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TechLife Cincinnati connects tech professionals with all the great technology activities and people in our TriState Region. The Circuit, Cincinnati's IT association, has teamed with other technology groups to let techies know about the great technology group meetings, educational events and networking opportunities in our region.

Upcoming events (5+)

Web Analytics Wednesday

InfoTrust, LLC

Want to learn what split testing is all about? Join Optimization Specialist, Founder and CEO at Corvus CRO, Matt Beischel, to learn all you need to know. Beischel is a multi-discipline designer and optimizer that works in the fields of experience optimization, split testing, intent marketing, and web data tracking. He has a passion for creating efficiency and growth via knowledge sharing, process automation, and information organizations and strives to provide appealing, friction-less user experience to drive his work. He runs hundreds of split tests yearly and applies the intelligence he has gained from those tests to develop testing plans which dramatically lift website conversion. Split testing (AKA A/B testing, bucket testing, multivariate testing, etc.) is the process of presenting two variations of user experience (ie. a web page, app UI, email campaign, etc.) and comparing the performance metrics of those variations when they are presented to users. Beischel provides a simple example to give a basic understanding of what the event will entail. Here’s his example: the call-to-action button on the landing page for a marketing campaign says "Sign up Now", but you wonder if changing it to "Start Your Free trial!" may generate more sign-ups. You can set up a split test so that half of the people coming to the page see version A (Sign up Now) and the other half see version B (Start Your Free Trial!) and track how many sign-ups each version receives over a period of time. Whichever version gets more sign-ups is the "winner" and can now be implemented. Anything that users see or interact with can be tested and optimized. So what are you waiting for? Join us for food, drinks and a whole lot of data! Registration is free, so don’t miss it! Agenda 5:00pm - 5:30pm Networking (food and drinks provided by InfoTrust) 5:30pm - 6:00pm Presentation 6:00 - End Q&A

Amazon Web Services Monthly Meetup

MAX Technical Training

• What we'll do Monthly topics surround AWS technologies. • What to bring Your favorite note taking app or old-school notebook. An AWS account if you want to follow along. • Important to know Where: Max Training, Mason Date: Thursday, Dec 14,[masked]:00 PM - Food and networking 6:30 - 8:30 PM - AWS Presentation and Demos

CINPA Monthly Meeting

Cincinnati State Technical & Community College: Work Force Development Center (Evendale)

Cincinnati Networking Professionals Association - CINPA Monthly Meeting - Typically we have an IT Industry professional present on a subject of interest. Oftentimes these are hardware, software or services vendors. We usually take a break half way through the evening for a pizza (etc.) socializing time. Specific meeting information can be found at CINPA website (http://www.cinpa.org)

Cincy Functional Programmers

Pinnacle Solutions Group, Inc

Functional Programmers Group meets 2nd Tuesday of each month. The meeting starts at 6:30 – Food is not usually provided, but feel free to bring you own. http://cincyfp.wordpress.com/ Twitter: @cincyfp

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CiNPA - Security SIG

Pictoria Tower Conference Center

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