Tuesday, March 10, 2020 at 7:30:00 PM , ,

RSVP here: http://bit.ly/31OXWAk

Cybersecurity is an exciting, rapidly growing space where the future is promising, but also at risk. With cyberattacks on the rise across the globe, the need for more cybersecurity professionals is clear to build a secure future. But, where do you start? What cyber roles are even available, and how do you land one?

Join us online to hear Taree Reardon, Senior Threat Analyst Shift Lead at VMware, explain the different types of positions and career paths available to those looking to break into the cyberspace. From specific specializations to technical skills needed, she'll also cover how to identify what you like and how to capitalize on that interest. Plus, she'll share her expertise on how to ensure career growth, including finding a mentor, developing a strong network, and much more.

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Tuesday, March 10, 2020 at 7:30:00 PM , ,

RSVP here: http://bit.ly/31OXWAk

Cybersecurity is an exciting, rapidly growing space where the future is promising, but also at risk. With cyberattacks on the rise across the globe, the need for more cybersecurity professionals is clear to build a secure future. But, where do you start? What cyber roles are even available, and how do you land one?

Join us online to hear Taree Reardon, Senior Threat Analyst Shift Lead at VMware, explain the different types of positions and career paths available to those looking to break into the cyberspace. From specific specializations to technical skills needed, she'll also cover how to identify what you like and how to capitalize on that interest. Plus, she'll share her expertise on how to ensure career growth, including finding a mentor, developing a strong network, and much more.

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Tuesday, March 10, 2020 at 7:00:00 PM Keller Williams Key Partners, LLC. 4200 Somerset Dr, Prairie Village, KS

An introduction to using Gutenberg blocks to create WordPress pages and blog posts.

Lisa Savoie is a freelance web designer & developer. She started LS Codes about a year ago to help small business create or improve their websites. She has used Gutenberg blocks on NPO projects in which the client will need to maintain the site themselves. Creating reusable blocks allows them to create and update pages while keeping within the style guide set for the site.

CONNECT WITH LISA
Website: https://lscodes.com/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/twosavoie
Github: https://github.com/twosavoie
Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lisasavoie/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/lscodes/
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ABOUT THE VENUE:
Thank you to WordPress KC member Kyle Johnson & Evoke Insurers for being our location sponsor for this Meetup!

Website - https://www.evokeinsures.com/

Keller Williams Key Partners, LLC
4200 Somerset Dr SUITE 101 · Prairie Village, KS

• Park on the east side of the building
• When you enter the front doors of the building, go to the right
• Enter the Keller Williams office, then go to the left of the front desk

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MEETUP SCHEDULE:
• Networking - Chat with other group members: 7pm
• Member introductions: 7:15pm
• Presentation: ~7:30pm
• Q&A: Immediately following presentation
• Chat and talk shop: Following Q&A, up until 9pm

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CONNECT WITH WORDPRESS KC:
• Website - http://wordpresskc.com
• Newsletter - http://wordpresskc.com/newsletter
• Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/WordPressKC/
• Twitter - https://twitter.com/wordpresskc
• Instagram - http://instagram.com/wordpresskc

Park on the east side of the building • When you enter the front doors of the building, go to the right • Enter the Keller Williams office, then go to the left of the front desk Click here for event


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Tuesday, March 10, 2020 at 7:00:00 PM Keller Williams Key Partners, LLC. 4200 Somerset Dr, Prairie Village, KS

An introduction to using Gutenberg blocks to create WordPress pages and blog posts.

Lisa Savoie is a freelance web designer & developer. She started LS Codes about a year ago to help small business create or improve their websites. She has used Gutenberg blocks on NPO projects in which the client will need to maintain the site themselves. Creating reusable blocks allows them to create and update pages while keeping within the style guide set for the site.

CONNECT WITH LISA
Website: https://lscodes.com/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/twosavoie
Github: https://github.com/twosavoie
Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lisasavoie/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/lscodes/
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ABOUT THE VENUE:
Thank you to WordPress KC member Kyle Johnson & Evoke Insurers for being our location sponsor for this Meetup!

Website - https://www.evokeinsures.com/

Keller Williams Key Partners, LLC
4200 Somerset Dr SUITE 101 · Prairie Village, KS

• Park on the east side of the building
• When you enter the front doors of the building, go to the right
• Enter the Keller Williams office, then go to the left of the front desk

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MEETUP SCHEDULE:
• Networking - Chat with other group members: 7pm
• Member introductions: 7:15pm
• Presentation: ~7:30pm
• Q&A: Immediately following presentation
• Chat and talk shop: Following Q&A, up until 9pm

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CONNECT WITH WORDPRESS KC:
• Website - http://wordpresskc.com
• Newsletter - http://wordpresskc.com/newsletter
• Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/WordPressKC/
• Twitter - https://twitter.com/wordpresskc
• Instagram - http://instagram.com/wordpresskc

Park on the east side of the building • When you enter the front doors of the building, go to the right • Enter the Keller Williams office, then go to the left of the front desk Click here for event


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Tuesday, March 10, 2020 at 6:30:00 PM , ,

This is posted on behalf of our friends at Angular KC! Link to their event is here: https://www.meetup.com/angularkc/events/268826833/

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At this event, we will hear from a member of the RxJS Core Team, Jan-Niklas Wortmann, as well as hold an open discussion on topics and questions related to RxJS.

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RxJS is getting more popular every day. The amount of downloads from the public registry is insane, with around 50 million downloads per month. Everyone that already uses RxJS knows that the added value of RxJS mostly comes from the provided operators. These operators enable us to develop complex scenarios in a fairly comprehensible manner.
Right now RxJS already provides over 100 different operators and it is also possible to extend this huge list by developing custom operators.

But wait, do you actually know how operators are internally structured? How is this magic piece of code developed that brings so much power? Everyone uses RxJS operators on a daily bases, but no one really knows about the internals of it! Within this talk, we will take a deep dive into the internals of RxJS to understand how operators are developed. This will first make us understand how these operators work and second enables us to write our own operators to fully embrace the power of RxJS.

-- Jan-Niklas Wortmann is a self-employed IT consultant mostly working on Angular projects. He helps companies in designing and implementing large scaled applications. Developing clean and maintainable code is one of his main goals. Due to his passion for the Community, he is a member of the RxJS Core Team and organizer of the NgNiederrhein Meetup.

Click here for event


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Tuesday, March 10, 2020 at 6:30:00 PM , ,

This is posted on behalf of our friends at Angular KC! Link to their event is here: https://www.meetup.com/angularkc/events/268826833/

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At this event, we will hear from a member of the RxJS Core Team, Jan-Niklas Wortmann, as well as hold an open discussion on topics and questions related to RxJS.

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RxJS is getting more popular every day. The amount of downloads from the public registry is insane, with around 50 million downloads per month. Everyone that already uses RxJS knows that the added value of RxJS mostly comes from the provided operators. These operators enable us to develop complex scenarios in a fairly comprehensible manner.
Right now RxJS already provides over 100 different operators and it is also possible to extend this huge list by developing custom operators.

But wait, do you actually know how operators are internally structured? How is this magic piece of code developed that brings so much power? Everyone uses RxJS operators on a daily bases, but no one really knows about the internals of it! Within this talk, we will take a deep dive into the internals of RxJS to understand how operators are developed. This will first make us understand how these operators work and second enables us to write our own operators to fully embrace the power of RxJS.

-- Jan-Niklas Wortmann is a self-employed IT consultant mostly working on Angular projects. He helps companies in designing and implementing large scaled applications. Developing clean and maintainable code is one of his main goals. Due to his passion for the Community, he is a member of the RxJS Core Team and organizer of the NgNiederrhein Meetup.

Click here for event


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Tuesday, March 10, 2020 at 6:30:00 PM , ,

At this event, we will hear from a member of the RxJS Core Team, Jan-Niklas Wortmann, as well as hold an open discussion on topics and questions related to RxJS.

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RxJS is getting more popular every day. The amount of downloads from the public registry is insane, with around 50 million downloads per month. Everyone that already uses RxJS knows that the added value of RxJS mostly comes from the provided operators. These operators enable us to develop complex scenarios in a fairly comprehensible manner.
Right now RxJS already provides over 100 different operators and it is also possible to extend this huge list by developing custom operators.

But wait, do you actually know how operators are internally structured? How is this magic piece of code developed that brings so much power? Everyone uses RxJS operators on a daily bases, but no one really knows about the internals of it! Within this talk, we will take a deep dive into the internals of RxJS to understand how operators are developed. This will first make us understand how these operators work and second enables us to write our own operators to fully embrace the power of RxJS.

-- Jan-Niklas Wortmann is a self-employed IT consultant mostly working on Angular projects. He helps companies in designing and implementing large scaled applications. Developing clean and maintainable code is one of his main goals. Due to his passion for the Community, he is a member of the RxJS Core Team and organizer of the NgNiederrhein Meetup.

Click here for event


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Tuesday, March 10, 2020 at 6:30:00 PM , ,

At this event, we will hear from a member of the RxJS Core Team, Jan-Niklas Wortmann, as well as hold an open discussion on topics and questions related to RxJS.

------------------------
RxJS is getting more popular every day. The amount of downloads from the public registry is insane, with around 50 million downloads per month. Everyone that already uses RxJS knows that the added value of RxJS mostly comes from the provided operators. These operators enable us to develop complex scenarios in a fairly comprehensible manner.
Right now RxJS already provides over 100 different operators and it is also possible to extend this huge list by developing custom operators.

But wait, do you actually know how operators are internally structured? How is this magic piece of code developed that brings so much power? Everyone uses RxJS operators on a daily bases, but no one really knows about the internals of it! Within this talk, we will take a deep dive into the internals of RxJS to understand how operators are developed. This will first make us understand how these operators work and second enables us to write our own operators to fully embrace the power of RxJS.

-- Jan-Niklas Wortmann is a self-employed IT consultant mostly working on Angular projects. He helps companies in designing and implementing large scaled applications. Developing clean and maintainable code is one of his main goals. Due to his passion for the Community, he is a member of the RxJS Core Team and organizer of the NgNiederrhein Meetup.

Click here for event


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Tuesday, March 10, 2020 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, March 10, 2020 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.

Click here for event


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Tuesday, March 10, 2020 at 6:00:00 PM Blvd Tavern 320 Southwest Boulevard, Kansas City,

Join us for monthly meetup where we practice coaching skills and tools, debrief challenges in a safe environment. We'll spend the first 30 minutes networking. The official "work" will start at 6:30. 

Downtown KC/Crossroads - Parking available across the street. Click here for event


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Tuesday, March 10, 2020 at 6:00:00 PM Blvd Tavern 320 Southwest Boulevard, Kansas City,

Join us for monthly meetup where we practice coaching skills and tools, debrief challenges in a safe environment. We'll spend the first 30 minutes networking. The official "work" will start at 6:30. 

Downtown KC/Crossroads - Parking available across the street. Click here for event


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Tuesday, March 10, 2020 at 12:00:00 PM Online Webinar Online, Lenexa, KS

Must register to attend this virtual meetup: https://www.tibco.com/events/zero-code-development-blockchain-smart-contracts-and-applications

Join us to learn how to develop and deploy Hyperledger Fabric chaincode and blockchain client apps using visual development tools in the TIBCO® Cloud.

Agenda:
- Introduction to TIBCO LABS Project Dovetail™ software (3 min)
- Overview of steps to implement and deploy chaincode and client apps
using Dovetail software (5 min)
- Demo (5 min)
- Live Q & A
Speaker - Yueming Xu, Principal Solutions Architect, Office of the CTO,
TIBCO Software Inc.

Click here for event


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Tuesday, March 10, 2020 at 12:00:00 PM Online Webinar Online, Lenexa, KS

Must register to attend this virtual meetup: https://www.tibco.com/events/zero-code-development-blockchain-smart-contracts-and-applications

Join us to learn how to develop and deploy Hyperledger Fabric chaincode and blockchain client apps using visual development tools in the TIBCO® Cloud.

Agenda:
- Introduction to TIBCO LABS Project Dovetail™ software (3 min)
- Overview of steps to implement and deploy chaincode and client apps
using Dovetail software (5 min)
- Demo (5 min)
- Live Q & A
Speaker - Yueming Xu, Principal Solutions Architect, Office of the CTO,
TIBCO Software Inc.

Click here for event


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Thursday, March 5, 2020 at 6:30:00 PM Tradewind Energy Inc. 16105 West 113th Street, Suite 105 , Lenexa, KS

https://www.sunpartners.org/about_us

Mark Hannifan will be providing a presentation about Sun Partners International (SPI), a non-profit organization that is funding, engineering, and overseeing the installation of solar power systems in Africa.

Call or text 816-210-7846 Use the main entrance by the glass doors near the flag pole on the Northside in between Tradewind and Grantham University. We'll get started in the lounge. Come grab a bite to eat before we start the presentation at 7pm. Click here for event


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Thursday, March 5, 2020 at 6:30:00 PM Tradewind Energy Inc. 16105 West 113th Street, Suite 105 , Lenexa, KS

https://www.sunpartners.org/about_us

Mark Hannifan will be providing a presentation about Sun Partners International (SPI), a non-profit organization that is funding, engineering, and overseeing the installation of solar power systems in Africa.

Call or text 816-210-7846 Use the main entrance by the glass doors near the flag pole on the Northside in between Tradewind and Grantham University. We'll get started in the lounge. Come grab a bite to eat before we start the presentation at 7pm. Click here for event


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Thursday, March 5, 2020 at 6:00:00 PM The NEW HammerSpace Community Workshop 5200 E. 45th St., Kansas City, MO

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 plenty of off-street parking, a kids playroom available for tiny makers, 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.

45th & Emanuel Cleaver II Blvd. Click here for event


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Thursday, March 5, 2020 at 6:00:00 PM The NEW HammerSpace Community Workshop 5200 E. 45th St., Kansas City, MO

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 plenty of off-street parking, a kids playroom available for tiny makers, 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.

45th & Emanuel Cleaver II Blvd. Click here for event


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Thursday, March 5, 2020 at 6:00:00 PM VML 250 Richards Road, Kansas City, MO

Hello fellow testers!

Now that the winter is (almost) over, let's get together and celebrate it along with learning something new from each other!

This round we will not have a formal presentation, the discussion will be happening in the Lean Coffee format (see definition at the bottom).
Bring your thoughts, ideas, questions, problems and let's discuss.

Come join us for a relaxed evening, make a new friend, meet a mentor, learn something new.
Snacks and drinks will be provided!

We have multiple positions currently open at VMLY&R in our Automation of Quality Practice, please reach out if you are interested or attend the event if you want to learn more.

** From the Lean Coffee website: "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."

Come to the main entrance and we will meet you there! Click here for event


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Thursday, March 5, 2020 at 6:00:00 PM VML 250 Richards Road, Kansas City, MO

Hello fellow testers!

Now that the winter is (almost) over, let's get together and celebrate it along with learning something new from each other!

This round we will not have a formal presentation, the discussion will be happening in the Lean Coffee format (see definition at the bottom).
Bring your thoughts, ideas, questions, problems and let's discuss.

Come join us for a relaxed evening, make a new friend, meet a mentor, learn something new.
Snacks and drinks will be provided!

We have multiple positions currently open at VMLY&R in our Automation of Quality Practice, please reach out if you are interested or attend the event if you want to learn more.

** From the Lean Coffee website: "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."

Come to the main entrance and we will meet you there! Click here for event


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Thursday, March 5, 2020 at 5:30:00 PM Garmin 1200 E 151st St, Olathe, KS

Bio: Ashley Williams is a Systems Engineer and Lead of the Workers Developer Experience team at Cloudflare. She is the original author of the CLI tool, Wrangler, that connects developers to Cloudflare's edge application platform, Workers. Ashley is also on the Core Teams of the Rust Programming Language and the Rust-WebAssembly Working group. Ashley previously worked at Mozilla and npm, Inc.

Abstract: Over the history of the web, we've seen applications grow dramatically in size and complexity, as they shift back and forth from the server to the client. In this talk, Ashley will introduce the concept of the "edge", both in both the infrastructure and device senses, and explore how Cloudflare's Workers platform enables a new generation of web-hosted applications. She'll demo writing and deploying both JavaScript and WebAssembly applications quickly and easily to Cloudflare's 200+ global PoPs, as well as plans for her team's efforts to enable what she's currently branding as an "edge-first" future.

Agenda:
5:30 - food and networking
6:00 - kickoff / Special Announcement from DevOpsKC Organizers
6:15 - Ashley Williams from Cloudflare
7:15-8 - Q/A / open conversation

Parking: From 151st, turn North on Ridgeview, then turn onto Garmin Way, park in the Parking ramp in the guest parking.

Entrance is the North Lobby.

Pizza will be provided.

Parking: I-35 South to 151st, turn North on Ridgeview, then turn onto Garmin Way. Park in the Parking ramp in the guest parking. Entrance is the North Lobby. Click here for event


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Thursday, March 5, 2020 at 5:30:00 PM Garmin 1200 E 151st St, Olathe, KS

Bio: Ashley Williams is a Systems Engineer and Lead of the Workers Developer Experience team at Cloudflare. She is the original author of the CLI tool, Wrangler, that connects developers to Cloudflare's edge application platform, Workers. Ashley is also on the Core Teams of the Rust Programming Language and the Rust-WebAssembly Working group. Ashley previously worked at Mozilla and npm, Inc.

Abstract: Over the history of the web, we've seen applications grow dramatically in size and complexity, as they shift back and forth from the server to the client. In this talk, Ashley will introduce the concept of the "edge", both in both the infrastructure and device senses, and explore how Cloudflare's Workers platform enables a new generation of web-hosted applications. She'll demo writing and deploying both JavaScript and WebAssembly applications quickly and easily to Cloudflare's 200+ global PoPs, as well as plans for her team's efforts to enable what she's currently branding as an "edge-first" future.

Agenda:
5:30 - food and networking
6:00 - kickoff / Special Announcement from DevOpsKC Organizers
6:15 - Ashley Williams from Cloudflare
7:15-8 - Q/A / open conversation

Parking: From 151st, turn North on Ridgeview, then turn onto Garmin Way, park in the Parking ramp in the guest parking.

Entrance is the North Lobby.

Pizza will be provided.

Parking: I-35 South to 151st, turn North on Ridgeview, then turn onto Garmin Way. Park in the Parking ramp in the guest parking. Entrance is the North Lobby. Click here for event


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Thursday, March 5, 2020 at 7:30:00 AM eggtc. 5107 Main St, Kansas City, MO

When you walk in the door, let them know you are with KC Roundtable and they should bring you to the table!

We are usually in the room to the back left. If that one is for some reason filled we end up in the room to the right immediately when you walk in at the a large set of tables in the middle. See you there! Click here for event


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Thursday, March 5, 2020 at 7:30:00 AM eggtc. 5107 Main St, Kansas City, MO

When you walk in the door, let them know you are with KC Roundtable and they should bring you to the table!

We are usually in the room to the back left. If that one is for some reason filled we end up in the room to the right immediately when you walk in at the a large set of tables in the middle. See you there! Click here for event


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Monday, March 2, 2020 at 6:00:00 PM Plexpod Crossroads 1712 Main St, Kansas City, mo

Interested in helping the Kansas City area? Great! Whether or not you know how to code, you can help by joining us to work on civic hacking to create a better Kansas City and surrounding cities. Bring projects, ideas, designs, laptops, data, and friends.

Meeting Format

6:00 - Social / Networking
6:15 - Kickoff and Introductions
6:25 - New Member Orientation and Hacking
8:00 - Wrap-up

First Mondays are "Pitch Nights," when we have a slot for new project pitches during kickoff; third Mondays are "Learn Nights," where we have community speakers on civic tech topics from 6:30-7:30pm.

Location: Plexpod Crossroads (formerly Think Big CoWorking).
Entrance in the alley on the West side of the building.
https://goo.gl/maps/hsBMJdcdEh72

Please RSVP so that we know how many snacks & drinks to bring.

Civic Heroes of all types welcome! This event is for coders and non-coders alike -- as long as you're interested in making government more transparent and building interesting things for our city, you're more than welcome!

Bring a laptop: If you intend on getting some hands-on hacking done (it's ok if you can't but it definitely helps to have one).

If you have something you'd like to work on or are excited about, please let us know via the meetup or at the hack night itself. We are growing our initiative and the energy comes from the community.

Code for KC is a program of KC Digital Drive, a local non-profit whose mission is to make Kansas City a digital leader by developing civic capacity to adapt to technology change. We are the local affiliate in Code for America's Brigade network.

Connect with Us:

• Join our Code for KC email list (http://eepurl.com/7gbQP).

• Follow us on Twitter @CodeforKC (http://twitter.com/codeforkc) and @KCDigitalDrive (http://twitter.com/kcdigitaldrive).

Got questions? Email our Brigade Captain, Paul Barham: captain@codeforkc.org or codeforkc@kcdigitaldrive.org.

Code for KC has a Code of Conduct! Please always be respectful and help us keep our events welcoming, positive, productive environments for everyone. Code For KC presenters and participants are held to this anti-harassment policy (http://codeforkc.org/hackkc-code-of-conduct).

http://codeforkc.org/ Click here for event


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Monday, March 2, 2020 at 6:00:00 PM Plexpod Crossroads 1712 Main St, Kansas City, mo

Interested in helping the Kansas City area? Great! Whether or not you know how to code, you can help by joining us to work on civic hacking to create a better Kansas City and surrounding cities. Bring projects, ideas, designs, laptops, data, and friends.

Meeting Format

6:00 - Social / Networking
6:15 - Kickoff and Introductions
6:25 - New Member Orientation and Hacking
8:00 - Wrap-up

First Mondays are "Pitch Nights," when we have a slot for new project pitches during kickoff; third Mondays are "Learn Nights," where we have community speakers on civic tech topics from 6:30-7:30pm.

Location: Plexpod Crossroads (formerly Think Big CoWorking).
Entrance in the alley on the West side of the building.
https://goo.gl/maps/hsBMJdcdEh72

Please RSVP so that we know how many snacks & drinks to bring.

Civic Heroes of all types welcome! This event is for coders and non-coders alike -- as long as you're interested in making government more transparent and building interesting things for our city, you're more than welcome!

Bring a laptop: If you intend on getting some hands-on hacking done (it's ok if you can't but it definitely helps to have one).

If you have something you'd like to work on or are excited about, please let us know via the meetup or at the hack night itself. We are growing our initiative and the energy comes from the community.

Code for KC is a program of KC Digital Drive, a local non-profit whose mission is to make Kansas City a digital leader by developing civic capacity to adapt to technology change. We are the local affiliate in Code for America's Brigade network.

Connect with Us:

• Join our Code for KC email list (http://eepurl.com/7gbQP).

• Follow us on Twitter @CodeforKC (http://twitter.com/codeforkc) and @KCDigitalDrive (http://twitter.com/kcdigitaldrive).

Got questions? Email our Brigade Captain, Paul Barham: captain@codeforkc.org or codeforkc@kcdigitaldrive.org.

Code for KC has a Code of Conduct! Please always be respectful and help us keep our events welcoming, positive, productive environments for everyone. Code For KC presenters and participants are held to this anti-harassment policy (http://codeforkc.org/hackkc-code-of-conduct).

http://codeforkc.org/ Click here for event


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Advancing the Information Security Profession
Speaker Information
David Cardwell - Optiv
David Cardwell is a Client Solutions Advisor with Optiv Security and specializes in aligning information security solutions to an organizations’ current and future goals.

Cardwell has fifteen years of experience in information security ranging from client technical support, professional services consulting, and security architecture design. Combining his consulting background and participation in several subject matter expert groups, Cardwell has a depth of experience across multiple environments and solutions deployed for all verticals. Cardwell’s no BS approach and commitment to doing the right thing, manifests as unbiased opinions and a desire to solve problems with you.

Prior to joining Optiv in 2005, David worked as a network engineer for a school district in Missouri. Here he focused on installing, configuring, and supporting the network infrastructure as well as administering endpoint security tools. Cardwell earned an Associates of Applied Science in Computer Networking from Linn State Technical College, and a Bachelor of Science in Information Technology from Central Missouri State University.

He has held numerous industry certifications including CISSP, CCNP, CCDA, and regularly presents for various groups such as RSA SecureWorld, OzSec, ISC2, and ISSA.  
TOPIC
Identifying Security Threats using Behavioral Analysis
ELECTIONS
ISC2KC Elections will take place during this meeting. For more information, please visit our website https://www.isc2kcchapter.org/elections.
WHERE
Black and Veatch Auditorium
WEDNESDAY, February 4, 2020
6:30 PM to 8:30 PM
Black & Veatch
11401 Lamar Ave., OP, KS
DINNER PROVIDED
PLEASE REGISTER ASAP!


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