Hillsboro, Oregon.

He covers the Northwest Region of the US along with Western Canada and is responsible for $100M in annual designs.

Ben has an Electrical Engineering degree from Oregon State University and holds one patent in adaptive synchronization of data across networks.

He started working at Intel in 1996 and held various positions in engineering for desktop and networking products. He went on to marketing in 2000, did four years in sales beginning in 2004, and moved back to an engineering in 2008.

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Tuesday
May 24, 2011
TiE Oregon: Riding The Next Mobile Wave
Intel Ronler Acres RA1 Auditorium

The mobile industry has been revolutionizing the way we live, communicate and do business, but what is the next wave of mobile software technology? Join entrepreneurs, developers and leading executives to find out about the latest trends and opportunities for entrepreneurs in this ecosystem.

Participants will include the following speakers:

Raven Zachary: President of Small Society, working with big brands, established companies, investors, and startups on iOS mobile strategy and product development for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Jason Grigsby: founder and organizer of Mobile Portland and co-founder of Cloud Four, a small start-up focused on mobile and web development. Amber Case: Co-founder, Geoloqi (a real-time mobile and web platform for securely sharing location data,) and a cyborg anthropologist and user experience designer. Aaron Parecki: Co-founder Geoloqi and an iPhone and PHP developer interested in solving practical problems with technology. Jose Puthenkulam: Head of Products, TCS Mobility, at Tata Consultancy Services North America.

Register Online

Pricing:

              Online        

Members $15
Students $10
Non-Members $25

+$5 At the door

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Tuesday
Jul 31, 2012
Intel: What's now, What's next?
Red Lion Hotel Portland - Convention Center

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)

RSVP to meetup.com/itpro-70

Intel: What's now, What's next?

Ben Lee an Intel Field Applications Engineer will cover, at least the following topics:

  • Networking: the transition from 1G to 10G, Thunderbolt technology, Wireless technologies, MyWiFi
  • SSD Drives
  • New developments in Server Technology
  • New developments in Desktop Technology
  • Ivy Bridge
  • Hardware as a service
  • Questions and answers

Presented by

Ben H. Lee III is an Intel Field Applications Engineer located in Hillsboro, Oregon. He covers the Northwest Region of the US along with Western Canada and is responsible for $140M in annual designs.

Ben has an Electrical Engineering degree from Oregon State University and holds one patent in adaptive synchronization of data across networks. Working at Intel since 1996, he held various positions in engineering for desktop and networking products. He went on to marketing in 2000, did four years in sales beginning in 2004, and moved back to engineering in 2008.

Today, Ben is supporting customers building systems used in a variety of applications and industries using Intel desktop, mobile, networking, solid-state drives, and server products.

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Tuesday
Jun 4, 2013
Workshop: A New Approach to Innovation & Agility
Embassy Suites Portland--Downtown

Learn how Google & Intel are leveraging the latest in neuroscience to

· solve design problems months earlier

· dive deep into uninterrupted collaborative effort

· transform thrash and frustration into energetic ease and insight

· boost creativity in stressful work environments

Join us for this experiential workshop exploring the intersection of emotional intelligence, mindfulness and creativity.

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Saturday
May 31, 2014
Scrum/Agile Workshop by Agile Coach/Trainer at Intel
Portland State University Engineering Building

Our world is changing fast. Markets and consumers are demanding more … faster, cheaper and better. Technology, new product development and innovation have to churn faster than we’re used to. How do companies like Google, Yahoo, Amazon, and Apple keep up? They practice agile techniques, in particular they utilize scrum to manage their projects.

IBEA Foundation is hosting a Scrum/Agile Event to coach and train professionals and students about Intel Scrum Product Development. This event will help Project Management, Computer Science and Engineering professionals to gain extensive knowledge about Scrum Framework Development at Intel.

Scrum is an agile philosophy used widely within Intel's main projects. All proceeds from this event will go towards Domo de Organico, an organization devoted to sustainable recycling in Mexico City

Come Join us for an all day Scrum workshop on May 31st, 2014, hosted by the IBEA Foundation featuring Suzanne Ward, a Scrum Master & Agile Coach/Trainer at Intel. So if your the right fit for this event contact us at anauzhva@gmail.com.

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Tuesday
Nov 18, 2014
New Trends and Technologies from Intel
Max's Fanno Creek Brew Pub

You are cordially invited to join us for our Tuesday, November 18, 2014 Meeting!

Topic: New Trends and Technologies from Intel

Program Description: Intel will discuss the trends and technologies in the ever-changing computing landscape. Topics will include Intel s technology roadmap and it s applications to various industries. See live demos of current technologies along with a sneak peak at what the future may hold.

Presented by: Ben H. Lee III is an Intel Technology Specialist located in Hillsboro, Oregon. Ben has an Electrical Engineering degree from Oregon State University and holds one patent in adaptive synchronization of data across networks. He started working at Intel in 1996 and held various positions in engineering for desktop and networking products. He went on to marketing in 2000, did four years in sales beginning in 2004, moved to technical sales in 2008, and then to business development sales in 2012. Today, Ben is speaking at many industry events across the US and Canada training partners on Intel products and technologies.

About: OCCA Meetings are free and open to the public. Please help us keep the Restaurant happy by buying food and beverages.

Meetings are usually held on the last Tuesday of the month (except December). This year, our November meeting will be on Tuesday, Nov. 18, 2014.

Location Tuesday, November 18, 2014 - 6 pm : Max's Fanno Creek Brew Pub 12562 SW Main Street Tigard, Oregon 97223

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):

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Saturday
Jan 31, 2015
WIN with ChickTech: Girl Rising STEM Event
Intel Hawthorn Farms 3 (HF3) Campus

Did you ever think you could change the world by pursuing your dreams? But how do you get there and reach your full potential? What does education has to do with all of this? Women can transform their lives by jumping in and getting involved in their dreams. At this event, you’ll see an inspiring movie called Girl Rising.

Want to understand the basics behind all the cool gadgets we use every day? It all starts with circuits! And we’ll have a fun activity for beginners.

What is this event? It’s a combination movie showing and hands-on activity. It’s a chance for high school girls to meet women in technology and a chance for women in technology to be inspired by high school girls!

Who's invited? We’re excited to have an Intel WIN and ChickTech event! If you identify with any of the following, we’d love to have you:

Current and past ChickTech: High School participants Current and past ChickTech volunteers ChickTech supporters Intel WIN members Future ChickTech volunteers and supporters

Why should you come? It’s free! There will be snacks.

But seriously, this is an event to watch and reflect on women’s empowerment in tech by watching Girl Rising. We’ll also have an educational (and fun, we promise!) hands-on activity and create your very own circuit.

If you’re a ChickTech: High School participant, we’ll do our best to provide transportation to the event, free of charge.

Who’s hosting? Intel WIN (Women in Intel Network) Oregon will be co-hosting this event with ChickTech. Intel is graciously hosting the event, and ChickTech is working hard to plan and run the event.

Public Transportation HF3 is a 7 minute walk from the Hawthorn Farm MAX Station on the blue line and 4 minutes from the nearest bus stops on Cornell Rd on route 48.

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"Girl Rising" at Intel
Intel Hawthorne Farms Building 3 (HF3), Auditorium

Did you ever think you could change the world by pursuing your dreams? But how do you get there and reach your full potential? What does education have to do with all of this? Women can transform their lives by jumping in and getting involved in their dreams. At this event, you’ll see an inspiring movie called Girl Rising.

Want to understand the basics behind all the cool gadgets we use every day? It all starts with circuits! And we’ll have a fun activity for beginners.

What is this event? It’s a combination movie showing and hands-on activity. It’s a chance for high school girls to meet women in technology and a chance for women in technology to be inspired by high school girls!

Who's invited? We’re excited to have an Intel WIN and ChickTech event! If you identify with any of the following, we’d love to have you:

Current and past ChickTech: High School participants Current and past ChickTech volunteers ChickTech supporters Intel WIN members Women in tech and ChickTech supporters

Why should you come? It’s free! There will be snacks.

But seriously, this is an event to watch and reflect on women’s empowerment in tech by watching Girl Rising. We’ll also have an educational (and fun, we promise!) hands-on activity and create your very own circuit.

If you’re a ChickTech: High School participant, we’ll do our best to provide transportation to the event, free of charge.

Who’s hosting?

Intel WIN (Women in Intel Network) Oregon will be co-hosting this event with ChickTech.

Public Transportation HF3 is a 7 minute walk from the Hawthorn Farm MAX Station on the blue line and 4 minutes from the nearest bus stops on Cornell Rd on route 48.

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Friday
Feb 6, 2015
Intel Design Thinking Workshop @ Startup Week
CENTRL Office

Intel Corp and CENTRL Office would like to invite you to a Design Thinking workshop from 12-3pm on Friday, February 6, at CENTRL Office in the Pearl. Weąll immediately follow it up with a mini-Happy hour sponsored by Intel, where you can learn more about what we do and how you can get engaged. Space will be limited, and this private invitation will guarantee you a spot.

For those who don't know, Design Thinking is a methodology for systematic innovation, much like Lean Startup. Our group at Intel is using this methodology to create new, engaging product concepts. This is your chance to experience it with us.

Hope to see you there!

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Tuesday
Jun 21, 2016
OWASP: Add TAL, improve a threat model!
WebMD

Add TAL, improve a threat model!

To improve your (threat) modeling career, you need a better (threat) agent (library)! Threat modeling is a process for capturing, organizing, and analyzing the security of a system based on the perspective of a threat agent. Threat modeling enables informed decision-making about application security risk. In addition to producing a model, typical threat modeling efforts also produce a prioritized list of security improvements to the concept, requirements, design, or implementation. In 2009, OWASP posted wiki pages on threat modeling. Although there was the start of a section on threat agents, it has yet to be completed.

Intel developed a unique standardized threat agent library (TAL) that provides a consistent, up-to-date reference describing the human agents that pose threats to IT systems and other information assets. Instead of picking threat agents based on vendor recommendations and space requirements in Powerpoint, the TAL produces a repeatable, yet flexible enough for a range of risk assessment uses. We will cover both the TAL, the Threat Agent Risk Assessment (TARA), how they can be used to improve threat modeling.

Speaker

Eric Jernigan
Information Security Architect
Umpqua Bank


Eric Jernigan is an Information Security Architect at Umpqua Bank and focuses on risk assessment, Secure project support, information security governance, and security awareness. Prior to this, Eric He has also served as an information security manager and adjunct instructor at PCC. He has also served as an active duty Information Warfare Analyst in the Air National Guard in support of NORTHCOM/NORAD. He has almost twenty years of intelligence, counter-terrorism, Information warfare, information security, and compliance experience. His current professional certifications include CISM, CRISC, and CISSP, so love him. A staunch privacy advocate, he hates Facebook.



The Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP) is a 501c3 not-for-profit worldwide charitable organization focused on improving the security of application software. To sign up for future meeting notes and to discuss security topics with local gurus, sign up on the OWASP Portland mailing list: https://lists.owasp.org/mailman/listinfo/owasp-portland


Meetings are free and open to the public.

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Saturday
Jun 25, 2016
Intel Scrum Workshop
Portland State University Engineering Building Room 510

Want to learn how to take your projects to the next level?

Practical, Hands-on Training for Scrum

Join us for an all day Scrum workshop on June 25th, 2016; hosted by the IBEA featuring Suzanne Ward MBA MEng PMP CSM CSPO PSM CSP, a Scrum Master & Agile Coach/Trainer from Intel.

Our world is changing fast. Markets and consumers are demanding faster, cheaper and better products. Demands for quicker turnaround on new product development and innovation have only increased. How do companies like Google, Yahoo, Amazon, and Apple keep up? They practice agile techniques, in particular they utilize scrum to manage their projects.

Scrum has the power to transform project management across every industry, every business, and even across your personal life. By using Scrum, you’ll become more agile, discovering how to react more quickly and respond more accurately to the inevitable change that comes your way. By staying focused, collaborating, and communicating with customers and your team, you can accomplish what truly needs to be done — successfully.

Come get a taste of the future of project management and learn about the Scrum process. This one day classroom training with exercises will cover the material from scrum introduction certification class and Product Owner role in the Scrum Process.

STRUCTURE OF EVENT:

Day 1 – Learn about the Scrum Process, Learn what a Scrum Master is responsible for, come away with insights on how to manage your next project

BENEFITS

Retain more information because of our unique hands-on approach; based on the latest research into brain science

Be entertained by stories from our real-world experienced and knowledgeable instructors

Maximize investments already made by gaining valuable Professional Development Units (PDUs)

Increase your personal worth within your company and in the marketplace

Network with people from Intel Corporation and other software companies

Additional for Audience:

SW Engineers: eXtreme Programming, Test Driven Development, Pair Programming

Project Managers: Bridging the Gap between Project Management and Scrum

WORKSHOP STRUCTURE:

WHO SHOULD COME?

People whose work is completed through projects and through teams; Software Engineers, Marketing Professionals, Project Managers, Technology Professionals.

ADDITIONAL BENEFITS?

If you share our event via Linkedin using @ibea then you have front row seats to this event! Thanks for spreading the word.

      FOR FURTHER INFORMATION: PLEASE CONTACT US AT ibeafoundation@gmail.com.
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Thursday
Sep 7
Intel Builders Developer Summit
Hilton Portland and Executive Tower

Please join us for the Intel Builders Developer Summit, where you'll hear directly from Intel architects and engineers on topics spanning the data center, from cloud and fabric, to network and storage. The Summit's full-day agenda will deliver technical presentations and deep dives into Intel and industry standard technologies as well as showcase demos highlighting technology from the sessions.

Sessions include:
- Intel® Xeon® Scalable Processor Platform Architecture Deep Dive
- Intel Hardware Root of Trust Attestation Solution with One Touch Activation
- Network Services Benchmark: Set up, Configuration and VNF Optimization with OPNFV
- Platform Optimization, Cache Coherency and DPDK
- SPDK and Intel® Intelligent Storage Acceleration Library (Intel® ISA-L) - Overview and Roadmap Update
- Deep Dive on Blob Store and Logical Volumes
- Designing Intel® Omni-Path Architecture into Your Cluster
- Optimizing Software Solutions for Intel Omni-Path Architecture

This event is free, but spaces are limited.

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Wednesday
Oct 18
Jira in Action: Software Development & Project Management
CENTRL East Side Location

Two Jira users walk into a bar... What do they find? Each other and a whole lot of ways to use Jira to solve problems. This month two local users will share how they use Jira and other products to collaborate and manage internal projects from technical to business. Come to learn from their successes, failures, and everything in between. Ask questions and collaborate; our hope is that you'll walk away with answers to your burning challenges, or at least feel like you have a local Bat-line to call for help.


We'll also report out on the latest from Atlassian, including announcements from Summit in San Jose. If you attended, we'd love for you to share your most-memorable moment and what you learned.


Event Details:


Date: Wednesday, October 18, 2017


Time: 5:30-7 PM PDT


Location: Centrl Office Eastside - 329 NE Couch St, Portland, OR 97232


Other things and things: Food and social lubricant provided, cheers!

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