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  • Agile Cincinnati

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    How to Spot 3 Levels of Leadership in the Wild Join us for 90 minutes of training and practice spotting at least 3 species of Leaders in their native habitat: the Wild. Can a tiger or tigress change her stripes? The correct answer is: Only if she really, really wants to. Project Brilliant Agile Coaches Jon Jorgensen and Diana Williams will be your guides on a safari through the Leadership Agility model that business Leaders use for their personal development. It’s a brief learning journey and petting zoo mash-up you won’t want to miss. You’ll be using your mic, web-cam, Zoom breakout rooms, hand signs and hyper-links for experiential learning. So, get your computer rig ready to reliably support you from a noise-free environment. Boots and pith helmets are optional. Jon Jorgensen is trained, certified, and broadly experienced in coaching workers to leverage Systems Thinking in helping people outperform their prior selves. He speaks publicly about his 25 years of experience, with no signs of stopping. He loves improv. Please be sure to register on Eventbrite to receive a Zoom link: http://agilecincinnati.eventbrite.com/ We're a non-profit group focused on serving the Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky Agile communities. More details: http://www.agilecincy.org/

  • Cincy Functional Programmers

    8035 Hosbrook Rd

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

  • CinJUG: Java User's Group

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    Details: Sten Ruppert will be presenting "Custom JUnit5 Test Engines" JUnit5 has been out for some time now, but what are the hidden pearls you can find inside the new Junit Platform? This session explores the possibilities, from @Test over custom extensions up to your own TestEngine. The presentation shows you how to manage a full-stack test in different flavours, based on the JUnit5 possibilities. The main focus is on the development of a custom TestEngine to support project-specific needs. After this, you’ll have all the bits and bytes you need for starting your journey with JUnit5. BIO: Sven Ruppert: Sven is working as Developer Advocate for Jfrog and coding Java since 1996 in industrial projects. He was working over 15 years as a consultant worldwide in industries like Automotive, Space, Insurance, Banking, UN and WorldBank. He is regularly speaking at Conferences and Meetups worldwide and contributes to IT periodicals, as well as tech portals. Additional to his main topic DevSecOps he is working on Mutation Testing of Web apps and Distributed UnitTesting besides his evergreen topics Core Java and Kotlin. Site Sponsor: Callibrity - www.callibrity.com Join Zoom Meeting Topic: CinJUG July 2020 Time: Jul 15,[masked]:30 AM Eastern Time (US and Canada) Join Zoom Meeting https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81436681904?pwd=d1BLSCtEMStYVGtZaTNXSGY4MUI1UT09 Meeting ID:[masked] Password:[masked] One tap mobile [masked],,[masked]#,,,,0#,,729584# US (Chicago) [masked],,[masked]#,,,,0#,,729584# US (New York) Dial by your location [masked] US (Chicago) [masked] US (New York) [masked] US (Germantown) [masked] US (Houston) [masked] US (San Jose) [masked] US (Tacoma) Meeting ID:[masked] Password:[masked] Find your local number: https://us02web.zoom.us/u/kcK5aAStga Cinjug links: https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/cinjug https://plus.google.com/u/0/communities/102335575810446164227?cfem=1

  • Ruby Brigade

    708 Walnut St

    Each month we will discuss what's up in the world of Ruby and Rails. There will be a short talk on a topic. Bring your project and share it with the group for input and feedback. http://cincyrb.com/ https://twitter.com/#!/cincinnatirb

  • CiNPA - Security SIG

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    The Pentester Blueprint: A Guide to Becoming a Pentester Speaker: Phillip Wylie Twitter: https://twitter.com/PhillipWylie Abstract: Pentesting or ethical hacking as it is more commonly known has become a much sought-after job by people in IT, InfoSec, or those just trying to get into the industry. In this presentation, Phillip Wylie shares the blueprint for becoming a pentester. The presentation combines Phillip’s experience as a pentester and ethical hacking instructor to give attendees a guide on how to pursue a career as a pentester. Phillip shares what has worked for his students and people that he has mentored over his years as a pentester. This presentation covers the knowledge and skills needed to become a pentester as well as the steps to achieve them. Bio: Phillip Wylie is the Senior Red Team Lead for a global consumer products company, Adjunct Instructor at Richland College, and The Pwn School Project founder. Phillip has over 22 years of experience with the last 8 years spent as a pentester. Phillip has a passion for mentoring and education. His passion motivated him to start teaching and founding The Pwn School Project a monthly educational meetup focusing on cybersecurity and ethical hacking. Phillip teaches Ethical Hacking and Web Application Pentesting at Richland College in Dallas, TX. Phillip is a co-host for The Uncommon Journey podcast. Phillip holds the following certifications; CISSP, NSA-IAM, OSCP, GWAPT. About Us: The CiNPA Security SIG is the Cincinnati Networking Professionals Association Security Special Interest Group. We meet monthly on the third Thursday of each month starting at 6:30 p.m. The CiNPA Security SIG's monthly meeting format typically consists of one or two main monthly meeting topics featuring live presentations or demonstrations promoting open and interactive group discussions. Our focus is primarily on the defensive side of information security, but we delve into all other areas of cyber-security as well. Information security news, announcements, and round-table discussions follow our main meeting topics. Attendee Benefits: • Attendance qualifies for 2 hours of CPE or CEU credit towards certification renewals • Maintaining awareness of new vulnerabilities and exploits • Learning about the latest security tools, utilities, products, services, solutions, strategies, techniques, frameworks, and best practices • Sharing of information regarding trends concerning enterprise systems and technology • Hearing announcements of upcoming area security conferences and events • Networking with peers in the local Information Security (InfoSec) community

  • CinTUG

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    New Group! CinTUG is a community of experts, enthusiasts, and casual users who seek to share experiences and knowledge about Microsoft Teams. We meet on the 3rd Tuesday of each month – virtually for now. For our July meeting: Project management tools can be great for managing tasks, but what about collaboration on all aspects of a project? Microsoft Teams has a solution for your project management needs. Learn about the best practices for security, governance, and how Teams can fill the gaps found in traditional project management applications. Using Teams with integrated tools can improve collaboration functionality, create centralized visibility on project tasks, collaboration with external entities and partners, access to files from numerous information sources, permission management, access to the project artifacts, and mobile application capabilities. Join us for an evening featuring Centric Consulting’s Enterprise Collaboration Teamwork Lead, Michael McNett, who will deliver an overview of managing projects in Teams including a live demo. "See" you soon! Thanks!

  • CINNUG/CinARC Monthly Meeting

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    Catching up with the CINNUG Community online This month, we will be catching up with our community online using GoTo Meeting. We are limited this month to 25 attendees. Working on expanding that number. CINNUG: Come join us as we cover a variety of technology and soft skill talks led by speakers from all around the country. The technology deals with the hottest topics of the day including (but not limited to) .NET, SQL Server, mobile, HTML/JS, and much, much more! The meeting starts at 6:00 with the headliner, followed by pizza and pop (provided by our generous sponsors). Immediately after pizza, we re-convene for CINARC. CINARC: Come join this new special interest group as we discuss topics related to software architecture. This meeting is run after CINNUG using the open fishbowl technique where the attendees are encouraged to share their thoughts with everyone while keeping the meeting from becoming a free for all. :) What topic will we cover? Well, that's up to the attendees! If you have a strong opinion about a topic you'd like to suggest, or want to learn more about the topics then make sure you swing by the meeting. Find out more at [url=http://cinnug.org]http://cinnug.org[/url].

  • The Circuit Brunch Bytes: Ransomware

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    What to Know, How to Prepare, How to Recover from People who have Lived it. Panel Members: Pete Renneker - Managing Director at Deloitte Lacy Rex - Vice President, Cyber Strategic Leader at Oswald Companies Frank Sargent - Cyber Security Lead at InfoTech Click the link below to register! https://www.thecircuit.net/the-circuit-events/#!event/2020/8/12/brunch-bytes-security-related

  • CINPA Monthly Meeting

    4350 Glendale Milford Rd

    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

    8035 Hosbrook Rd

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