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Thursday
Dec 14
Nike Tech Talks
Nike Decathlon Club Cafe

Join Nike Digital for the Nike Tech Talks on Thursday, December 14th! Dani Traphagen, Solution Architect at Grid Grain, will be speaking at the event. More info about her talk and registration details will be available soon.

Food and beverages will be served and there will be time to network before and after the talk.

Thursday
Dec 7
Diversity in Tech: Portland Based Solutions (Panel & Happy Hour)
Thinkful

In alignment with the TechTown PDX Diversity Pledge, we too believe it is necessary to do more than just talking about the need for a more diverse tech sector. As tech professionals, we think collective action and accountability are required to address the underrepresentation of women, LGBTQ+, and people of color in our industry.

Sponsored by Thinkful, the #1 coding boot camp in America by Course Report, join panelists from Chick Tech, Free Geek, Out in Tech, Lesbians Who Tech, WeWork and more for a discussion on how some organizations are continuously working to empower diversity and digital inclusion in our community.

Panelists: Justin Hulog - Out in Tech, Portland Chapter Founder Sara Rasmussen - Free Geek, Digital Inclusion Manager Janel Hull - ChickTech, Community Manager Heather Knight - Lesbians Who Tech, Portland Chapter Representative Marianne Moyer - WeWork, Community Manager

Moderator: Emma Holland - Thinkful, Community Manager

Thinkful is a career accelerator that supports graduates seeking high-growth careers in technology. We focus on the flexibility and accessibility offered online with the support and networking opportunities offered in-person. Thinkful grads are job-ready after working alongside professional engineers through 1-on-1 mentorship, in-depth curriculum and a learning model that emphasizes real-world application over theory. Ranked #1 best overall Bootcamp in America by Course Report, 91% of our graduates finding a job within six months. Find out more about Thinkful Portland on our website.

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Wednesday
Sep 24, 2008
DIY (Do It Yourself) Stories
Blackbird Wine Shop

HEARD IT THROUGH THE GRAPEVINE Stories about secrets, wine, and good times.

DIY (Do It Yourself) Stories is an open storytelling event for mature audiences. You don’t HAVE TO get up & tell, but it’s way more fun when you do! Nobody knows what will be heard or said at DIY Stories; it’s different every time.

$10 at the door includes a glass or flight of wine.

Blackbird Wine Shop 3519 NE 44th Ave. (44th & Freemont)

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Wednesday
Aug 26, 2009
Design à Trois - "You SHOULD Judge a Book By Its Cover"
Art Institute of Portland

Design à Trois

Design à Trois is a three night event exploring rock poster design, book cover design and type design. We’ll kick things off with acclaimed rock poster design documentary, “Died Young, Stayed Pretty.,” by filmmaker, Eileen Yaghoobian. Next up will be “You SHOULD Judge a Book by Its Cover” – an insightful and amusing presentation on 50+ of the weirdest book cover designs – by NYC designer/comedian, Patrick Borelli. And, last but certainly not least, we will conclude with the national premiere of Punchcut’s newest installment of the Typophile Film Fest, a collection of typographic film shorts.

Cancel any existing plans – this event is not to be missed!

You SHOULD Judge A Book By Its Cover presented by NYC designer/comedian, Patrick Borelli Come hear Patrick Borelli, NYC designer and comedian, present to you 50+ of the strangest book cover designs he could get his hands on – with a unique, comic spin only he can deliver. Patrick’s presentation includes video cameos from such book cover design legends as Stephen Heller and Chip Kidd (among others). You’ll see book cover design in a whole new light.

Cost: $10 at the door (members/non-members/students), cash or check only

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Wednesday
Feb 15, 2012
Innovation Talk - Herb Sorensen
Portland State University Engineering Building

We have a great Innovation Talk coming up on Friday.

Herb Sorensen, who has been a "Fast Company's Innovator of the Year" will be giving a talk on the role of technology in driving innovation in retailing. Find out how Walmart, Amazon, Apple, and Google have been, and continue to be, at the forefront of the industry, and how the new players are transforming the industry.

3pm - Friday - 2/17/12 - EB102 - coffee and dessert following!

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC!

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Friday
Feb 17, 2012
Innovation Talk - Herb Sorensen
Portland State University Engineering Building

We have a great Innovation Talk coming up on Friday.

Herb Sorensen, who has been a "Fast Company's Innovator of the Year" will be giving a talk on the role of technology in driving innovation in retailing. Find out how Walmart, Amazon, Apple, and Google have been, and continue to be, at the forefront of the industry, and how the new players are transforming the industry.

3pm - Friday - 2/17/12 - EB102 - coffee and dessert following!

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC!

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Thursday
Jul 19, 2012
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Thursday
Aug 16, 2012
PDX-UX: Avoiding the Spaghetti by Henrik Joreteg
Thetus Corporation

Agenda:

  • Snacks, Beer and Networking 5:30 - 6:00
  • Presentation and discussion: 6:00-7:30 or so 

Join our google group here - http://groups.google.com/group/pdx-ux?hl=en  Don't forget to follow us on twitter - @PDXUX -  https://twitter.com/#!/PDXUX

Henrik Joreteg – “Avoiding the Spaghetti” Clientside code doesn't have to be an ugly cluttered mess. Building clean, sane, maintainable client-side applications is indeed possible. We'll talk a bit about CommonJS on the client, properly abstracting a model layer, the DOM as a dumb view layer, sharing code between client/ server and other techniques for avoiding insanity like automated static code analysis. 

Henrik is a partner and lead JS developer at &yet (http://andyet.net), a boutique web software company in Richland, WA. He's a member of a growing group of javascript developers who are blazing the trail of realtime and single-page web application development and server-side javascript. Let’s put it this way: the dude cannot shut up about node.js, backbone, and socket.io. 

He is the primary developer for &bang (http://andbang.com) and has written a slew of single-page real-time web apps using a number of technologies. He recently spoke at NodeConf and KRTConf and was a technical reviewer for O'Reilly's JavaScript Web Applications. He is the author of the popular open source javascript templating solution, iCanHaz.js and as an early adopter of Backbone.js wrote several definitive blogposts on the subject. 

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Thursday
Sep 27, 2012
Ignite TAO! v3
Alberta Rose Theatre

1 mic, 5 minutes, 20 slides, 300 peers in the audience... no pressure, right?

What is Ignite? Ignite is a high-energy evening of 5-minute talks by local people who have an burning idea and the guts to get onstage and share their personal and professional passions. Quick, fun, thought-provoking, social, local, and global - Ignite is all of these and more.

Why present at Ignite TAO? As a speaker, you'll land a platform that challenges not only the way you present your ideas, but grants you access to an audience eager to listen.

Submit Your Proposal Today!

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Wednesday
May 29, 2013
Startup Your Startup: The Dog Ate My Startup
NedSpace on 5th

Come hear tales of brilliant & young startup founders and get some great Q&A going.

High School Musical my ass, how about High School Startup? Or Junior High Startup? Reserve your spot today for The Dog Ate My Startup next Wednesday evening at NedSpace 5th Avenue, third floor, doors open at 5pm, event starts at 5:30pm

Seating is limited.

Colby Aley is a 16 year old web developer, High School student and entrepreneur. He enjoys working with early stage startups, going from nothing to launched product. After starting his first (failed) company not knowing how to code, Colby decided never again to do so without more solid programming skills. His influencers include Sam Soffes of Nothing Magical and Maciej Ceglowski of Pinboard.

Jackson Gariety attended Grant High School 2009 to 2012, he started doing freelance web design in early 2009. His first clients were local businesses and slowly grew his abilities and network to pay for better design and development tools. In 2012 he started working with Brian Hendrickson to build a social web platform called HashTraffic which has been developed and is currently being sold. He also teaches a class on app development.

Andrew Oesterreich is a 12 year old 7th grade entrepreneur who attends Wood Middle School in Wilsonville. He started out by doing odd jobs for his neighbors then moved on to giving younger students drum lessons. Last fall, he ventured in on a duct-tape wallet business with 2 friends. It wasn't long til half of the school had a shiny new duct tape wallet. He loves shark tank and is always looking for new businesses to create.

The emcee for The Dog Ate My Startup and open QA event is the always funny, the sometimes sober, and the ever flatulent John Friess, founder and CEO of Journey Gym.

Doors open at 5:00pm for networking

Event starts at 5:30pm and goes until 6:30pm or 6:45pm, it's up to John, let's hope he's lucid.

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Saturday
Sep 14, 2013
Jackson Gariety's Podium Club
Laurelhurst Park

Learn something new or share what makes you excited.

A casual kickback for people who like to talk.

Monday
Nov 4, 2013
FutureTalk with Sridhar Solur
New Relic

FutureTalk is brought to you by New Relic in collaboration with the PIE ...

Beyond the confluence of Mobile, Social, Cloud and Analytics

Few revolutionary technologies have created new value pools, displaced incumbents, changed lives, liquefied industries, and made a lasting economic impact. We are fortunate to be witnessing a perfect storm of Mobile, Social, Cloud and Analytic's creating this tectonic shift. In this session we will explore the rise of this connected ecosystem and look beyond into the world of Contextual computing, Wearables and the Internet of Things.

This will be the first presentation in a series of free monthly FutureTalks from disruptive Developers, innovative Technologists and world-changing Creatives. So invite some friends, come grab a seat (and a slice of pizza!), and buckle up for what will be a very engaging event!

Please RSVP via Eventbrite HERE

Monday
Dec 2, 2013
FutureTalk with Jessica McKellar
New Relic

How the Internet Works

An introduction to the Internet's structure and protocols through fun experiments from the Python perspective.

We'll use Python libraries like Scapy and Twisted to explore:

  • What happens under the hood when you type python.org into your browser bar and hit enter
  • What data you reveal about yourself as you surf the Web
  • How coffee shop Internet access works
  • How to propose marriage on your local network via ARP cache poisoning

By the end of this talk you'll:

  • Understand the core Internet protocols and how design decisions from the early Internet impact us today
  • Have exposure to popular Python networking libraries
  • Think sniffing your own wireless traffic is a fun way to spend a Saturday morning

This is the second event in a series of free monthly FutureTalks from disruptive Developers, innovative Technologists and world-changing Creatives. Doors open at 5:30p for food and drinks, and the presentation will begin right at 6p.

Please RSVP via Eventbrite HERE

Jessica McKellar is an entrepreneur, software engineer, and open source developer from Cambridge, MA. She is a Director for the Python Software Foundation and an organizer for the largest Python user group in the world. With that group she runs the Boston Python Workshop -- an introductory programming pipeline that has brought hundreds of women into the local Python community and is being replicated in cities across the US.

Jessica is a veteran open source contributor and a maintainer for several open source projects, including OpenHatch and the Twisted event-driven networking engine; she wrote a chapter on Twisted for The Architecture of Open Source Applications Volume II and the second edition of O'Reilly's Twisted Networking Essentials.

› FutureTalk is brought to you by New Relic in collaboration with the Portland Incubator Experiment

Monday
Jan 13, 2014
FutureTalk with Amber Case
New Relic

Rise of the Indie Web

What happens when an online service you use freezes your account, loses your data, or goes out of business? Have you ever used a service by a company that suddenly went under, stranding your data? What happened to the Internet in 2003?Do you own your own identity or do you sharecrop? Who owns your data and why? Case will talk about data ownership, identity and the Indie Web, a movement that is taking back ownership of one's own identity and data instead of sharecropping on 3rd party websites.

This is the 3rd event in a series of free monthly FutureTalks from disruptive Developers, innovative Technologists and world-changing Creatives. Doors open at 5:30p for food and drinks, and the presentation will begin right at 6p.

Please RSVP via Eventbrite HERE

Amber Case is the Director of Esri's R&D Center, Portland, where she works on next generation location-based technology. Previously, she co-founded Geoloqi, a location-based software company acquired by Esri in 2012. She recently worked on MapAttack! an urban geofencing game based on Esri technology.

In 2012 she was named one of National Geographic's Emerging Explorers and made Inc Magazine's 30 under 30 with Geoloqi co-founder Aaron Parecki. Case has spoken at TED on technology and humans and regularly speaks around the world.

Case is a proponent of data ownership, and uses her domain as her own personal data store and identity provider. Case founded IndieWebCamp with Tantek Çelik and Aaron Parecki in 2010. Case is interested in furthering the ideas of Calm Technology, wearable computing, and the future of the interface. You can follow her on Twitter @caseorganic or at caseorganic.com.

› FutureTalk is brought to you by New Relic in collaboration with PIE and TAO

Saturday
May 31, 2014
The Expressive Power of Games: A Talk By Brenda Romero with The Portland Indie Game Squad
PSU Native American Student Community Center

When we think of games - video games, board games, any kind of games - they are often trivialized as mere childish pastimes to entertain us. Yet games are and have always been so much more than that. From the Olympics to epic man-vs-machine chess matches to daily “games” in which an underdog rises above and beats the system, games are powerful artifacts of our everyday lives with a potential for creative expressivity and change beyond that for which we give them credit. In this talk, game designer and artist Brenda Romero talks about the expressive power of games and her current work in the award-winning Mechanic is the Message series.

Following the talk, Portland Indie Game Squad will introduce the exciting work happening in Portland and lead a discussion for generating ideas and making connections in the local game development community.


Brenda Romero is an award-winning game designer, artist, writer and creative director who entered the video game industry in 1981 at the age of 15. She is the longest continuously serving woman in the video game industry. Brenda worked with a variety of digital game companies as a game designer or creative director, including Atari, Sir-tech Software, Electronic Arts and numerous companies in the social and mobile space. She is presently the game designer in residence at the University of California at Santa Cruz and the co-founder and chief operating officer of Loot Drop, a social and mobile game company. In recent years, Brenda has become known for an award-winning series of non-digital games titled The Mechanic is the Message. So far, Train, Siochan Leat, the New World and Pre-Conception have been released. In 2009, her game Train won the coveted Vanguard Award at IndieCade for "pushing the boundaries of game design and showing us what games can do."


A collaboration among: Portland State University Pixel Arts Game Education Portland Indie Game Squad

This event is free and open to all.

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Tuesday
Aug 19, 2014
PDXGo Talk and Discussion Night
Esri Portland R&D Center

Gather with other Gophers for an evening of Talks and discussion around Golang! All experience levels welcome, don't forget to bring your questions.

Talks and Discussion:
Esri R&D's Geobin project. Learn how Esri wrangle gophers into displaying location data!

Reverse Q&A: Bring your questions and ask the whole group in a discussion format.

Thanks to Esri R&D for hosting us once again!

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Friday
Feb 27, 2015
"3 Year Forecast on Technology", a talk by Dr. Brent Wilson.
310 SW 4th Ave Suite 230

Join us this Friday (March 27) at The Tech Academy for a special talk by Dr. Brent Wilson (Professor of Computer Science, George Fox University) for a look into the future of technology.

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Saturday
Apr 11, 2015
Sunset Division Contest
Tektronix Bldg 38

Sometimes a Geek can learn how to speek. Come see our contest of people who have polished their speeches. Nothing to do Saturday afternoon? Come be inspired by these to practice for the next Ignite Portland or OSBridge. Free and open to public. Disclaimer: Most talks will not be technical.

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Tuesday
May 5, 2015
Calm Technology at Hand Eye Supply's Curiosity Club
Hand Eye Supply

Come to Hand Eye Supply's FORTNIGHTLY FORUM FOR THE FEARLESSLY CURIOUS!

This upcoming talk will feature Amber Case presenting on Calm Technology.

Description: We cannot interact with our everyday life in the same way we interact with a desktop computer. Technology shouldn’t require all of our attention, just some of it, and only when necessary. How can our devices take advantage of location, proximity and haptics to help improve our lives instead of get in the way? This presentation covers the history of calm technology, wearable computing, and how designers can make apps “ambient” while respecting privacy and security. We’ll look at ambient notifications, compressing information into other senses, and designing for the least amount of cognitive overhead.


Hand-Eye Supply is a work-focused supply store for creative minds located in Portland, OR. We engage with our community through our Curiosity Club speaker series and other various projects.


Amber Case is an entrepreneur and researcher helping Fortune 500 companies design, build, and think through their roadmap for connected devices. She is the former co-founder and CEO of Geoloqi, a location-based software company acquired by Esri in 2012. She spoke about the future of the interface for SXSW 2012’s keynote address, and her TED talk, “We are all cyborgs now”, has been viewed over a million times. Named one of National Geographic's Emerging Explorers, she’s been listed among Inc Magazine's 30 under 30 and featured among Fast Company’s Most Influential Women in Technology.

Case is the author of An Illustrated Dictionary of Cyborg Anthropology and Designing Calm Technology from O’Reilly Books (Fall 2015). She is a passionate advocate of privacy and the future of data ownership, and is interested in furthering the ideas of Calm Technology, wearable computing, and the future of the interface. Her current work as Managing Director of Existence at Healthways involves predictive analysis and wellness. Amber lives and works in Portland, Oregon; you can follow her on Twitter @caseorganic and learn more at caseorganic.com.


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Monday
Jun 8, 2015
FutureTalks / WWC Networking Night @ New Relic
New Relic

Women Who Code Portland Networking Night @ New Relic

› Please RSVP via Eventbrite HERE

This month, our FutureTalks speaker series is joining forces with WWC, as we host seven engineers from New Relic giving brief technical talks about their work, all emcee'd by our very own Liz Abinante, who presented at our February event. Next Monday, June 8th will be the 4th Networking Night of their series.

Speakers:

  • Alice Goldfuss - "Docker in a Flash"
  • Ashley Puls - "Why, When, and How to Measure Performance"
  • Emily Hyland - “Programming for Humans: API design as user experience design”
  • Kate Morrow - "Jelly Bean Trails and Middle-points"
  • Katherine Wu - "Moving from ActiveRecord to a Service"
  • Katie Leonard - "Upgrading Rails"
  • Zoe Kay - "Upgrading Rails"

Program:

  • 5:30-6:00 - Check-In and Networking
  • 6:00-7:30 - Lightning Talks
  • 7:30-8:00 - Wrap Up and Networking

› Doors will open at 5:30 for a 30-minute networking happy half-hour! The food, beer and drinks are provided by Bellagios and New Relic. The presentations will begin right at 6p.

› Stay tuned for the latest developments and updates on this and upcoming events by joining our Meetup group, New Relic FutureTalks PDX, and following us on Twitter @newrelic.

› FutureTalk is brought to you by New Relic in collaboration with TAO

Thursday
Aug 13, 2015
Nike Tech Talks
Nike Decathlon Club Cafe

Clear your calendar! Nike Consumer Digital Tech is hosting tech talks for the PDX tech community on August 13th. We're bringing two great speakers to the Nike campus and there will be time to network and enjoy snacks and drinks.

Real-Time Anomaly Detection Gwen Shapira / System Architect, Confluent / @gwenshap

FLP Off Your Thinking CAP Nathan Aschbacher / Lead System Architect, Visa / @n_aschbacher

RSVP and learn more at: https://niketechtalks-august2015.splashthat.com!

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Thursday
Mar 10, 2016
Ignite V7
Alberta Rose Theatre

1 mic, 5 minutes, 20 slides, 300 peers in the audience... no pressure, right?

What is Ignite? Ignite is a high-energy evening of 5-minute talks by local people who have a burning idea and the guts to get onstage and share their personal and professional passions. Quick, fun, thought-provoking, social, local, and global - Ignite is all of these and more. This Ignite is focused on all things tech.

Meet our Emcee: Alex Payne Alex Payne is an angel investor and advisor. He works with companies in Portland and around the US. Alex cofounded online banking service Simple and was previously an early employee and Platform Lead at Twitter. You can probably find him at Next Level Burger on SE Hawthorne & 41st.

Event Details: When: Thursday, March 10, 2016 Where: Alberta Rose Theatre, 3000 NE Alberta Street, Portland, OR 97211

Timeline: 5:30 PM - Doors Open 6:30 PM - Presentations Start with Intermission 9:00 PM - End of Program Food and Beverage: Pasties, snacks, sweets, beer, wine, and various non-alcoholic drinks will be available for purchase

Sponsored by: Catalyst Dev Works

Series Sponsor: Kforce

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Wednesday
May 11, 2016
Hidden in Plain Sight - Coding Careers Where You Least Expect Them
Code Fellows

Considering a career in coding, and wondering what job possibilities there are for you once you're trained up?

Come and hear from programmers who work for companies you may not immediately associate with web and software development. Portland developers from Wal-Mart, Jaguar Land Rover and a big retail company in Beaverton will tell you a bit about themselves, how they got into their current roles and what exaclty they do there. They'll then take any and all questions from the audience. Space is limited so RSVP now!

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Thursday
Dec 8, 2016
CANCELED: Nike Tech Talks
Nike Decathlon Club Cafe

This event has been canceled due to high possibility of inclement weather conditions. We're looking to reschedule James Ward's talk in early 2017.

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Join Nike Digital for the next event in our Nike Tech Talks series on Thursday, December 8th from 4:30-6:30pm!

Building Modern Data Pipelines James Ward | Principal Platform Evangelist | Salesforce.com

Our modern systems are no longer just simple CRUD apps. We now need to deal with massive, distributed, real-time data systems that ingest potentially terabytes of data, support real-time and batch analytics, do machine learning, and support a host of web and mobile app interfaces. This session will walk through architectural patterns and technologies for building these modern data pipelines. You will learn about Apache Kafka, a variety of databases, and data processing frameworks like Spark.

RSVP at: https://niketechtalksdec2016.splashthat.com.

We hope to see you at the event and encourage you to invite your colleagues. If you have any questions, please contact michelle.cassinelli@nike.com

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Thursday
Feb 9
Nike Tech Talks
Nike Decathlon Club Cafe

Join Nike Digital for the next event in our Nike Tech Talks series on Thursday, February 9th from 4:30-6:30pm!

The Shape of Revolutions: How Things Change Ellen Friedman | MapR Consultant, Author, and Apache Software Foundation Committer @ellen_friedman

There’s a revolution underway in how people work with data. For one thing, streaming data is no longer seen as a special use case – and that’s a good thing because streaming is a better fit to the way life happens. Stream-first architectures are useful even beyond real-time processing. Another big idea has to do with where data lives: the big data revolution showed us that data structures spanning more than one machine are a good thing. But a new revolution involves data structures that span more than one continent (geo-distribution) and that go from on-premise to cloud.

In this talk, Ellen will tell a few stories that show how innovation with real impact can happen, including the shift in thinking and in engineering culture that underlie successful change. We’ll look at emerging technologies and how best to use them, new designs in architecture, and flexible practices such as a microservices style that have huge implications in IoT and other large-scale analytical workflows.

RSVP: https://niketechtalksfeb2017.splashthat.com

We hope to see you at the event and encourage you to invite your colleagues. If you have any questions, please contact michelle.cassinelli@nike.com

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Tuesday
Apr 11
Self-guided learning — A survival guide
PDX Code Guild

You’re just getting started, but where exactly do you start? Should you freelance or head for corporate cover? How soon should you qualify your experience as, well, experience? How much advice should you take from so-called mentors? Is it possible to love too many things at once? Why hasn’t school made you the programming wizard you’d hoped to become?

Admit it: you’re a little intrigued. I’m going to tell you my story—the bumps and scrapes and occasional victories experienced over my nearly twenty years as a web developer. I’ve learned a few things that can hopefully help you succeed on your new self-guided journey.

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Thursday
Apr 13
Nike Tech Talks
Nike Decathlon Club Cafe

Join Nike Digital for the Nike Tech Talks on April 13th! The event will take place from 4:00 PM to 7:00 PM at the Nike Decathlon Club Cafe. Food and beverages will be served and there will be time to network before and after the talks.

Site Reliability Engineering @ Dropbox - - Tammy Butow, Site Reliability Engineering Manager at DropBox

Anatomy of a Real-Life Outage: How to Respond to Incidents Quickly, Resolve Them Effectively, and Prevent Them from Reoccurring - - Alex Solomon, CTO & Co-Founder at PagerDuty

Register at: https://niketechtalks-april2017.splashthat.com

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Thursday
May 18
Nike Tech Talks
Nike Decathlon Club Cafe

Join Nike Digital for the Nike Tech Talks on May 18th! The event will take place from 4:30 PM to 6:30 PM at the Nike Decathlon Club Cafe. Food and beverages will be served and there will be time to network before and after the talks.

Kill Your Darlings: Logs, Metrics, Dashboards and Monitoring (and why they all must go*) Charity Majors, Co-Founder & CEO of Honeycomb

Register at: https://niketechtalks-may2017.splashthat.com

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Thursday
Oct 12
Nike Tech Talks
Nike Decathlon Club Cafe

Join Nike Digital for the next event in our Nike Tech Talks series on Thursday, October 12th from 4:30 PM - 6:30 PM in the Nike Decathlon Club Cafe. 

Brandon Philips, CTO at CoreOS, will be giving a talk titled, Production Backbone: Monitoring Containerized Applications. 

Food and beverages will be served and there will be time to network before and after the talk. Learn more about the talks and RSVP today!

Questions? Contact: michelle.cassinelli@nike.com  

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Thursday
Nov 9
Nike Tech Talks
Nike Decathlon Club Cafe

Join Nike Digital for the Nike Tech Talks on November 9th!

Lisa Phillips, VP of Site Reliability Engineering at Fastly, will be giving a talk on the Incident Command protocol.

Food and beverages will be served at the event and there will be time to network before and after the talk.

Learn more and RSVP at: https://niketechtalks-nov2017.splashthat.com

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