Wednesday, July 6, 2016

5:30 PM
  

Garmin International

1200 E 151st Street, Olathe, KS (map)
 


  • See invite for detailed instructions
  • Abstract
    JHipster (Java Hipster) is an open source Yeoman generator to quickly produce Spring + AngularJS projects. It focuses on generating high quality apps with a Java back-end using Spring technologies (Boot, Security, Data, etc.), an AngularJS front-end, and a development environment using tools like Maven, Browsersync, Liquibase, Gulp.js, Bower, and many others.
    JDL (JHipster Domain Language) allows you to automatically generate your database schema, REST endpoint, and AngularJS interfaces from a single file. In this talk, we'll walk through the whole process of generating a simple app utilizing JHipster and JDL.
    Bio
    Garrett is a software consultant at Keyhole Software. He has worked on multiple projects that utilized JHipster (including Keyhole Software's recently released wireframing tool, MockOla) and likes its ability to quickly prototype a full-stack application. He is currently working with a client based in Denver, CO focused on an Angular​JS​ + Spring based social networking application.
    Location Details 
    Garmin's address is 1200 E 151st, Olathe, KS 66062 
    For your convenience, navigate to point B on this map of Garmin's campus. You will enter where the red marker is.
    • When you reach 151st and Maffie Cir you can find our location by finding the tallest building at Garmin. Due to construction do NOT use Ridgeview.
    • You will be able to enter through the left most door until 6:55 pm when the doors will be locked (image).
    NOTE: The regular lot is under construction. Please park in the garage (near the entrance). You will need enter the North East Doors as usual.
    All guests to Garmin need to register (with Frank) upon entering the North Lobby. The doors will need to be locked at 6:55 so Frank can attend the meeting, therefore if you are late you will need to contact Frank directly via meetup.  
    Schedule
    • 5:30 - 6:30pm - Social Hour with food provided by TBD
    • 6:30pm - Presentation
    • Afterwards anyone who is interested is invited to join us at Austin’s Bar and Grill located at 2103 E 151st St, Olathe, KS 66062 for an informal social. Drinks and appetizers will be sponsored by TBD

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    June Lunch: LinkedIn - Going beyond profile basics
    June 22 | 11:00 a.m.
    RSVP early to make sure you get a spot at our special June lunch event on LinkedIn. This will be more than just a normal profile builder event.
    Some of the questions you’ll get answers for include:
    • What is the most effective way to approach networking long-term?
    • Which LinkedIn subscription is best for me?
    • Where can I get ongoing help with LinkedIn?
    • How can I stay on top of the crushing need for content?
    This will be a special 1.5 hour session with lunch before. We know this will be an event that will sell out fast, so be sure to RSVP today by using the link below.

    Register Now


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    Last chance to get your
    Early Bird Tickets!

    Hello!

    You only have one more day to get your Midwest.io tickets for $199, a 20% discount off regular-priced registration. There are less than 60 early bird tickets left, so tell your friends to sign up before prices increase at midnight tonight! To register, visit https://midwestio2016.eventbrite.com. If you haven't seen our talk schedule yet, it is now available on our website. See all 2016 speakers and talks at http://midwest.io.

    As a newer conference, we're always looking for ways to get the word out about Midwest.io. We appreciate you telling your friends & colleagues about Midwest.io - Thank you! Follow us on Twitter, Facebook, and join our LinkedIn group for more Midwest.io updates.

    We look forward to seeing you in August! 


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  • The Coffee Girls

    7440 Washington Street, Kansas City, MO (map)
     

  • Look for a bunch of ladies with laptops! If its a beautiful day we may sit outside under the porch.
  • No agenda, no presentations, no expectations, no fee. . . just open work time with your peers and possibly a mentor or two.

    KCWiT mentor Kelsey Leftwich will be your hostess with the mostest at the The Coffee Girls in Waldo. This is an opportunity for you to work on your learning between sessions and get help. Mentors are welcome to come and work on your own projects too.
    - Want a tutorial on how to use Slack? Come check us out!
    - Want some dedicated time to work on Codecademy? Join us!
    - Want to mingle with your peers and compare notes? We're around!
    ***NOTE: Outlets are limited so please charge your laptop ahead of time!****

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    TIBCO Software empowers executives, developers, and business users with Fast Data solutions that make the right data available in real time for faster answers, better decisions, and smarter action. Over the past 15 years, thousands of businesses across the globe have relied on TIBCO technology to integrate their applications and ecosystems, analyze their data, and create real-time solutions. Learn how TIBCO turns data—big or small—into differentiation at www.tibco.com.

    http://www.meetup.com/TIBCO-Kansas-City-User-Group/events/231453078/


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    June 15th 2016 | Starting at 9:00 AM Central

     

     
    IT Architecture from Around the Globe
    The World's First 24 Hour eSummit!
     

     

    We are proud to host many incredible thought leaders who will help deliver our June eSummit topic: “Architecture Around the Globe.” We will start at 9:00 am CST on Wednesday, June 15th and end at 9:00 am CST on Thursday, June 16th. Our speakers are truly some of the greatest minds in the industry such as Grady Booch – IBM Fellow Chief Scientist, Watson/M and Scott Ambler, author and founding member of the Discipline Agile Consortium. No matter where you are in the world there will be speakers discussing topics that matter to you. Attendance is free. Sign up today.

     

     
    Keynote Speakers
     
    Scott Ambler - Senior Consulting Partner of Scott Ambler + Associates

    Scott W. Ambler is the Senior Consulting Partner of Scott Ambler + Associates, working with organizations around the world to help them to improve their software processes. He provides training, coaching, and mentoring in disciplined agile and lean strategies at both the project and organizational level. Scott is the founder of the Agile Modeling (AM), Agile Data (AD), Disciplined Agile Delivery (DAD), and Enterprise Unified Process (EUP) methodologies.
    He is the (co-)author of several books, including Disciplined Agile Delivery, Refactoring Databases, Agile Modeling, Agile Database Techniques, The Object Primer 3rd Ed., and The Enterprise Unified Process. 
    Grady Booch - IBM Fellow

    Grady Booch is Chief Scientist for Software Engineering at IBM Research. An IBM Fellow, ACM Fellow, and an IEEE Fellow, as well as a recipient of the BCS Turing Lecture and the Ada Lovelace Medal.
    Grady is one of the original authors of the Unified Modeling Language (UML) and was also one of the original developers of several of Rational's products. Grady has served as architect and architectural mentor for numerous complex software-intensive systems around the world in just about every domain imaginable. Grady is the author of six best-selling books and writes a regular column on architecture for IEEE Software. 


     
     
    Presentation Topics
     
    BIG DATA
    BUSINESS STRATEGY
    CLOUD
    DEVOPS
    IOT
    MICROSERVICES
    SECURITY
    and More
    To see the full presentation list, visit the eSummit page at: http://iasaglobal.org/june-2016-esummit


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    Everyone is welcome to join Testing KC. Testers, Devs, BAs, PMs, Management are all welcome to join in to talk quality topics with quality people. We talk about quality in all aspects of Software Testing. We use the Lean Coffee approach in discussions.

    http://www.meetup.com/Testing-KC/

    First Meeting June 22nd:
    http://www.meetup.com/Testing-KC/events/231374295/


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  • Stowers Institute

    1000 E 50th St, Kansas City, MO (map)
     

  • Please join us for an evening of looking at the exciting past month of PHP news and learning about a useful built-in feature of PHP. KC PHP UG member David Stanley will give a talk about PHP's generators
    Light refreshments will be provided. Join us to meet new people, discuss PHP, and learn something new.
    Our Evening Meeting Format
    We love Web Development and all things PHP. Our meetings are often a little free-formed, but we shoot for this schedule:
    6:00pm - Mingling / Meet and Greet
    6:15pm - Lightning Talk: Last Month in PHP
    6:30pm - Talk: Generators -- Not Just for Keeping the Lights On
    When PHP 5.5 hit the scene, one of the big "features" was that we could now use the "yield" keyword to create and use generators.  If you're like me, you said, "What is the big deal?"
    In this talk, we'll look at generators, what they are, and how you can use them. From parsing log files to serving as simple data providers in unit tests, generators can save you time and memory overhead.  Plus, when the rest of your team reviews your code, you'll look like a genius.
    Rate the talks!
    (link pending)
    Your topic here? Contact us to speak!
    All Developers Welcome!
    We understand Web Developers often come from all backgrounds, and many work in more languages than PHP. Whether you're curious and just starting out, dabble in PHP on the weekends, write custom PHP on a daily basis, work in a framework like Symfony, Zend Framework, Silex, Slim, Laravel, CakePHP or customize CMS products like WordPress, Drupal or Joomla; our goal is that you will find something new, useful and thought provoking.
    Interested in giving a presentation to the group, or demoing something you're working on? Contact one of the organizers through Meetup or talk after a monthly meeting to sign up!

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    Thursday, June 2, 2016

    7:00 PM

  • Needs a location

  • Sean Cribbs will be previewing his presentation for QCon New York entitled "Membership, Dissemination and Population Protocols" (https://qconnewyork.com/ny2016/speakers/sean-cribbs). Sean has extensive experience in distributed systems as well as Erlang and Elixir, so this could be a really enlightening talk for anyone who hasn't taken advantage of Elixir's (and Erlang's) parallel and distributed nature.
    Sean's talk will be a bit advanced and/or architectural, so we'd also like to see if anyone else would be willing to present a more "introductory talk" as well? Or, if you're not ready to speak, propose ideas for presentations and we'll see if anyone else can speak about it!
    I might suggest on a talk on tail optimizing functions, which might be preceded by talking about Elixir's idea of lists and how they're created/handled.
    Also, a talk on ExUnit might be good.
    Any other ideas?

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  • Hammerspace

    440 E 63rd St , Kansas City, MO (map)

  • 1/2 block east of Oak St. on 63rd St.
  • Every Thursday, the members of Hammerspace gather to socialize, network, and meet new members of the space. We welcome the community at large to come down during this time to explore the workshop, check out all of the tools, fabrication equipment and work space made available to HammerSpace members, and ask questions of our community of Hammerspace users.
    There is a concession stand and kids playroom available, and the evening is always the origin point of new and amazing creative ideas.
    Tours are led every 30 minutes for those curious about the tools and capabilities of the facility and staff. This is a free event, open to the public.

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    Wednesday, June 1, 2016

    5:30 PM

  • Garmin International

    1200 E 151st Street, Olathe, KS (map)

  • See invite for detailed instructions
  • Abstract
    Data is an emergent property of a system. Correctly processed and integrated data surfaces insight. In this talk, we'll look at a few ways to integrate services and data in batch and streaming scenarios with Spring Batch, Spring Integration, and Spring Cloud Stream.
    Bio
    Josh (@starbuxman) is the Spring Developer Advocate at Pivotal. Josh is a Java Champion, author of 5 books (including O'Reilly's upcoming "Cloud Native Java: Designing Resilient Systems with Spring Boot, Spring Cloud, and Cloud Foundry") and 3 best-selling video trainings (including "Building Microservices with Spring Boot Livelessons" w/ Phil Webb), and an open-source contributor (Spring Boot, Spring Integration, Spring Cloud, Activiti and Vaadin)
    Location Details 
    Garmin's address is 1200 E 151st, Olathe, KS 66062 
    For your convenience, navigate to point B on this map of Garmin's campus. You will enter where the red marker is.
    • When you reach 151st and Maffie Cir you can find our location by finding the tallest building at Garmin. Due to construction do NOT use Ridgeview.
    • You will be able to enter through the left most door until 6:55 pm when the doors will be locked (image).
    NOTE: The regular lot is under construction. Please park in the garage (near the entrance). You will need enter the North East Doors as usual.
    All guests to Garmin need to register (with Frank) upon entering the North Lobby. The doors will need to be locked at 6:55 so Frank can attend the meeting, therefore if you are late you will need to contact Frank directly via meetup.  
    Schedule
    • 5:30 - 6:30pm - Social Hour with food provided by Keyhole Software
    • 6:30pm - Presentation
    • Afterwards anyone who is interested is invited to join us at Austin’s Bar and Grill located at 2103 E 151st St, Olathe, KS 66062 for an informal social. Drinks and appetizers will be sponsored by Keyhole Software For directions, click here

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    Wednesday, June 1, 2016

    6:30 PM

  • Centriq

    8700 State Line Rd. Suite 200, Leawood, KS (map)
     

  • --  How to setup your own SSH based GIT server
    --  How to setup your own file-system based GIT server
    --  Creating the Repository
    --  Usage of most of the commands including merging / rebasing / stashing / squashing
    --  Showing actual workflow during a project
    --  Interaction between members of a team


    Ray Harris Mini-Bio:

    Ray has been in the IT industry for over 20 years. He has functioned as a software analyst, developer, project manager and software architect in the transportation arena; mutual fund financial services arena; health provider and insurance arena; mechanical engineering arena; video, voice and data cable provider arena; and most recently, the IT Benchmarking arena. Ray has experience in all areas of software development and architecture including COBOL/DB2 batch data processing, client server data processing and internet web applications in both the Microsoft .NET and Java/J2EE environments. He was the project leader for several conversions on the mutual fund data processing environment of DST Systems, including the Russell Funds (a $2.4 Trillion Investment firm) - creator of the Russell 2000 Index. Ray has experience as the lead java architect on the Suddenlink Inc. (a 1.4 million customer cable company) Customer Selfcare Portal system, and the ITHC Benchmarking system. He was also the technical lead on several other projects: the Wells Dairy Blue Bunny ice cream website, the Burger King restaurant management portal, the HNTB (a $4 Billion Mechanical Enginering firm) Engineering Sales/Marketing/Project management website, the Simon Malls vendor/partner management website, and the QWEST circuit pricing project. Ray graduated from the United States Air Force Academy in 1985 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering and a minor in Mathematical Sciences. Ray received his Master of Science degree in Electrical Engineering in 1990 from Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts. Currently, Ray is consulting for Balance Point Corp., is a part owner of an IT Benchmarking company, teaches at Penn Valley Community College, and owns his own consulting company.

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    Want to have a local, FREE, all day (Saturday) event focused on Xamarin? Dev Days 2016 will be formally announced by Xamarin at the end of June and if we can get 100 or more developers to commit to attending then we have a very good chance of bringing Xamarin Dev Days to Kansas City.  Please sign up at the link below!


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    We are two weeks away from early bird registration for AIM Heartland Developers Conference (HDC), the longest running software design and development conference in the region. Get involved with the conference now by either submitting a session proposal by May 27 or contacting us to claim a sponsor exhibit table at the conference before spots fill up. 

    AIM HDC early bird registration begins June 7. Register by July 18 to receive a discount off general conference registration, and we will see you in September!
    STAY CONNECTED:


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    Friday, May 27, 2016 11:00 AM


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  • www.conquestkc.org

    Sheraton Kansas City Hotel at Crown Center

    2345 McGee Street, Kansas City, MO (map)

  • Kansas City's longest running science fiction convention. Conquest 46: The Adventure Begins Here is brought to you by Kansas City's Science Fiction and Fantasy Society. www.conquestkc.org
    At-the-Door Registration Rates:
    Full Weekend: $65 (adults), $37.50 (kids 6-12)
    Friday One-Day: $30 (adults), $15 (kids 6-12)
    Saturday One-Day: $40 (adults), $20 (kids 6-12)
    Sunday One-Day: : $30 (adults), $15 (kids 6-12)
    Military service member with valid ID: $5 off their individual registration.
    At-the-Door Registration Hours:
    Friday, May 27:
    noon until Opening Ceremonies
    After Opening Ceremonies until 8 p.m.
    A mobile registration staff will be available until midnight for late arrival badge pickup.
    Saturday, May 28:
    8:30 a.m. – 6 p.m.

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    Tuesday, May 31, 2016

    6:00 PM

  • Hammerspace

    440 E 63rd St , Kansas City, MO (map)

  • 1/2 block east of Oak St. on 63rd St.
  • This is a meet-up night for tech-minded HammerSpace members!
    Help our newest (and youngest) instructor test his game programming class he plans on teaching several times over the Summer. The first 5 people to sign up get to take this practice class. This practice class is FREE BTW, and open to ages 13-113 years old. Details below...
    Mapping For Source (Engine)
    Bring your laptop with a Steam account and a Source running game (Half Life, Half Life Ep 1, Half Life Ep 2, Portal 2, and/or Counter Strike), and learn how to make your own custom maps/levels. Have an idea in mind of what kind of map you would like to create, and maybe even a sketch of what you want to build. You will learn the basics of the Hammer editor, including basic geometry forming, lighting, and prop placing, or more if there is time. Please have one or more of the games already downloaded and installed before the class to save you time.

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    Tuesday, May 31, 2016

    7:00 PM

    Tannin Wine Bar & Kitchen

    1526 Walnut Street, Kansas City, MO (map)


  • Open to anyone in the area who is interested in developing video games. In order to have a little structure, we'll try to do a couple things each week:
      Introduce new members. What have you worked on, game related or not? What do you want to work on next?
      Discuss this week's conversation starter. Some article, video or game that we can dig into a little.
      Members can present any games they're working on, for feedback or just to brag.
    Of course, it's all very informal. The main goal is interesting conversation(s) about our passion.
    Looking forward to it!

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    10:00 AM
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  • Union Station

    30 West Pershing Road, Kansas City, MO (map)
    39.085079 -94.585732

  • Maker Faire Kansas City celebrates things people create themselves — from new technology and electronic gizmos to urban farming and “slow-made” foods to homemade clothes, quilts and sculptures. This family-friendly event demonstrates what and how people are inventing, making and creating. It brings together Makers, Crafters, Inventors, Hackers, Scientists and Artists for a faire full of fun and inspiration. Come see what others are making and be inspired to tap into your own creativity!
    Day Passes
    $11 Youth | $14 Adult
    $50 Family Four Pack
    Weekend Passes
    $17 Youth | $22 Adult
    $70 Family Four Pack
    USKC Members
    $7 Day Pass

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    Thursday, June 2, 2016

    6:30 PM
      

    Wirestream

    521 Walnut, Kansas City, MO (map)
     


  • Wirestream is the first door south of Planters on Walnut street.
  • Join the KCMobNetDevGru for our summer social meeting: food, drinks, conversation and coding. Discuss app ideas, work on proofs-of-concept, or just socialize with other app developers!
    Co-hosts: Mike Cerny and Yair Segal
    Space provided by: Wirestream https://www.wirestream.com/ 

    Sponsors: Peach Software and ECOM Inc.

    Book sponsor: Packt Publishing: 
    http://www.packtpub.com/
    Packt is making discount codes available to the meetup attendees and one person will win an ebook of their choice!

    Parking: free parking after 6pm in the Planters parking lot (west side of Walnut Street) 

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    Tuesday, May 31, 2016

    6:00 PM
      

    Snow & Company

    1815 Wyandotte Street, Kansas City, MO (map)
    39.091248 -94.585709


  • Join us for a special "yack night" to talk about the projects and teams for the National Day of Civic Hacking, aka HackKC, hackathon June 4-5. If you're already planning to hack or are curious and want to know more, this is for you. Bring your laptop and a desire to code for a better community, and we'll help you get plugged in!
    This is a great opportunity to connect to projects.

    Project Leaders are especially encouraged to attend this yack night to represent your work and connect with people looking to join a team

    More info about HackKC: http://hackkc.org


    Connect with Us:
    • Follow us on Twitter @CodeforKC
    • Register at the national Brigade site.
    • Join us on Slack: slackinvite.me/to/codeforkc
    Got questions? Email our Brigade Captain: captain@codeforkc.org.
    Code for Kansas City has a Code of Conduct! Please always be respectful and help us keep our events welcoming, positive, productive environments for everyone. Code For Kansas City presenters and participants are held to this anti-harassment policy.

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  • VinSolutions

    5700 Broadmoor Street, Mission, KS (map)
     

  • 9th Floor, park in front or on top (uncovered) deck of covered parking garage.
  • Unit Testing Makes Me Faster: Convincing Your Boss, Your Co-Workers, and Yourself
    Bosses hate unit testing. They see it as code that doesn't contribute to the final product. But here's the truth: unit testing makes us faster. We'll look at specific examples of how unit tests save time in the development process, whether we're creating UI-based applications or server-side libraries. With this in hand, we can show our boss how testing makes us faster and lets us move forward confidently and quickly.
    Jeremy Clark makes developers better. By drawing on over 15 years of experience in application development, he helps developers take a step up in their skillset with a focus on making complex topics approachable regardless of skill level. He is a Microsoft MVP for Visual C#, and he has authored seven courses for Pluralsight, including "C# Interfaces", a course aimed at giving developers a clear understanding of abstraction. Jeremy lives in Southern California with 2 cats and a banjo. For more information, visit www.jeremybytes.com.
    Spotlight: SignalR - Carolyn Schroeder (@carolynlschroed)
    I will be presenting an Image Gallery in ASP.NET 5 Thumbnails shown in the gallery are produced by middleware. A Facebook-like Like button is included. This is possible using SignalR. SignalR enables real-time communication between clients and the server to recreate a Facebook experience.
    Sponsor: Paige Technologies - Andrew Alldredge (@AlldredgeAndrew)

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    Tuesday, May 31, 2016

    6:00 PM

  • Hammerspace

    440 E 63rd St , Kansas City, MO (map)

  • 1/2 block east of Oak St. on 63rd St.
  • This is a meet-up night for tech-minded HammerSpace members!
    Help our newest (and youngest) instructor test his game programming class he plans on teaching several times over the Summer. The first 5 people to sign up get to take this practice class. This practice class is FREE BTW, and open to ages 13-113 years old. Details below...
    Mapping For Source (Engine)
    Bring your laptop with a Steam account and a Source running game (Half Life, Half Life Ep 1, Half Life Ep 2, Portal 2, and/or Counter Strike), and learn how to make your own custom maps/levels. Have an idea in mind of what kind of map you would like to create, and maybe even a sketch of what you want to build. You will learn the basics of the Hammer editor, including basic geometry forming, lighting, and prop placing, or more if there is time. Please have one or more of the games already downloaded and installed before the class to save you time.

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    Wednesday, June 15, 2016

    6:30 PM

    C2FO

    4210 Shawnee Mission Parkway, Fairway, KS (map)


  • In this presentation, Adrian Noland will go over the new developers console, some app-engine specific characteristics when using go, and the differences between the different GCP options for running code.

    As per usual, food will be provided curtesy of C2FO!

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    UXPA KC & KC UX June 9 Happy Hour

    Just announced! UXPA KC Happy Hour Tickets, Mon, Jun 6, 2016 at 6:00 PM at The Nerdery. Eat, drink, chat| Eventbrite http://ow.ly/txfb300vwlW


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  • The Coffee Girls

    7440 Washington Street, Kansas City, MO (map)
    38.993019 -94.595306

  • Look for a bunch of ladies with laptops! If its a beautiful day we may sit outside under the porch.
  • No agenda, no presentations, no expectations, no fee. . . just open work time with your peers and possibly a mentor or two.
    KCWiT mentor Kelsey Leftwich will be your hostess with the mostest at the The Coffee Girls in Waldo. This is an opportunity for you to work on your learning between sessions and get help. Mentors are welcome to come and work on your own projects too.
    - Want a tutorial on how to use Slack? Come check us out!
    - Want some dedicated time to work on Codecademy? Join us!
    - Want to mingle with your peers and compare notes? We're around!
    ***NOTE: Outlets are limited so please charge your laptop ahead of time!****

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    Smarter SharePoint KC User Group: Where Smart People Go To Talk About SharePoint

     
    WHAT
     
    Smarter SharePoint
    KC User Group
     
     
    WHEN
     
    Tuesday
    May 31, 2016
    11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
    Add to Outlook
     
     
    WHERE
     
    Microsoft Office
    Corporate Woods
    10801 Mastin Blvd 6th Floor
    Overland Park, KS, 66210
     
    The good, the bad and the misguided on SharePoint-user adoption.
    We will walk through proven ways to increase SharePoint-user adoption with the following techniques:
    Reduce overwhelm
    Make answers accessible when people have questions
    Show how to solve problems, not just software features
    Translate between IT speak and business-user speak
    Don't give choices
    Promote solutions OFTEN
    >>REGISTER HERE<<

    Tara Litzenberger (Twitter: @AnokheeTara; LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/taralitzenberger) is a word nerd and fan of digital communication. For the past ten years, she has helped companies build communication materials and infrastructure to meet their business needs. She has helped IT teams develop user friendly SharePoint templates, led a global intranet migration, and managed content strategies to boost employee engagement.
     

    Location: Microsoft Office | Pizza will be provided
    Please register for this event at: http://kcsmartersharepoint.eventbrite.com/


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