• CINNUG Monthly Meeting

    MAX Technical Training

    The CINNUG group was created to provide a place for practicing .NET developers to expand their knowledge and network with other .Netters, but anyone who is interested in learning more about .Net is more than welcome. The focus of the presentations will be on learning and utilizing the .Net framework to the fullest extent, best practices, and cutting edge programming tools and new technologies. The meetings start at 6:00 PM; however, we have a social time starting at 5:30 PM. At the start of the meetings we do announcements, followed by our headliner speaker for 60-90 minutes. After the main talk we break for pizza and some more social time. We wrap up the meeting with a short "grok" talk and usually some giveaways. For more information and to see the topics for each meeting visit [url=www.cinnug.org]Cincinnati .NET Users Group[/url].

  • Cincinnati School of AI

    MAX Technical Training

    Every month we'll share updates from the School of AI HQ and have some topics and/or demonstrations about AI, Machine Learning, Deep Learning, and other topics in AI. If you'd like to present at a meeting, please reach out to us through the Meetup messages or @cincyai on twitter and we'll get you scheduled. We also host a meetup in OTR on the second Monday of the month. See the Cincinnati School of AI meetup page for more information: https://www.meetup.com/Cincinnati-School-of-AI/events/

  • CINNUG/CinARC Monthly Meeting

    MAX Technical Training

    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].

  • Web Analytics Wednesday: How to Use Data To Inspire Action

    Join us for Web Analytics Wednesday, as Melanie shares how she uses both data AND an understanding of the six human needs to inspire action. Melanie has been in the digital space for over seven years working on both the agency side and client side. She has been involved with the development of digital and optimization strategies for both SMBs and fortune 500 companies. Specializing in digital transformation, Melanie has been a catalyst for helping businesses increase traffic, improve customer experience and increase conversions and revenue. Melanie Bowles is currently a Lead Analytics Consultant at InfoTrust where she partners with executives to define analytics strategy, analyze data and evaluate the business impact of digital experiences. Melanie holds a BS in Hospitality Management from The Ohio State University. Agenda 5:00pm - 5:30pm Networking (food and drinks provided by InfoTrust) 5:30pm - 6:00pm Presentation 6:00 - End Q&A

  • Breakfast Analytics

    InfoTrust, LLC

    It's exactly what it sounds like... breakfast AND analytics! Come enjoy breakfast with the analytics community before you start your workday. Join this informal meetup to connect with other analytical peers to discuss what's on your mind! We can't wait to meet you!

  • SouthWest Ohio DAMA Chapter Welcomes Karen Lopez, Data Evangelist, @datachick

    Miami University VOA Learning Center

    March 28, 2019 – AGENDA 5:00 – 5:45 pm - Registration, Dinner, Networking, Denodo presentation 6:00 – 8:30 pm - 'The Tricky Part of Doing Tricky Things in your Data Model', presented by Karen Lopez 8:30 – 9 pm - Q & A discussions may continue until 9 pm _________________________________________________________________________________ BRING - Your own data modeling / database design tricks and Karen will go over the Cost, Benefits, and Risks of each. REGISTER - https://www.swocdama.org/ COST - $25 cost per Attendee, includes light dinner CONTACT - John Petry, Webmaster, mailto:[masked] (Questions about registration, food restrictions) BIO Karen Lopez, Data Evangelist, Space Enthusiast, NASA Datanaut - is a Senior Project Manager with an extensive background in development processes and information management. She specializes in taking practical approaches to systems development. Karen has 20+ years of public speaking (keynotes, speeches and demonstrations). She wants attendees to have fun, gain insights and take away inspiration for working with new technologies and methods. LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/karenlopez/ Twitter - @datachick ....... #TeamData http://www.datamodel.com/ Blog - http://www.datamodel.com/index.php/category/blog/ ABSTRACT We’ve mastered the basics of basic data model and database design patterns, but what happens when you or a teammate wants to use THIS ONE WEIRD TRICK to improve on your design? Have you just discovered a brilliant new trick that no one else has ever thought of? Or will your new design cost you more, take on more risk and cause all kinds of pain for both IT and your business users? We’ll demo tricks that we’ve seen in our database design reviews and show you how they work and talk about the trade-offs for using them. You will learn about: - Building a database engine inside your database - Implementing Hierarchies - Dealing with data structures that don’t do as well in RDBMSs - Generating code out of the database - Optimizing the developer versus the data or the app - Using design patterns that don’t reflect modern architectures and tools, … and a lot more. _________________________________________________________________________________ The Southwest Ohio DAMA Chapter THANKS our event Sponsors: Location --- Miami University Voice of America Learning Center Dinner --- Denodo - https://www.denodo.com/en - The Leaders in Data Virtualization #CDO #coaching #datamanagement #frameworks #process #teaching

  • CINPA Monthly Meeting

    3825 Edwards 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

    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

  • Web Analytics Wednesday: Tagging Governance

    Tagging Governance: Avoid collecting bad data and stories from the front lines Event Description: Dirty digital data is a pain point for many organizations, we know because we help companies of all sizes monitor and clean it up. Join us as we highlight some of the common pain points companies face, and just how to work through them or avoid them altogether. We will also share how Tag Inspector, a free tagging validation tool, can support you in this journey. About Web Analytics Wednesday (WAW): Web Analytics Wednesday is a community and a series of events with the goal of bringing analytics professionals together to network and share challenges and solutions within the digital analytics industry. Our hope is to create awareness of strategies, trends, and tools in analytics, as well as to bring the analytics community together for discussion. WAW is a networking and knowledge-sharing event; it is not intended for sales pitches or solicitation. About our speaker: Michael Stadtmiller has been a professional developer for about 15 years and is currently a Software Engineer at InfoTrust on the Tag Inspector product. As a local Cincinnatian, he organizes many meetup-style groups (such as CincyPy, Cincy Techies for Good, and Breakfast Analytics) and has won a few local Startup Weekends and Hackathons along the way. When he’s not behind a laptop, he’s chasing his kids around zoos or playing sand volleyball. About InfoTrust: InfoTrust is a digital analytics consulting and technology company that helps businesses analyze and improve their marketing efforts. They work with some of the largest, multi-site enterprises in the world with a focus on those in the eCommerce, CPG and the News and Media industries. InfoTrust is a Google Certified Partner in Analytics, Optimize 360, Data Studio, Google Tag Manager and Google AdWords. Agenda: 5:00pm - 5:30pm Networking (food and drinks provided by InfoTrust) 5:30pm - 6:00pm Presentation 6:00 - End Q&A

  • Agile Cincinnati

    4445 Lake Forest Dr

    Why Regulated and Compliance-focused Companies Need DevOps Whether it's PCI, HIPAA, or SOX, companies that are under regulatory scrutiny typically rely on legacy methods and tools to prove compliance. Unfortunately, most highly regulated companies (and auditors) are often slow to accept new methods of software delivery such as Agile and DevOps, including fully automated infrastructure, continuous delivery, and rights management. In reality, these methods are not only more effective, they improve compliance - from end to end tractability to consistent, secure systems. This talk will include several key concepts, tools, and techniques that take the pain out of audits, improve security, and allow teams to focus on product development at market speed. Misconceptions about automated processes, misinterpretation of regulatory guidelines, and reinforcement of the actual outcome - privacy and security - will be discussed and demonstrated. It's time to improve not only compliance, but overall delivery and dispel the fear of automation. About Kurt Crowley Kurt Crowley is a technology leader with 18 years of success across all aspects of technology lifecycle management, having led software, infrastructure, operations, and project management teams. His background includes technology initiatives in financial services, health care, education, non-profit, government, ecommerce, insurance and other domains. Kurt’s reputation for achieving positive business outcomes and innovation rest in his ability to understand deep technical concepts, as well as emerging organizational and delivery techniques. Kurt is as comfortable with strategy and leadership of large scale initiatives as he is doing “hands on” development, including cutting edge DevOps automation and Cloud tooling. He has held leadership and consulting positions within both high-tech startups and large corporations, like Microsoft and Global Payments. We're a non-profit group focused on serving the Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky Agile communities. More details: http://www.agilecincy.org/