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2014 Autumn Schedule
Mark your calenders because we have booked Code Island meetings for the First and Third Tuesdays of the next three months. All meetings will be held at Brown University's Tri-Lab, and all start at 6pm.
We're currently booked for:
Welcome back, everyone! Hope you had an awesome August. Providence Geeks goes back to school next week with an excellent September presenter.
What percent of live events sell out? 50%? 20%? Nope… try 2%.
Founded in 2013 by two recent Brown grads, Providence-based Crowdsurf aims to remedy this situation using a combination of geographic and social audience info. Armed with these insights, Crowdsurf’s customers — event venues and promoters — have a much better sense of which acts to book, and how to most effectively promote them.
As the first stage of their rollout this summer, Crowdsurf launched Big Ticket, a mobile app that offers users the chance to reap major discounts on show tickets. The app — currently being piloted in RI, MA, CT and OR — has already enabled Crowdsurf to build one of the largest databases of audience info in the Northeast.
On Wednesday, Co-founders CEO Alex Oberg and CTO Evan Altman will tell the Crowdsurf story, demo their impressive platform, and give a sneak peek at where they’re headed next.
Join us in Rhode Island for the expert-led panel discussion on "Privacy and Security- A Mobile Imperative."
After the NSAs domestic surveillance program was leaked and several major security breaches that impact consumers made headlines, demand for airtight privacy and security of apps has dramatically increased and more so in the area of mobile healthcare.
Join Modev, Digital City, and our friends at ACT for an evening with experts to learn about the latest requirements when it comes to privacy and methods for securing your apps across major platforms . Our panel of experts will discuss and field your questions on "Privacy and Security- A Mobile Imperative".
5:30-6pm- Networking, Food and Drinks
6:15-7:15pm- Panel Discussion and Q & A
7:15-Until- Networking and Adjourn
Special Thanks to:
The ancient and loyal order of user experience professionals gathers monthly to toast beautiful, efficient, practical, and awe-inspiring digital design. The UX meetup is a casual gathering to meet local designers, swap industry techniques and news, and celebrate the remarkable design talent in Providence. Grab a cocktail, sling a wireframe, and meet some new and awesome people.
RI's only 2600 meetup. A great place to discuss technology and how we as practitioners use technology. Bring your brain, we'll supply the rest.
Start by writing the HTML you wish you had, then build those elements and behavior with AngularJS Directives.
We turned 10 this year! Come celebrate at our birthday bash.
Wednesday, September 24 at 7:30 pm
Aurora (276 Westminster St., heart of downtown PVD)
Everyone loves a birthday party. AIGA RI is throwing a BIRTHDAY BASH in celebration of AIGA's centennial and our chapter's 10th anniversary. Bring a friend and come enjoy delicious desserts, fantastic drinks and music that will have you dancing the night away. All are welcome!
$5 AIGA members
$10 non AIGA members
$10 at the door
Huge thank you to our event sponsor, Aquent!
And as if our birthday party wasn't enough, the full DESIGN WEEK RI schedule is online! Check out the great speakers, our birthday bash, RI design awards gala, open studios, and more! It's a week-long event from September 17 -27! Take the week off, call in sick, use up your personal days… don't miss this!
How do you implement configuration changes in your environment? From changing port VLANs, installing a replacement switch, or changing group policy, success depends on proper planning. By implementing change management, you'll learn how to minimize risk while improving department communication and deliver more reliable service to your company.
Adam Codega, IT Specialist at Swipely, will walk us through how he's used this seemingly bureaucratic tool in a fast paced startup environment to improve IT service to his co-workers.
Change management can help you plan to avoid disruptions, but when things do go wrong, how do you react? Postmortem documentation can help you dissect and learn from outages while implementing the proper corrections to keep it from happening again. Adam and fellow LOPSA member Jen will show real world postmortems and show you what they learned and how they've used blameless postmortems to increase reliability.
We'll have social time before the talk, so don't worry if you can't arrive at 6 PM. Complimentary pizza, drinks, and beer provided by our venue host, Swipely.
Monthly Providence, RI hacknight. Code, design, and collaborate with other local developers to a backdrop of electronic music. Bring your laptop and a project to work on.
The next EOL Club meetup is Monday, October 6th from 6pm–11pm at Basics Group. Arrive whenever you can. Food and beer provided.
@EOLclub to get more info and RSVP.
Please join us for freeform discussion of all things web.
Stan Bershadskiy from Modus Create, NYC will be in town to discuss the current state of HTML5 game engines, including Phaser, Impact and Unity. Don't miss this one!