Black Lodge Research

What: February Seattle Locksport and DC206 Meeting
When: Feb 17, 2019 (3rd Sundays), 11:00am-~4:00pm
Where: Black Lodge Research
Who: (Dr0m3, Hattz, DarkDiesel, Dune, Panic, and the DC206 community)
Chef of the Month: Hattz

11:00am-1:00pm: Seattle Locksport
1:00pm-?: DC206 Meeting Presentation (usually 1-2hrs)
Post-presentation: BBQ begins

DC206 Meeting Presentation:

Exploring PowerShell, Episode II: When in doubt, run in circles, scream and shout!
by Dr0m3 (and Potato)

Previously exploring the history of PowerShell and its evolution into an OS agnostic scripting tool, this next presentation focuses on its applied use in the landscape of penetration testing.

Introducing some of the "tools" within the Nishang and Empire modules, we will be exploring some of the use cases for these tools as part of an attack chain.
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Stephen (Potato) won't be able to make the presentation this time, but we are hoping to still continue this as a series (with the both of us)--as long as you guys want us back for more :).

Black Lodge Research hackerspace hosts a monthly event with two adjacent user groups: Seattle Locksport and the DC206 Meeting. Seattle Locksport's monthly Eastside event takes place immediately before the monthly DC206 Meeting. DC206 Meeting is the monthly meetup of the Seattle-area DEF CON community. Locksport takes place 11:00-1:00. The DC206 Meeting takes place immediately after Seattle Locksport, starting at 1:00pm. BBQ begins after the DC206 Meeting presentation ends.
This month the chef will be Hattz. We're planning hamburgers and some brats. We'd welcome some additional dishes, as well as some decent hard ciders and beers

This event will be videotaped by Panic. During event, remote users can interactively ask questions to speaker. You'll need to sign in to Google
Chat on the below Youtube URL. If you cannot attend, here's the URL for the live streaming (and afterward, a copy of the video):
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tr4hu63l0tw

DC206:
https://dc206.org/
http://lists.dc206.org/listinfo.cgi/list-dc206.org

Seattle Locksport:
https://twitter.com/LockpickSeattle
https://www.meetup.com/Seattle-Lockpicking/

Black Lodge Research:
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The Junior Dev Struggle Bus

Come hang out, code, and mingle in a bootcamp open lab style learning environment right back at the nerdiest of coffee houses, Wayward Coffee. Ask for help thats needed for your projects, portfolio, or super edgy implementation of a Binary Search Tree. Please do not disturb anybody thats wired in (headphones in, do not disturb).

We often have in attendance a handful of senior dev’s, the official JDSB career coach Roger L Harris, and possibly some recruiters out for fresh blood.

Please be the best versions of yourselves and only RSVP if you actually show up to the event. If you RSVP and something comes up, no problemo, honor your word by changing your status to ‘not coming’.

From the feedback I’ve received, JDSB now has a slack channel to provide coding help and career opportunities in between events. Join and stay tuned! The more people that join this the better the help everyone will be able to get. I will make sure to pass this channel along to the senior devs I’m in contact with. Lastly I have had a lot of people reach out to me providing job opportunities for you folks! When I find a moment I will make sure to post them in the slack channel:

https://join.slack.com/t/jdsb/shared_invite/enQtNDc3OTA1OTYzMTcxLWFmNDlkODlhNzUwODk0ODg1NmNhNTNhNDViNTBkNWUwODgyYTc3NDI0OTYwOTQzZTFiNGVmOWYxMjBkNWQ0NGY

DemocracyLab

This month we'll be celebrating the completion of Code Fellows Community Programming Night project cycle. More info here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/community-hack-night-final-celebration-tickets-54362194788?aff=websiteeventcalendar

DemocracyLab (http://www.democracylab.org) is a nonprofit organization creating an open source platform connecting skilled volunteers with technology projects that serve the public good. We believe that making this connection more efficient will result in better civic technologies, more engaged citizens, and more efficient and accountable institutions.

Learn to Code | Thinkful Seattle

***Please RSVP on Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/thinkful-webinar-getting-started-in-data-science-tickets-55413133173?aff=Meetup ***

Data Science has been called everything from the “Best Job in America” to “The Sexiest Job of the 21st Century.” Attend our intro to the most in-demand field in tech and learn what “becoming a data scientist” can mean for you.

We'll start by walking through the ways data scientists impact companies. Next, we'll dive deep into the day-to-day of a data scientist, broken down by the 4 main types: Researchers, AI or automation gurus, statisticians, and super analysts. By the end, you'll know what data scientists are, why the job is so in-demand, and how you can get hired in the field.

***Once you register on Eventbrite, you will receive a confirmation email with the link to the webinar.***

Bothell Web Developers Meetup

• What we'll do
Our weekly meetup at Bravata Beauty and Bar in Mill Creek. We will be working on projects and talking about code. This is a good chance to share new ideas and get some coding done on that project you have been meaning to do. Please make sure to RSVP if you plan to attend and let us know if you can not make it as seats are limited.

* How to find us.
The main building is a hair salon. We are in the hair salon, directly to the left of the entrance.

I will have a small double-sided green sign at the table I'm sitting at. One side says "Code && Caffiene" the other side says "C && C". I will put out this sign between 5:30 and 5:40PM to help early comers find me.

There is also parking behind the clock tower that is opposite of the fitness center.

Disclaimer: This is not a recruitment event. We welcome developers and aspiring developers to come and talk shop or work on projects. As seats are limited and we wish to keep the talk on topic, we request that non-technical members and recruiters do not attend. We have discussion forums for project/job postings and a place to ask the group questions.

Seattle Java User's Group (http://www.seajug.org)

With the new late binding of features to a release, we no longer have a Java road-map that calls out what features will come out in the next releases. We do have many interesting projects in OpenJDK that Oracle and others in the community are working on “for some future release”. Come get a high-level overview of the most-interesting and most-innovative projects that might deliver features to a version in the near future. We will also discuss how some new practices try to balance the need for evolving the platform with trying to keep older code running on newer versions.

Aurelio García-Ribeyro is a Director of Product Management for the Java Platform Group at Oracle

He has been involved in the development of the JDK since JDK 7. He is a frequent presenter at JavaOne, Oracle Code One, and with Java User Groups and Oracle Customers. Aurelio's role includes making sure that groups within Oracle that use the JDK are well informed of changes as well as explaining the most relevant features and enhancements in upcoming releases. He has received a JavaOne Rock Star Award.

Aurelio joined Oracle in 2010 through the Sun Microsystems acquisition. He joined Sun in 2008. Before moving to California he worked in Workforce Management and Telecommunications in Florida.

Aurelio holds a BS in Systems Engineering from Universidad de Lima, and an MBA from MIT Sloan.

General Assembly Seattle

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Have you ever considered starting a podcast for yourself or your business? Take this class to find out where to start, what you need and how to go about growing your audience.

Podcasts can be anything from an integral part of the overall digital marketing strategy to a personal journey that shares your wisdom and experiences through the spoken word. It is the best way known to establish rapport with your audience and show off the real you.

Podcasting allows us to extend our real selves to the whole world. In fact to anyone who would listen. When we are in front of a microphone, there is nowhere to hide. We are who we are. Very soon every business, large or small will need a podcast to get the message out. Hence the reason why podcasts are gaining in popularity, while other methods are losing credibility.

ProductTank Seattle

>> THEME: PRODUCT LEADERSHIP
We are very excited to kickoff the first ProductTank of 2019 with Darren Austin, who will be introducing us to product leadership by sharing his experience coming into the OneNote team at MS and what he did to build a new culture around product management for that team. See below for Darren's bio.

>> SPONSOR: Bridge Partners Consulting
https://www.bridgepartnersconsulting.com/

Bridge Partners is a people-focused, customer-driven consulting firm that helps organizations drive growth, adapt to change, and create enterprise value. Bridge is actively seeking to connect great people with opportunities in product ownership, product management, and program management.

>> EVENT SCHEDULE:
1. Networking: 6:00 - 6:45pm
2. Speaker: 6:45 - 7:15pm
3. Q&A: 7:15 - 7:30pm
4. Further Networking: 7:30 - 8:30pm

> SPEAKER BIO
Darren is a consumer product exec whose career has focused on pioneering many of the innovations that form the background of user experiences today - including mobile apps, social messaging, location-based products, and cloud services. In addition to having led product teams at various start ups, he helped start Amazon's first mobile product initiative in 1999, introduced the first instant messaging app for the iPhone in 2008 (Mobile AIM & ICQ), and helped start the mobile product team at Expedia in 2010. Darren is active in the Seattle-area startup community and recently began co-producing a podcast called The Better Show with two close friends.

https://www.darrengaustin.com/

>> EVENT VENUE DETAILS:
This event is hosted at

8th + Olive
720 Olive Way, Seattle, WA 98101
1st floor training room

Directions: From the main lobby, go towards the elevators and the room is on the right hand side, directly after the elevators.

Learn to Code Seattle

Register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/galvanize-software-engineering-immersive-info-session-seattle-tickets-54954304805

What to Bring:
Questions about Hack Reactor at Galvanize, our courses, and programming!

About Galvanize:
Galvanize is the premier dynamic learning community for technology. With campuses located in booming technology sectors throughout the country, Galvanize provides a community for each the following:

Education – part-time and full-time training in web development, data science, and data engineering

Workspace – whether you’re a freelancer, startup, or established business, we provide beautiful spaces with a community dedicated to supporting your company’s growth

Networking – events in the tech industry happen constantly in our campuses, ranging from popular Meetups to multi-day international conferences

Seattle Modern Excel+Power BI User Group (MEUG)

Yes, that’s right. We had to cancel the original time slot but we could get the same room and speaker for February 19th. So, come and join us - I am looking forward to see you next week.

Topic: The Four Modes of Power BI Desktop
Speaker: Peter Myers

Description:
Power BI Desktop is a versatile tool that can be used for modeling and reporting. When a model already exists, the tool can be used to simply develop a report which sources the model. However, when a model is required, it provides three development choices: Import, DirectQuery and Composite (in preview). In this presentation, the four Power BI Desktop modes will be introduced, described and demonstrated. Also, guidance will be provided to help you choose the appropriate mode for your project.

In this presentation, you will learn:
• How to develop a Live Connection report
• How to develop an import model
• How to develop a DirectQuery model
• How to develop a Composite model
• How to determine the appropriate Power BI Desktop mode for your project

Peter's bio:
Peter Myers is a consultant, trainer and presenter from Melbourne, Australia. He has worked with Microsoft database and development products since 1997. Today he specializes in all Microsoft Business Intelligence products and also authors training course content for Microsoft products and services. He has a broad business background supported by a bachelor’s degree in applied economics and accounting, and he extends this with extensive experience backed by current MCSE certifications. He has been a Data Platform MVP since 2007.

Learn to Code | Thinkful Seattle

*** Please RSVP on Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/apis-crud-rest-and-other-buzzwords-tickets-54563061586?aff=Meetup ***

Curious about API’s but intimidated by all the jargon? During this workshop, we will demystify these powerful tools and you will even build your first API by the time you leave!

Suggested Experience Level:
Intermediate - some programming knowledge will be helpful

What to Bring:
Laptop - this will ensure you get the most out of this workshop
Water bottle

How to find us: Pioneer Collective
The event will be held at the Pioneer Collective located at 100 S King St #100, Seattle, WA 98104. Upon entering the space, the meeting room will be directly in front of you in the far back. Street parking is available and there is a parking lot 1 block away on Occidental Ave S.

If event is sold out, please contact Community Manager: Stephanie ([masked])

Sponsored by Thinkful:
This workshop is proudly sponsored by Thinkful, the #1 rated coding boot camp on CourseReport. Thinkful is a new type of school that brings high-growth tech careers to ambitious people everywhere. Thinkful provides 1-on-1 learning through its network of industry experts, hiring partners, and online platform to deliver a structured and flexible education. To join the Thinkful network, visit thinkful.com.

General Assembly Seattle

*** THIS IS A PAID WORKSHOP. REGISTER VIA https://ga.co/2Gt87CX ***

Most things around us came from an idea, but ideas are abstract - intangible thoughts, that need to be broken down through several layers of abstraction before they become a tangible reality.

Software developers, UX designers, entrepreneurs, business owners, product managers and leaders will find great benefits in learning how to use a Framework for Information Architecture that will allow them to understand, clarify and reconcile vast ideas from different stakeholders in an organization eager to build digital solutions that will respond to the needs of clients and end users, while still achieving your business goals.

*** THIS IS A PAID WORKSHOP. REGISTER VIA https://ga.co/2Gt87CX ***

Bothell Web Developers Meetup

Our Weekly meetup at Cafe Ladro in Bothell.  We will be working on projects and talking about code.  This is a good chance to share new ideas and get some coding done on that project you have been meaning to do. 

Please make sure to RSVP if you plan to attend and let us know if you can not make it as seats are limited.  We use the information in the RSVP question to prep for the meetup so please do not skip it.

Disclaimer: This is not a recruitment event. We welcome developers and aspiring developers to come and talk shop or work on projects.  As seats are limited and we wish to keep the talk on topic, we request that non-technical members and recruiters do not attend.  We have discussion forums for project / job postings and a place to ask the group questions.***

Learn to Code Seattle

Register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/javascript-functions-scope-tickets-54952170421

At this workshop series you will solidify your understanding of Fundamental JavaScript, furthering your knowledge and better preparing you for our Technical Interview. WE WILL BE REVIEWING 4 DIFFERENT CONCEPTS EACH MONTH (then starting over)

1 - JavaScript101 1/9/19

2 - JavaScript Mini Bootcamp Fundamentals I 1/12/19

3 - Functions and Scopes 1/23/19

4 - JavaScript Mini Bootcamp Fundamentals II 1/26/19

You'll learn how to tackle some of the biggest challenges faced by those learning JavaScript. This is a highly interactive course that uses exercises and projects to drive home these JavaScript Fundamentals.

Register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/javascript-functions-scope-tickets-54952170421

Topics covered:

JavaScript101 and How to compose and use functions in JavaScript

The mechanics of functions in JavaScript

How local and global scoping works

How the scope chain affects how you build JavaScript programs

Who this workshop is for:

This workshop is for beginners with limited JavaScript experience.

Optional Prep:

Udacity's Intro to JavaScript course (estimated 10-12 hours to complete) https://www.udacity.com/course/intro-to-javascript--ud803

Gordon Zhu’s Watch and Code up to and including “Interlude - Data types and comparisons” https://watchandcode.com/

First four chapters of Eloquent JavaScript http://eloquentjavascript.net/

What to bring:

Students will need to bring their own laptops! Windows, Mac or Linux will do it!

About Galvanize

Galvanize is the premiere dynamic learning community for technology. With campuses located in booming technology sectors throughout the country, Galvanize provides a community for each the following:

Education – part-time and full-time training in web development, data science, and data engineering

Workspace – whether you’re a freelancer, startup, or established business, we provide beautiful spaces with a community dedicated to supporting your company’s growth

Networking – events in the tech industry happen constantly in our campuses, ranging from popular Meetups to multi-day international conferences

To learn more about Galvanize, visit galvanize.com.

Learn to Code Seattle

This is a paid course learn more and register here: https://www.galvanize.com/seattle/data-science-fundamentals

Interested in learning more data science? In this six-week part-time course, you’ll learn how to program for the field in Python and be better prepared to learn data science like a professional.

This workshop is for analysts, product managers, statisticians, business managers, and anyone else with little to no exposure to Python. It is taught by Galvanize's data science instructors and supported by the broader community.

What You’ll Learn / Takeaway:
Whether you’ve programmed in other languages or Python is your first, this class will teach you the nuances of Python and how to use them to your advantage in your data science projects. Here’s what you’ll learn:

Environment Setup
Data Scientist Workflow
Ins and Outs of Coding Pythonically
Object Oriented Programming
Popular Data Science Libraries including Matplotlib, Pandas, Numpy, Sklearn
Who Should Take this Class?
For those of you interested in learning to program in Python, so you may be better prepared for self-study in data science, this course will help you get up to speed.

Those of you who are interested in gaining the skills required for admittance to the Seattle Data Science Immersive. This course is designed to help you meet that bar.

Prerequisites:
A desire to learn.

Note: Previous programming experience can be helpful but not necessary.

Setup (please have this in advance):
• Bring your laptop and power cable - strong preference for macs or linux.**

• Install Anaconda with Python version 3.7 on your machine: http://docs.continuum.io/anaconda/install.html
• Install a text editor: https://code.visualstudio.com/
• If you have trouble with installation, we will assist on the first day.

**Instructors may not have the expertise to assist with troubleshooting on windows machines, and machines that do not use the above-mentioned computer specs.

Weekly Agenda
Mondays & Wednesdays, 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Week 1: February 20th

Week 2: February 25th and February 27th

Week 3: March 4th and March 6th

Week 4: March 11th and March 13th

Week 5: March 18th and March 20th

Week 6: March 25th and March 27th

Full Course Outline:

Week 1:

First class: Introduction to Git, GitHub, Unix, downloading software (Anaconda, Git, Atom)

Second class: Variable Assignment, Variable Declaration, Loops, Control Flow, Logic

Week 2:

First Class: Introduction to Python Data structures, Python Libraries, Lists, Strings

Second class: Tuples, Dictionaries, and Sets

Week 3:

First class: Functions and Scope
Second Class: Lab 1: Linking it all together

Week 4:

First class: Object Oriented Programming (OOP)

Second Class: More OOP

Week 5:

First Class: Lab 2 – OOP

Second class: Introduction to Pandas, DataFrames

Week 6:

First class: Lab 2 – OOP

Second class: Tying it all together

Cost of the entire course: $1,900.00 + Eventbrite registration fees.

Questions?

For questions about this part-time course and our Data Science Immersive program, please email our Enrollment Officer, Lauren Lark at [masked].

Refund Policy

-Cancel more than 48 hours before first class: Full Refund (minus processing fee).
-Cancel within the first week: Charged for 1 day of class, and reimbursed the remaining fees paid for the workshop.
-Cancel after first week: Can apply cost to different program, no refund.

This is a paid course learn more and register here: https://www.galvanize.com/seattle/data-science-fundamentals

Learn to Code | Thinkful Seattle

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What is a Data Scientist? What is Big Data? Wondering if you're qualified to start a career in this field?

We'll cover the emergence of big data and what it means to be a data scientist. We'll walk you through how to get the skills to become a data scientist, and focus on the different jobs that will be open to you once you've mastered the skill set.

Suggested Experience Level:
Beginner - no previous coding experience needed

What to Bring:
Come armed with questions, this is your opportunity to find out everything you need to know about beginning your career in tech.

How to find us: Pioneer Collective
The event will be held at the Pioneer Collective located at 100 S King St #100, Seattle, WA 98104. Upon entering the space, the meeting room will be directly in front of you in the far back. Street parking is available and there is a parking lot 1 block away on Occidental Ave S.

If event is sold out, please contact Community Manager: Stephanie ([masked])

Sponsored by Thinkful:
This workshop is proudly sponsored by Thinkful, the #1 rated coding boot camp on CourseReport. Thinkful is a new type of school that brings high-growth tech careers to ambitious people everywhere. Thinkful provides 1-on-1 learning through its network of industry experts, hiring partners, and online platform to deliver a structured and flexible education. To join the Thinkful network, visit thinkful.com.

Angular Seattle

Angular Seattle is on the East side this month, thanks to T-Mobile for hosting! We've got a great set of talks lined up, so don't miss it!

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🎮Angular Console - Architecting a cross platform application
- Dan Muller, Nrwl

I’m just an ex-Googler, who spent the last couple of years helping teams at Google build over a dozen Angular applications. I also contribute to Angular’s ABC initiative (the Eagle can vouch for me). My likes include long walks on the beach, crisp 60fps web animations and incremental build systems. My dislikes include celery. Mostly celery.

🧙Percy: Configuration As Code Editor - a new Open Source project from T-Mobile
- Kendrick Burson, T-Mobile

Kendrick is a Principal Engineer at T-Mobile with over 20 years in the industry. Kendrick currently leads development teams at T-Mobile in creating a new architecture for Angular SPAs integrated with a Commercial CMS system. Kendrick has been working with the Angular/js framework since 2012 and is now more enthusiastic than ever on the future of web development.

📖 Take control of your docs with Compodoc
🌲Visualize your dependency tree with ng rev
- Siva Sareddu, T-Mobile

Siva is a Senior Engineer, Full Stack developer (Java, Node JS, Angular and Vue) with 12 years of experience in design and development.

Learn to Code | Thinkful Seattle

***Please RSVP on Eventbrite (Event listed in Eastern time on Eventbrite): https://www.eventbrite.com/e/thinkful-online-info-session-becoming-a-data-analyst-tickets-55671919209?aff=meetup ***

Interested in becoming a Data Analyst? Now’s your chance to learn what a Data Analyst does - from statistics to analysis, to visualizations. Join us and learn more about Thinkful’s flexible Data Analytics program. This program is designed to help those with no prior experience in data or technology land their first full-time job as a data analyst - at a flexible pace and without having to quit your current job!

Suggested Experience Level:
No experience needed

What to Bring:
Come armed with questions, this is your opportunity to find out everything you need to know about beginning your career as a Data Analyst.

***Once you register on Eventbrite, you will receive a confirmation with the link to the webinar.***

Seattle JS

SeattleJS is Seattle's biggest monthly JavaScript meetup. Come hang out with a diverse group of frontend developers and see some interesting talks!

6-6:30pm: Networking
6:30-8:30pm: Talks
Afterwards, we'll walk over to a nearby establishment for social hour.

A big thank you to Code Fellows who are hosting us. Please read their code of conduct - all attendees are expected to follow it.
https://github.com/codefellows/code-of-conduct

Thank you also to Formidable who are sponsoring food and drinks.

TALKS

Designing Data-Driven Visualizations using D3.js
by Amber Hoak

There comes a point when drawing data visualizations with simple charting libraries where they no longer suit your needs. Suppose you need to add a median line or add a subcategory on your bar chart. Simple operations like these may not be supported. D3.js is drawing library that allows you to explicitly define SVG implementations and is a powerful tool in creating complex visuals like graphs. This allows you greater freedom to design custom visuals. D3 has a nontrivial learning curve but this interactive presentation will go over D3 design patterns, working with SVG, and making it sparkle with animation. These are concepts that you will be able to incorporate into future projects to create custom data visuals.

My name is Amber and I am a Software Engineer at Microsoft Research. My work focuses on data management, analysis, and visualization. I mainly work on creating custom interfaces to show the intersection between artificial intelligence and business intelligence. I design data visualizations to provide insight in large scale datasets and user-experience flows.

https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/research/people/amhoak/
https://github.com/ahoak

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Extend Office 365 with the Office JavaScript APIs
by Doug Mahugh & Kim Brandl

Did you know that you can build solutions that extend Microsoft Office applications and interact with content in Office documents, using the web technologies you already know and use every day? In this talk, we’ll look at how you can use JavaScript to build an Office add-in that’ll run on Windows, Mac, Office Online, iOS, or Android. Topics to be covered include add-in architecture, how to learn the Office JS APIs with Script Lab, and how to create an add-in project using the Yeoman Generator for Office Add-ins.

Doug Mahugh and Kim Brandl are content developers on the Office Platform team at Microsoft, where they’re responsible for creating samples, demos, tutorials, and technical guidance to help JavaScript developers build Office Add-ins. They have spoken on Office development and related topics at Microsoft Ignite, Build, and other developer events.

https://twitter.com/dmahugh
https://github.com/dmahugh
https://twitter.com/kbrandl22
https://github.com/kbrandl
https://developer.microsoft.com/en-us/office

Seattle Drupal User's Group (SeaDUG)

(Cross-posted from https://groups.drupal.org/node/534817)

Agenda

• Introductions
• Announcements
• Drupal news
• Presentations and discussions
- Expecto Patronum: Harry Potter and the Linux Command Line
- TBD
• Post-meeting socializing

Details

Expecto Patronum: Harry Potter and the Linux Command Line
Charlie Jackson will explain how Linux commands are like grown-up versions of Harry Potter spells and demonstrate a variety of powerful Linux command-line approaches to solving nasty Drupal problems. This will be an abbreviated preview of his upcoming session at DrupalCon Seattle.

TBD
If you have a suggestion for a demo or discussion, please add a comment or contact me.

Sponsor

Meeting space, food, and beverages are provided by Slalom.

Staff Picks

Young Professionals Seattle

Thompson Hotel

Marina


July 26, 2016


Tech Crawl

Casey, Larry


July 28, 2016


No actual pubs guys. Stops include: Outreach.io, Google and Thinkspace

Dribble

Beth


July 21, 2016


Cohorts

Schedule of Deliverables

Assignment Notes Due Date
Individual - Submit your Brand Statements! Think about what your strengths in your past jobs are and how they can apply to your new life as a web developer. Please submit before 9am on the due date 20 Jul
Pods - Review Brand Statements! Review the brand statements of all your pod members by 9am on the due date. 25 Jul
Individual - Resumes round 2 Create a formatted version of your resume and save the link in your profile by 9am on the due date. If you need help, get resume writting tips from the Outcomes ppt. 21 Jul

Schedule of Deliverables

Assignment Notes Due Date
Individual - Submit your Brand Statements! Think about what your strengths in your past jobs are and how they can apply to your new life as a web developer. Please submit before 9am on the due date 21 Jul
Pods - Review Brand Statements! Review the brand statements of all your pod members by 9am on the due date. 25 Jul
Individual - Add the link to your resume Create a formatted version of your resume and save the link in your profile by 9am on the due date. If you need help, get resume writting tips from the Outcomes ppt. 27 Jul

WDITEST

Schedule of Deliverables

Assignment Notes Due Date