In case you missed it, Adobe's announced a lot of new initiatives lately.
The "Create the Web" tour will stop in Kansas City at the Screenland Crossroads on Thursday, October 4, 2012 and will feature Kevin Hoyt and Terry Ryan from Adobe! (they're buying us snacks and drinks too). Admission is FREE.
Find out how Adobe is helping move the web forward and get a sneak peek at new tools, technologies and services for web designers and developers (a lot of the new info is posted here). They're hosting a series of free events around the world to help designers and developers learn about the latest tools and techniques for creating content for the modern web.
Topics covered include HTML, CSS, motion graphics, web development and more. Adobe is helping move the web forward and gives web designers and developers the best tools and services in the world. Find out about PhoneGap Build, Edge Animate and Edge Services, TypeKit, CSS FilterLab and more!
Follow @createtheweb on Twitter for more, or visit for up-to-the-minute details. You'll see Kansas City listed as the first stop on the tour! We plan to combine several Kansas City designer and developer groups for this special evening.
Kevin Hoyt is a platform evangelist with Adobe Systems, Inc. Passionate about engaging user experiences as he is, you'll most often find him meeting with customers, speaking at conferences, presenting online seminars, or just enjoying the chance to share ideas and brainstorm with other developers. We'll talk about responsive web design, animation, web standards, and more!
Terry Ryan works as a worldwide developer evangelist for Adobe. His job basically entails traveling the world and talking about the developer tools and technologies that Adobe has to offer or supports.
Terry says, "My major goal is to help developers using Adobe technologies to be successful. Hopefully they'll be using Adobe tools to do that, but it's important to keep in mind that sometimes they can't."



Our next meeting is scheduled for two weeks from today, Wednesday,
October 10th, 6:30-8 pm at the plaza library (large meeting room).
Let's see how an evening meeting goes, I know a few people have
expressed interest.

Let's try to get a few different people presenting shorter things for
this meeting. I can talk about making my first map with R and show
some radial plots. Anyone have anything else they'd like to show?

You can RSVP here if you plan on coming:


The Lawrence Apple Users' Group 2.0 will be having a meeting entitled "Introductions to iPhone 5, iOS 6 and Mountain Lion" Wednesday, October 3rd , 7pm at Douglas County Senior Services at  745 Vermont  Street in Lawrence.


In the past few months, Apple has introduced lots of new products.  We'll go over all the exciting changes to these premier Apple Products.


Meetings are always free and questions are always welcome, even if it isn't about the topic being discussed. A door prize will also be given out to an attendee. Go to for more info or Contact Dave Greenbaum, 785-218-9676,  [email protected] to be notified of upcoming meetings.


Friday, October 26, 2012 6:00 PM


    5110 Rockhill Road, Kansas City, MO (map)
    39.033600 -94.575745

  • When?
    Friday, October 26th 6pm - 9pm
    Saturday, October 27th 9:30am - 4pm
    The Beginners Python Workshop is a 2-day free event focused on teaching the basics of programming in the Python language. Everybody is encouraged to attend, regardless of your previous experience with programming. This will be a judgement-free event, so even if you've never written a line of code in your life or if you've been a professional developer for years who just wants to learn something different we'd love to teach you.
    The first night will consist of setting up Python on your laptop and walking through some online exercises. Once you can show that Python is properly installed on your laptop and you can run a few basic commands in terminal you're free to go. The next day we'll start with an Intro to Python presentation, lunch and then some practical hands-on exercises.
    The only requirements to attend are a laptop and a willingness to learn.
    We'll be at the UMKC campus at 5110 Rockhill Road, Kansas City, MO. The room we have booked is 302 Flarsheim Hall.
    Friday evening you will probably need to park in the visitor lots and pay the meters, or on the street. Saturday there's no problem parking in the garage at 52nd & Rockhill; park on the lower level, come up the stairs out of the garage to the north, across the street, then across the quad to Flarsheim (ahead of you, to the right). It's the building with the sundial on the front of it and the steel beam sculpture in front.
    Room 302 is just off the atrium to the left.
    Here is a link to the campus map.
    Friday, 6pm - 9pm: set up your development environment, learn how to execute Python code from a file and interactively from a Python prompt, and learn about printing and using Python as a calculator.
    Saturday, 9:30am - 10am: settle in, get your laptop set up, and review Friday's material. We will start the lecture promptly at 10.
    Saturday, 10am - noon: Intro to Python lecture
    Saturday, noon - 1pm: we'll provide lunch. Let us know when you RSVP if you have any dietary restrictions.
    Saturday, 1pm - 3:30pm: break out into groups to practice Python through short projects on a variety of fun and practical topics.
    Saturday, 3:30pm - 4pm: wrap-up, next steps, and upcoming opportunities for learning and practicing Python.

  •

    Join us at Kansas City CafĂ© (1532 Grand Blvd.) from 7:30 to 9 a.m. for our October breakfast. We’ll hear from local company OneLouder, a mobile app developer whose offerings include TweetCaster, FriendCaster, BaconReader and more. The company just launched a new Slices app for Twitter, which lets users divide their timeline into manageable groups. You’ll get an inside look at the company and all it has to offer. Be sure to register on EventBrite and secure your spot. Admission is $5; if you’d like to eat breakfast, a flat fee of $15 includes admission, meal, beverage and tip.

    Our October breakfast is generously sponsored by Adcuda, an online marketing agency that combines search engine optimization and performance marketing strategies to directly connect clients with those consumers interested in the goods, services, and information they have to offer.


    The meeting topic:  Experience Report - Agile Insights from the Trenches

    In theory agile practices sound straight forward and easily understood.  In the real world, agile practices involve lots of effort, reflection and discussion to make them useful.  Even then success can be sketchy.   Like any other skill set, real world experiences (both successes and more importantly failures) trump theory.  This month's Agile KC meeting is formed around such experiences of an agile practioner.

    Ed Wells, of Asynchrony Solutions, will share his thoughts and perspectives on all things agile across more than ten projects and eight companies over the last seven years with Asynchrony. 

    Topics will include:

    ·         how company culture changes

    ·         the effects the adaptation of agile practices over time

    ·        changes of best practices for Asynchrony and how they have evolved over time

    ·         iterations and work flow management of agile teams


    Ed encourages you to bring your thoughts and questions to make this meeting interactive.  This is your chance to get a 'man on the street' perspective for things like TDD, pair programming and why you can't steer by velocity.  So  grab your boss, peers and disbelievers and plan on attending this month's meeting. 

    Ed Wells is a key member of the Asynchrony team.  He joined Asynchrony in 2005 and has supported several projects from development to equipping companies to adopt agile practices.  Currently he is helping Hallmark adopt agile development practices.  Prior to joining Asynchrony Ed has 20 years of consulting experience mainly in the St. Louis and Kansas City areas as a developer, technical lead, project lead and project management.  He has supported several large companies including Anhuesher Busch, Express Scripts, Reuters, Sprint and Wells Fargo Advisors.

    We'll save some time for questions and answers at the end so bring your questions and a friend. 

    Hope to see you there! 


    Tuesday, September 25, 2012

    12:00 PM

    14539 W 96th Terr, Lenexa, KS (map)
    38.953758 -94.754463

  • Come join us for lunch as we watch current programming screencasts and conference videos, then join in the discussion!
    We'll be continuing our series on metaprogramming.
    You should bring:
    * something to eat for lunch (or, email Wes to get on the Chipotle group order list)
    * something to drink (we have water, both cold and hot!)
    Video(s) will start at 12:15.
    So, tell your boss you're going to an educational meeting, take a long lunch, and come spend it with us.

  •

    Managing async soup (callbacks, event emitters, promises) and more!

      We'll talk about:
      1. Different ways of handing async code flow
      2. Comb (
      3. Twitter live-streaming API (
      As always, if you'd like to speak about one of these topics (or another topic), post a comment and let us know!


    Experience Powerful Possibilities with Visual Studio 2012

    Event ID: 1032528294

    Microsoft Overland Park Office
    Truman MPR10801 Mastin BlvdSuite 620Overland ParkKansas66210United States
    Language(s): English.
    Product(s): Microsoft Visual Studio, Microsoft Visual Studio 2012 and Microsoft Visual Studio Team Foundation Server.
    Audience(s): Architect, IT Decision Maker, IT Implem_App/LOB Spec, IT Implem_Infrastructure Spec, IT Implem_IT Generalist, IT Manager, NonProfessional Developer, Pro Dev/Programmer, Tech Influencing BDM and Tester.
    Experience powerful possibilities.
    Discover how Visual Studio 2012 allows you to collaborate better and be more agile. See how it helps you turn big ideas into more compelling apps. Experience how it integrates best practices that accelerate development and deployment.

    Presentation topics to include:

    Keynote: Modern Development
    We’ll show you the broad-picture of the modern development concept. We’ll be introducing the possibilities forNative Apps development, Web Development, Continuous Services and finally ALM (Application Lifetime Management) providing ‘Continuous value without barriers´.

    Tools for Teamwork
    We all want to “be more agile,” but this can introduce challenges in the way we collaborate as developers. Context switching is expensive; interruptions are distracting; it can be difficult to know how an individual ties into the broader development team; even code reuse across the team can lead to code maintenance issues in the future.
    Key Experiences
    · Intro to new web access (product backlog, velocity, and forecast)
    · Intro to new “Team Explorer” (in Visual Studio and Eclipse)
    · HTML/JS/CSS Editor and Page Inspector
    · Local workspaces
    · Suspend / resume
    · Code review
    Continuous Application Quality Enablement
    With the rise of modern apps and the modern data center, we require a modern lifecycle approach that supports the need to increase velocity, deliver continuous value and manage change while enabling quality. See a unique and full lifecycle perspective on quality enablement with rich demos infused along the way to illustrate our the software testing/QA story.
    Key Experiences
    · Product Backlog
    · Storyboarding
    · Exploratory testing
    · Client Feedback
    Improving the Development & Operations Interaction
    Diagnosing issues in production is different from diagnosing issues in dev or test environments. You may not have access to the same sets of tools, and issues can be difficult to reproduce. Learn about a few of the ways Visual Studio 2012 is helping to ease this challenge and how to improve the interaction between Development & Operations.
    Key Experiences
    · SCOM Monitoring and AVIcode bug
    · PreEmptive and TFS Analytics
    · IntelliTrace Anywhere
    Building Windows 8 Applications
    Windows 8 is Windows re-imagined! Get an understanding of the platform design tenets, the programming language choices, and the integration points with the operating system and across Windows 8 style apps that make it easier than ever before to build connected, collaborative, touch-friendly applications. We will dive into code, showing the new features that you will need to learn, like snapping, contracts, charms, appbars, and tiles. You will walk away with the fundamentals for building a Windows 8 application. Leverage your existing skills in order to create user interfaces for Windows Store Apps in Windows 8 using Visual Studio 2012.
    Key Experiences:
    · Introduction to the Windows 8 Platform
    · Metro Design Principals
    · Lap Around Windows 8 (Show me the code!)
    **Notice to all U.S. government employees (including Military and Public Education personnel): Due to applicable government gift and ethics rules, Microsoft cannot provide government employees with “giveaways” of Microsoft products or other items of value. In an effort to comply with these rules, further information on Microsoft's compliance with U.S. government gift and ethics rules can be found here. Please be sure to prepare accordingly for your attendance and participation.


    Make it Happen in the Cloud: Windows Azure Developer Camp Presented by Oakwood Systems Group

    Event ID: 1032524740

    Microsoft Office
    10801 Mastin BlvdSuite 620Overland ParkMissouri66210United States
    Product(s): Windows Azure.
    Audience(s): Pro Dev/Programmer.
    Join aPartner-led Windows Azure Developer Camp—and leave with code running in the cloud! This is a free, one-day Windows Azure Code Workshop, to get interactive and hands-on with the latest Windows Azure development tools and technologies.
    We will start with the basics and build on to more advanced topics, featuring hands-on labs for:
    • Windows Azure Cloud Services
    • Windows Azure SQL Database
    • Windows Azure Virtual Machines
    • Windows Azure Access Control Services
    • Service Remoting with Windows Azure Service Bus

    Throughout the day, you’ll hear from local Windows Azure Partner specialists and Microsoft product team members. We’ll talk about how Windows Azure can help you create better applications, build or move existing applications to the cloud. And don't worry,we speak your development language, .Net, node.js, php, python, and all developers are welcome!

    Oakwood Systems Group company website:


    Can you hack it?

    Think you’re a software programmer with the skills to outsmart any code we can throw at you? Then we want you to prove it at Code Rush 2012. Hosted by Perceptive Software — a worldwide leader in enterprise software solutions — this competition pits you and your teammates against 10 challenging problem descriptions. Use the right algorithms to solve the code problems and earn points toward a cool $10,000!

    Grab your team of up to three software brains (everyone must be 18 or older—sorry boy wonders!) and register today!

    Learn more about Perceptive Software and our game-changing software development team at

    Event Details
    September 29, 2012
    10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
    Perceptive Software Headquarters
    22701 West 68th Terrace
    Shawnee, KS 66226


    HUG Windows Freeware SIG 9/18/2012 New Horizons Room 6
    Recently we dealt with freeware covering viruses and malware and improving PC performance. We can continue looking into these areas.

    Have you ever asked yourself, where did Windows 7 hide some of the things I used in the past? Have you found them or just decided Windows did away with them. We can look into this area this upcoming meeting.

    As usual there will be a question and answer session for general or specific questions.

    Date: 9/18/2012 6:30 PM - 9 PM
    Where: New Horizons Computer Learning Center
    Metcalf South Shopping Center
    96th& Metcalf, Overland Park, KS
    (Please enter the door of Metcalf South on the lower level of the
    shopping center on the West - You will find New Horizons inside the
    center area.)
    Room: 6 see a map at

    Bill Diamond
    Windows/Freeware SIG leader


    IASA Kansas City September 2012 Meeting

    Matt Watson will be presenting "Agile Application Support for Agile Developers".

    Matt Watson has 12 years of experience designing and implementing web applications. He is the founder and CEO of Kansas City based startup Stackify. Stackify provides a DevOps software service for software development teams to help them support production applications. His expertise is in product design and development, internet marketing, and managing the controlled chaos of agile development. This is his second tech start up. He was previously the co-founder and CTO of VinSolutions that was sold to in May, 2011.

    Date: September 25, 2012
    Time: 5:30 p.m. - Networking and Dinner
    6:00 p.m. - Presentation
    Place: 9201 Ward Parkway, Kansas City, MO 64114
    RSVP: khunter at


    I don't have anything more specific, but this concept has a lot of potential. I note that Java is on the list, so maybe we could do Scala and Clojure talks or something?


    This month's Venture Friday Startup Roundup had to be moved to September 21st because Sprint had another obligation today. If you RSVP'ed early, your calendar may still say today. It will be cold and lonely if you head over there this afternoon. Please join us NEXT week.

    Friday, September 21st
    5 p.m. - 7 p.m.


    Sprint Winter Garden
    adjacent to 6220 Sprint Parkway
    Overland Park KS 66251

    Park in Garage P and follow the signs to Winter Garden

    This time we're working with Sprint to help introduce their growing support of the KC entrepreneurial community. At this special Startup Roundup, a dozen specially-selected entrepreneurs are going to spout their 60-pitches, then hang out at their own tables to casually chat and show off work-in-progress. You won't want to miss this one. It's going to be a great opportunity for one-on-ones with area entrepreneurs who are "making it happen."


    RFP365 (presented by eScholars)
    Lucky Orange
    TeenJobs (presented by Blue Valley CAPs)
    SeniorConcierge (presented by BetaBlox)
    Flood.FM (presented by BetaBlox)


    Wednesday, September 19, 2012

    6:00 PM

    1800 Baltimore Avenue #400, Kansas City, MO (map)
    39.091717 -94.585030

  • Here's the rescheduled event. Look forward to everyone being there. We're hoping to have a short presentation from Gayathri Magie of IBM and perhaps another guest speaker. We'll also discuss the pros and cons of morphing ourselves into the KC Hadoop Users Group KCHUG.

  •

    Topic: JavaScript for the C# Developer
    Just because it has curly braces doesn't mean it's C#. Understanding the stark differences in C# versus JavaScript is key to being successful. In this talk Shawn will show you why it's such a different language and why that's not a bad thing.

    This event is sponsored by Epiq Systems and will be held at their world headquarters in Kansas City:

    Epiq Systems
    501 Kansas Avenue
    Kansas City, KS 66105-1309

    Hosted By

    Kansas City Dot Net User Group


    We’re extremely excited to announce our latest creation: Compute Midwest, slated for Nov 8th – 11th, 2012!

    Compute Midwest (CMW) is a conference that delves into new ideas, emerging technologies and their impact on the Midwest.

    Join us on November 9th at the beautiful Kauffman Center For Performing Arts. You’ll hear from tech leaders, startup founders and innovators as they share their vision of the future. Find out where technology is going and discover how Kansas City can capitalize on Google Fiber.

    On November 10th – 11th developers and designers will come together to create new ideas at our hackathon for a chance to win awesome prizes, Hack The Midwest style!

    We've got some great speakers from Silicon Valley companies & more... go here to read more:

    Register TODAY (Save $50 with early bird ticket prices - VERY LIMITED)


    HUG Access SIG Meeting 6:30 pm, September 19, 2012, at JCCC, Regnier 2nd Floor, RC 245

     Beginner:  How to use the AccessUsersGroup WIKI


    We have started a wiki to share information and presentation materials for our Access SIG.  It is named AccessUsersGroup and is stored at


    A wiki is an interactive Web site (wikipedia is the largest and best known wiki) where members can add content to the Web site, upload files, and work in discussion threads.  "wiki" means "quick" as in "quick access to information".  The hosting web site,, is a free (for academic purposes) resource that should help the Access SIG track presentations, store and organize presentation material, communicate upcoming events, and support members.


    In this hands-on presentation, Lisa will demonstrate how to find and use the AccessUsersGroup wiki. Each person will work on their computer to join the wiki, add content to existing pages, review recent changes, add new pages, upload files, and contribute to discussion groups.


    Lisa is a professor at JCCC.  Her field includes database and Web technologies. She has a special love for Microsoft Access, FairTax, and Iowa State Cyclones.


     Advanced:  Lessons Learned from Recent Applications:  handling and avoiding compile, #type and #name errors.


    Janet Gelsinger is a Teradata DBA at Hallmark Cards in Kansas City, working with project teams to expand and maintain Hallmark's Enterprise Data Warehouse.  Janet builds Access databases for small to medium-sized applications.  Active in the Heartland Access User Group for many years, as well as KC DAMA (Kansas City Data Management Association) and Central Region Teradata User Group.




    Microsoft Access 2010 Advanced Video Training.  DVD with eight hours of training on new features in a detailed tutorial, self-paced learning format.  


    Give-away drawing for HUG members only.  Sponsored by: Heritage Computer Consulting & Services, Inc.



    Hope to see you there.


    Hello All !

    Our next meeting will be held:

    6:30 PM, Wed, September 26, 2012

    Centriq Training Center

    8700 State Line Rd, Leawood, KS

    (West side of State Line Rd, directly across from Ward Parkway Mall)

    Sponsor: TBD

    Food and door prizes will be provided by : TBD

    In order to ensure that we have enough food for you, please let Ray Harris know if you will be attending. Thanks very much !


    This month's topic is:


    Basic CMS Construction and URL Routing with .Net 4+ (speaker: Chris Byram)

    Turn your customers into the content editors and leave the programming to you with a proper CMS construction. Learn a simple way to build inline site editors that allow the owners of the sites that you build to become the admins. They won't even need to know HTML. Additionally, learn how to integrate this with URL Routing to enable you to create site! s with better SEO as well as utilizing 'templates' which allows one .aspx page the ability to generate an unlimited number of pages. Sample site:

    Mini-BIO: Chris Byram has been a programmer since 2000, working on various hobby sites and not for profit organizations. He began working with PHP and has since added C# and .NET to his list of skills. He currently works as the Web Developer for CST Industries.

    Our website URL is:


    Let's get a little more formal this time. If you have something to share (or, don't have something to share, but want to have a time slot for discussion) please comment below or tweet @nodekc to be added to the schedule. Each slot should be about 15 minutes long. Each topic should relate to sockets/real-time data handling with Node.

    Sockets and real-time applications with Node.js


    Saturday, September 15, 2012

    2:30 PM
    12815 W 87th St, Lenexa, KS (map)
    38.970943 -94.734400

    We usually meet in the conference room towards the back

  • This month, Bryan will be giving us Part 2 of his security talk, this time with a focus on Server Hardening! Whether your sites are WordPress, Drupal, or something you wrote from scratch--you won't want to miss this!

    Come join us! Learn what's new, get help from others, make friends, geek out!

    Our Standard Meeting Format
    We love Web Development, PHP, new development techniques and everything in between. Often our meetings are a little free-formed, but for the most part fall into

    • Meet and Greet new members!
    • John Kary presents his "Last Month in PHP" - Some highlights of new happenings in the PHP Universe
    • Members bring forward issues, concerns or other things of interest

    All Developers Welcome!
    We understand that many PHP Developers don't just code in PHP. Whether you are working in a framework like Symfony, Zend Framework, Slim, FuelPHP or a CMS like WordPress, Drupal or Joomla our goal is that you will find something new, relevant and useful.

    We are also happy to have presentations or even code reviews if appropriate. If you are interested in giving either, just let us know!

  •

    Save the date for our next HDI Heartland Chapter event which will be focused on our local chapter and increasing awareness on what HDI has to offer and how you can get more involved.  It's time to strengthen our Chapter's leadership by filling some open officer positions. 


    We will be joined by some special guests, Kerri Hannah, HDI's Membership Coordinator, and Terry Allen, Regional Director of HDI's Central Region.  They will be speaking on what it takes to run a successful local chapter.

    We will also have a panel consisting of current and previous chapter officers who will share their experiences and advice on what is involved with each officer position.  This is a great opportunity for you to learn more about your local HDI Chapter and take that next step to get more involved.


    When: Thursday, September 27, 3:00 - 4:30

    Where: Garmin, 1200 East 151st Street, Olathe, KS 66062

    Format: Chapter Focus & Revitalization

    Look for more event details in the coming weeks.  We hope to see you there!


    Wednesday, September 12, 2012

    6:30 PM to

    8700 State Line Road #200, Leawood, KS (map)
    38.969131 -94.609184

  • Have you ever wondered what certifications will be of value to employers? Curious about what technology you should be brushing up on to maximize your career options?
    There’s no easy answers to the “what should I be learning” question, but if you look at historical trends against the current IT marketplace you can certainly begin to formulate a strategy.
    Join us as 12 year IT recruiting veteran Dave Templeman discusses the marketplace and how roles within IT have evolved and what lies ahead. Dave will provide insight based on his experience recruiting for dozens of local technology firms and answer your questions on how to best leverage your experience to achieve your career objectives.
    Meeting sponsor: RiverPoint, an IT services firm serving the KC Metro area for over 15 years.

  •

    Tuesday, September 11, 2012

    7:00 PM

  • 401 N 2cd St, Lawrence, KS (map)

  •

    Couple things I would like to discuss are UTC/DateTime, (table generation), and other things such as Dancer and web forms.


    Jonathan Otsuka


    Tuesday, September 18, 2012

    6:30 PM to

    2107 Grand Boulevard #208, Kansas City, MO (map)
    39.086819 -94.581566

    Located in the Historic Western Auto Building.

  • ABOUT THE GROUP: This Kansas City Web Analytics Group is for anyone whose job, passion or business involves setting up, managing or interpreting web analytics or marketing metrics. Our group welcomes Product Managers, Brand Managers, Agencies, Consultants, Bloggers, Business Owners and Webmasters who need to be able to better manage and utilize web analytics and marketing metrics in their professions.

    MEETING GOALS: Our goal with each meeting is to impart Actionable Knowledge involving the setup, capture, management, interpretation or application of web analytics data and traditional marketing data.

    TOPIC/AGENDA: We are kicking this thing off with a couple of Google Analytics guest speakers from the Kansas City Area, and brainstorming together on future event topics and workshops.


    6:30 - 6:50 Networking with food and drink
    6:50 - 7:00 Welcome!
    7:00 - 7:30 Google Analytics Dashboard Intro & Customization
    7:30 - 8:00 Generating Custom Analytics Reports for Different User Types
    8:00 - 8:30 Group Discussion - Q&A and Answers To Previously Submitted Questions
    8:30 - 9:00 Informal Breakout sessions for specific Q&A among group members

    LOCATION & HOST: TooBaRoo Internet Marketing & Web Development will be hosting this meeting of the Kansas City Web Analytics, Google Analytics & Marketing Metrics Group on Tuesday September 18, 2012. TooBaRoo's Offices are located in the Western Auto Building in the Crossroads Area of Kansas City.


    All attendees are encouraged to email questions to be answered at the event to Breht Burri at [email protected].

  •

    Saturday, September 8, 2012

    10:00 AM

    1810 Cherry St # 100, Kansas City, MO (map)
    39.091053 -94.576996

  • Come work on Python projects, get programming help, help others, and hang out. Bring your own project or work on one of the suggested projects below. We'll have members available to help beginning Python programmers with language basics and practice.

    Audience: Everyone! We'll have something for all Python experience levels.
    Things to bring: a wireless-enabled laptop and power cord

    Need some project ideas? How about:
    Learning Python
    Projects and competitions

  •

    IT Camp- Brought to You by Microsoft

    Event ID: 1032524853

    Microsoft Office, Overland Park
    10801 Mastin Blvd. Suite 620Overland ParkKansas66210United States
    Language(s): English.
    Product(s): Microsoft System Center, Microsoft System Center 2012, Windows Server and Windows Server 2012.
    Audience(s): IT Decision Maker, IT Implem_IT Generalist and IT Manager.
    IT Mini-Camp - What’s New in Windows Server 2012 and Hyper-V 3.0?
    Windows Server 2012 and Hyper-V 3.0 have been acclaimed by industry pundits as the most ambitious release of Windows Server since Windows 2000! Windows Server 2012 was released to manufacturing in early August, and will be generally available in September. Attend this event to learn what’s new in Windows Server 2012 in Scalability, Virtualization, Storage, Networking and Manageability and get a jump start in preparing for how best to leverage Windows Server 2012 in your environment.
    As an optional, added bonus: If you’d like to install and work with Windows Server 2012 on your own PC (in a boot-to-VHD or virtualized installation), we’ll also be helping those who wish to get it installed and to work through some exercises along with the instructor. To do this, you will need to bring a minimum of one computer running Windows Vista or later with the following hardware configuration:
    • x64 compatible processor with Intel-VT or AMD-V technology
    • 4 GB RAM
    • 60 GB of free disk space on a local drive (Drive C:, or some other internal drive)
    • An available USB port
    • No drive encryption (Bitlocker or 3rd party)

    If you wish to download the release candidate evaluation of Windows Server 2012 prior to attending the event, feel free to download it from here:


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