Friday, July 26, 2019 at 6:00:00 PM Cox Automotive 5700 Broadmoor St, Mission, KS

****** APPLICATIONS FOR ngGirls Kansas City 2019 ARE NOW CLOSED. Signing up on Meetup or Eventbrite does NOT grant you a seat, you MUST fill out the ngGirls application and be accepted. Website link: ******

Are you a woman interested in learning how to build web applications with the latest technologies? We have awesome news for you! ngGirls and Kansas City Women in Technology are coming together to bring you a 100% FREE coding workshop.
The full-day workshop will take place on Saturday, July 27th in which selected participants will build and deploy a web application using Angular. Angular is an open-source web framework from Google. We will also be hosting a pre-workshop tool installation pizza party on the evening of Friday, July 26th!
We believe that everyone in the technology industry can benefit from more female developers and IT professionals. Here is a great opportunity to learn how to code in a fun, beginner-friendly, immersive environment.
Our mentors will provide plenty of guidance and support for those with no coding experience. Fill out the application today and join the fun!

Frequently Asked Questions:

-Who can attend this event? Women ages 14 and up are welcome to apply.

-How much does this event cost? This workshop is 100% FREE of charge.

-Do I need to know how to code? Nope! Prior coding experience is NOT required.

-Do I need to bring my own laptop? Yes, please bring a wifi-enabled laptop. Feel free to apply if you don't have a laptop and let us know. We want to help!

-Will meals be provided? Lunch, snacks, and beverages will be provided.

-When will I find out if I've been accepted? We will contact all applicants via email shortly after applications close on May 31st.

Questions or concerns? Check out the ngGirls Kansas City website for more information, or contact us at

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Tuesday, July 23, 2019 at 7:00:00 PM Denny's Restaurant 1600 Broadway Blvd, Kansas City,

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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Tuesday, July 23, 2019 at 6:00:00 PM Dragonfly Tea Zone 215 NE Englewood Rd , Kansas City , MO

Bring a laptop or tablet with Linux running on it.

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Tuesday, July 23, 2019 at 5:30:00 PM VeriShip 8880 Ward Pkwy #300, Kansas City, MO

We'll be giving away some free devices, so make sure you're there early!

The nature of application delivery now spans public and private clouds and edge computing, while the end clients accessing these applications are people and machines. Securing these diverse environments while maintaining productivity and minimizing errors is challenging, to say the least. The classic models of arranging everything inside a perimeter, whether this is a private DC or a virtual private cloud (VPC), and providing access over a VPN are falling apart under the weight of complexity and inadequacy.

In this talk we will dive into an identity based model for providing access to users, whether it is to Web-type applications over REST APIs, or infrastructure itself through SSH and RDP. Starting from the principals of an OAUTH/OIDC infrastructure, we will discuss how the concepts can be extended to cover all forms of remote access without the overhead of VPNs and bastion hosts and while maintaining a zero trust security posture. Some of the use cases of this approach include:
- Privileged access management (SSH or RDP access to VMs)
- Authorization for web-services
- User specific access to Cloud Provider resources (i.e. AWS S3 buckets) while maintaining audit trails.

Park in garage, walk across to main lobby atrium entrance, take stairs or elevator to 3rd floor. Signs will be posted. Click here for event


Tuesday, July 23, 2019 at 10:00:00 AM Central Resource Library 9875 W 87th St , Overland Park, KS

Having trouble finding time to write your blog post. Me too.

I want to have a dedicated time to work on my blog post each week, I figured it would be great to schedule a time to blog and be with other WordPress people.

Let's get together and write and talk some, but be a support network to get our blog posts written.

This is not a help session, it is to post blogs.

This is not an information session, it is to post on your own website.

I plan on two in the morning per Month on Tuesdays or Wednesdays... Depending on my teaching schedule. Hope you to see you there.

NOTE - The library has free wifi. If you want a secure internet connection, bring your own hotspot - one will not be provided. The library does have secure computers right outside the conference 2 meeting room. The meeting room will change based on availability

Central Study Room 09 or 10 from the main entrance turn right to the back wall Click here for event


KCDC 2020 ( will be held beginning on Monday and lasting through Wednesday in 2020.  Monday June 29th through Wednesday July 1st.  The Kids conference will be held on Sunday, June 28th, 2020.


Special guest Robert "Uncle Bob" Martin is coming back for another visit!

Bob, one of the authors of the Agile Manifesto will be speaking on Agile.

Come enjoy a great presentation and time with Bob. If you have one of his books, he'll sign it!

We'll have snacks and drinks provided by TekSystems.

Tentative Agenda:
2:00pm Getting started, mingling, etc
2:30pm Floyd May opening talk
3:30pm Visiting
4:00pm Uncle Bob talk
5:00pm Visiting, etc.

Who is Uncle Bob? (

His blog (

He has written several books including Clean Code (
Agile Principles, Patterns, and Practices in C# (


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