• August MaptimePDX with Portland Accessibility & UX group

    Esri Portland R&D Center

    This is a placeholder event, please RSVP at http://www.meetup.com/MaptimePDX/events/224105088/

  • Civic Presentation Night - Accessibility and Gov't Policies

    Esri Portland R&D Center

    To kick of the Summer of Accessibility 2015, the Portland Accessibility and User Experience Meetup and Code for Portland are co-hosting a meetup. We will bring together civic hackers, accessibility experts, and creative problem solvers to discuss how we as a community can improve accessibility in Portland. Speakers Alex Li from Microsoft will be joining us to share his extensive experience in global accessibility policies and technical standards development. He is a leader in his field and has successfully brought together business partners, government entities, and standards organizations. Catherine Nikolovski is founder and Executive Director of HackOregon, a community-powered non-profit building civic data projects to promote engagement, awareness, and quality of life. She'll be speaking about design and data in her talk "Designing for Engagement: how to ask data to speak human." Agenda 6:00 - 6:30 Networking 6:30 - 6:40 Welcome, Intros, and Announcements 6:40 - 7:50 Presentations and Discussion 7:50 - 8:00 Closing Comments All attendees of Code for Portland events agree to follow the Code of Conduct (http://www.codeforportland.org/code-of-conduct/). Find out more about Code for Portland at codeforportland.org (http://www.codeforportland.org/). Please text or call[masked] if you need help getting in.

  • SE Civic Study Hall

    Bare Bones Cafe

    Work on a project in the company of others! This is an unstructured get-together to give people a chance to work on that thing they said they wanted to work on but never have time to work on. Laptops, paper, pens, or other working materials recommended. All participants of Civic Study Hall agree to follow the Code of Conduct (http://www.codeforportland.org/code-of-conduct/). Find out more about Code for Portland at codeforportland.org (http://www.codeforportland.org/).

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  • SE Civic Study Hall

    Bare Bones Cafe

    Work on a project in the company of others! This is an unstructured get-together to give people a chance to work on that thing they said they wanted to work on but never have time to work on. Laptops, paper, pens, or other working materials recommended. All participants of Civic Study Hall agree to follow the Code of Conduct (http://www.codeforportland.org/code-of-conduct/). Find out more about Code for Portland at codeforportland.org (http://www.codeforportland.org/).

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  • SE Civic Study Hall

    Albina Press

    Work on a project in the company of others! This is an unstructured get-together to give people a chance to work on that thing they said they wanted to work on but never have time to work on. Laptops, paper, pens, or other working materials recommended. All participants of Civic Study Hall agree to follow the Code of Conduct (http://www.codeforportland.org/code-of-conduct/). Find out more about Code for Portland at codeforportland.org (http://www.codeforportland.org/).

  • HackOregon: Community Kick-off Meeting

    TaborSpace

    Hack Oregon and Innovate Oregon are combining forces to launch their most ambitious season of summer projects yet. See http://www.meetup.com/datastorytelling/events/223477539/ for the full details!

  • SE Civic Study Hall

    Bare Bones Cafe

  • SE Civic Study Hall

    Bare Bones Cafe

    Work on a project in the company of others! This is an unstructured get-together to give people a chance to work on that thing they said they wanted to work on but never have time to work on. Laptops, paper, pens, or other working materials recommended. All participants of Civic Study Hall agree to follow the Code of Conduct (http://www.codeforportland.org/code-of-conduct/). Find out more about Code for Portland at codeforportland.org (http://www.codeforportland.org/).

  • SE Civic Study Hall

    Bare Bones Cafe

    Work on a project in the company of others! This is an unstructured get-together to give people a chance to work on that thing they said they wanted to work on but never have time to work on. Laptops, paper, pens, or other working materials recommended. All participants of Civic Study Hall agree to follow the Code of Conduct (http://www.codeforportland.org/code-of-conduct/). Find out more about Code for Portland at codeforportland.org (http://www.codeforportland.org/).

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  • SE Civic Study Hall

    Bare Bones Cafe

    Work on a project in the company of others! This is an unstructured get-together to give people a chance to work on that thing they said they wanted to work on but never have time to work on. Laptops, paper, pens, or other working materials recommended. All participants of Civic Study Hall agree to follow the Code of Conduct (http://www.codeforportland.org/code-of-conduct/). Find out more about Code for Portland at codeforportland.org (http://www.codeforportland.org/).

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