• Agile Edmonton
    Agile Edmonton is a User Group run by volunteers with the goal of helping Edmonton develop better software using Agile methods. Unsure what Agile methods are? You’ve come to the right place. Wikipedia defines Agile software development as “a group of software development methodologies based on iterative development, where requirements and solutions evolve through collaboration between self-organizing cross-functional teams.” If that still confuses you, then bring your questions to our next meeting or to our slack channel. https://join.slack.com/t/agileedmonton/shared_invite/enQtMjc1NDA4MjAyMzQwLTVhMThmYzNlNWY4MTRmNzUzN2Q2ZjRhMmUwYmM5MTQ1YzE4MjBhMTU3MTY5MDg2OWMzNjQ0MmZmZGI3ZTJiOTc Lean Coffee is a structured, but agenda-less meeting. Participants gather, build an agenda, and begin talking. Conversations are directed and productive because the agenda for the meeting was democratically generated. There are currently dozens of Lean Coffees happening world-wide. For more information see http://leancoffee.org/

    Startup Edmonton HQ

    301, 10359 - 104 Street · Edmonton, AB

  • YEGSEC Information Security Meetup
    YEGSEC - the best information security meetup east of the Rockies. We meet at Startup Edmonton every 3rd Tuesday of each month to present on hot topics, orchestrate workshops and host Capture the Flag events. Whether you're new to the Info Sec world and are looking to expand your knowledge or you're a security professional who wants to socialize with your peers, this is the security meetup for you! We strive to provide a safe learning environment for everyone, so come on out and join the fun! • This Month: "Get away from ME: disabling the Intel Management Engine" - @Precurse • What to bring A laptop and an unquenchable thirst for knowledge - we provide the rest. • Important to know Be respectful to everyone We were all noobs at some point in our lives

    Startup Edmonton HQ

    301, 10359 - 104 Street · Edmonton, AB

  • DemoCamp 43
    DemoCamp brings together developers, creatives, entrepreneurs and investors to share what they’ve been working on and to find others in the community interested in similar topics. For presenters, it’s a great way to get feedback on what you’re building from peers and the community, all in an informal setting. Started back in 2008, DemoCamp Edmonton has steadily grown into one of the largest in the country, with over 200 people attending each event. The rules for DemoCamp are simple: 7 minutes to demo real, working products, followed by a few minutes for questions, and no slides allowed. Time: 6:30 pm doors open, 6:45 pm program starts Location: CCIS L2-190, University of Alberta Drinks and networking to follow at RATT (Room At The Top) - 7th floor, Students Union Building Here is the DemoCamp 43 lineup! Xperts - Brandon Best, http://xpertzsoftware.com/ DigiPlay - Alex St. Louis, https://digiplaygaming.com/ OmniVelos - Jay Hu, https://www.humindsinc.com/ HonestDoor - Dan Belostotsky, https://honestdoor.ops.bz/ Plus projects from the U of A CompE Club’s HackED Beta hackathon! https://hackedbeta.compeclub.com/

    University of Alberta Campus Centennial Centre for Interdisciplinary Science (CCIS), Room L2-190

    11455 Saskatchewan Drive (East of 116 Street) · Edmonton, AB

  • Lunchalytics: Data Viz
    Analytics is the use of data and analysis to improve the performance of an organization. In other words, it's the search for a free lunch. Ergo, we combine compelling speakers with a free lunch. This month we explore data viz, and our speakers are: Joey Cherdarchuk, Darkhorse Analytics "Visualizing Economic Opportunity in the US" Karen Parker and Logan Moran, City of Edmonton "Visualizing Municipal Data: How the City of Edmonton uses visualizations to provide insight to staff and citizens" Food starts at 11:45, speakers start at high noon. We hope to see you there. Please note: RSVPing "Yes" indicates that you are attending in person, and we will save you a seat and order you lunch. If you are attending remotely, there is no need to RSVP. For those unable to attend in person, we will be live streaming to our YouTube channel: www.youtube.com/channel/UCzPqHzOHnHsQGPEPaUCC5Jw/videos Our hashtag for social media is #lunchalytics. Interested in presenting, volunteering, or being a sponsor at Lunchalytics? Please get in touch with us via www.lunchalytics.com.

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    301, 10359 - 104 Street · Edmonton, AB

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  • Amii's AI Meetup
    This event was canceled.
  • Edmonton Mobile Developers (iOS and Android)
    Edmonton Mobile Developers is a community of programmers, designers, and hackers interested in mobile development. We discuss a broad range of topics and technologies relevant to the mobile ecosystem while sharing knowledge and experience. Our mission is to help foster the mobile developer community in the Edmonton region! We meet the third Wednesday of every month at 6:00pm at Startup Edmonton. Food is provided and their is an optional social segment after presentations at a local downtown bar. Past presentation slides (https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0B1fpnnEiSwI_bThrbjczT3M4S0E?usp=sharing) We're currently looking for Android and iOS presenters. Presentations can be anywhere from 10 to 30 minutes in length. Topics can be at any experience level, with any mobile platform. If you're interested in presenting please sign up here: https://goo.gl/forms/MAc1t98TYH6Rj6O83. If you have any questions or comments message us on Meetup.com or email us at edmonton.droid.developers [at] gmail.com === Presentations: 1. Building Mobile SDKs 2. Using Augmented Reality in your App - by Megnath

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    301, 10359 - 104 Street · Edmonton, AB

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  • Edmonton Linux User Group
    Presentation: "Bash Basics - Or How I Stopped Worrying And Learned To Love The Shell" with Mykola Labach Agenda for November 22, 2019: 6:00pm - Arrival, mingling 6:20pm - Welcome & introductions 6:30pm - Presentation begins 7:30pm - Announcements, open discussions 8:00pm - Event conclusion Abstract: Linux gets a lot easier if you know your way around a text based interface! Bring your laptop and learn by doing. We'll walk through several common tasks in the the terminal for around half an hour, and then break off into groups where newer Linux users can ask direct questions of the more experienced folk. Presenter bio: Mykola Labach has been a hobbyist Linux user since the mid two-thousands. He uses *nixy OSes exclusively at home, and is a light Linux user on the job at a local managed service provider. Mykola aims to contribute the growing ELUG community in whatever way he can, and is starting by sharing his experiences and spark some learning opportunities from more experienced users in the group. --- The Edmonton Linux User Group (ELUG) is a chance to get together with other users of Linux, GNU, and Unix-like operating systems, and open source software. Our members range from newcomers to power users to seasoned administrators and developers; so, all are welcome! We meet as an opportunity to exchange ideas, knowledge, and experiences for several reasons: - to educate for personal and professional growth - to promote and advocate for the free and open source movement - to support and assist with Linux related challenges - and to socialize with peers who have a common interest Examples of topics that may be discussed or presented include (but not limited to): - Exposure to different distributions - Workshops on various tools and commands - Kernel and system-level development and tuning - Installfests! We welcome anyone with an interest in Linux and/or open source software and look forward to building the Linux community in Edmonton. Note: This group is in need of a sponsor. Please contact Johnny Huynh if you'd like to help.

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    301, 10359 - 104 Street · Edmonton, AB

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  • Ladies Learning Code: Getting Started with WordPress & Blogging
    • Important to know Registration must be made at https://learningcodeyegwordpressblogging.eventbrite.ca in order to attend. Please check your Eventbrite confirmation emails for additional prep and info for attending this workshop. • What we'll do If you’re new to blogging, this course will help take your writing to the next level. In this workshop, you’ll learn how to use the popular WordPress CMS platform to create an eye-catching blog that will stand out amongst the rest. We’ll teach you how to use the features included in the free version, WordPress.com, to customize your site and create compelling, Google-friendly content that will keep your readers coming back for more. This workshop is designed for beginners who are interested in improving their writing and technical skills to create and maintain a professional-looking, user-friendly blog. The course will give an overview on optimizing written content for the web, including the basics of SEO and embedding images and video. Our Ladies Learning Code workshops offer female-identified and male-identified, trans, and non-binary adults hands-on, project-based learning experiences that are designed to give beginners the skills and confidence they need to become digital creators. • What to bring Laptop, powercord, download the required software and material that is emailed to you after registering your ticket through Eventbrite. • Important to know Registration must be made at https://learningcodeyegwordpressblogging.eventbrite.ca in order to attend. Please check your Eventbrite confirmation emails for additional prep and info for attending this workshop.

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    301, 10359 - 104 Street · Edmonton, AB

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  • Talk Recording Workshop
    Are you a meetup organizer or speaker interested in recording your talks to share on YouTube? Learn how at this two hour workshop where I'll walk you through: * Setting up Open Broadcast Studio * Wiring up the Dev Edmonton recording gear * Directing the recording * Post-production * Uploading to YouTube * Troubleshooting and tips Space and time are limited so please RSVP as soon as possible. I'll setup a waiting list and if there's high demand we may schedule a second session in the new year. Attendees with be expected to supply their own laptop with at least one free USB port. Mac, Windows, or Linux recording setups are supported with our tools, but we ask that you install and configure the following software in advance: * Open Broadcast Studio (https://obsproject.com/) * AV.io config tools (https://www.epiphan.com/userguides/avio-hd/Content/UserGuides/VideoGrabber/UVC/4-Configure/installAVioConfig.htm) * Logitech Brio Camera Settings (https://support.logitech.com/en_us/product/brio/downloads) For further updates and to provide workshop feedback please join the #meetup-organisers channel on the Dev Edmonton Slack: https://devedmonton-invite.herokuapp.com/

    Startup Edmonton HQ

    301, 10359 - 104 Street · Edmonton, AB

    Respond by: 11/24/2018
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  • Machine Learning 101 with Amii
    Heralded by many as the fourth industrial revolution, artificial intelligence has inspired countless news articles, novels, and films. With this deluge of information comes hopes and aspirations, fears and misconceptions – some justified and others not. How can we make sense of it all? Join Amii as we pull back the curtain on AI and lay a pragmatic foundation for what AI is, what it isn't, and how you can begin to think about the place of AI in your business. Register here: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/machine-learning-101-with-amii-tickets-52618961731

    Startup Edmonton

    301, 10359 - 104 Street · Edmonton, AB