If you blog in Portland, chances are you’re using WordPress—the blogging and content management platform built by Automattic. And there’s good reason. WordPress has played a defining role in our little tech community. Read More
Recently launched to great acclaim, Thing Tuesday is bringing together another group of speakers focused on the Internet of Things. And it should be a great event. But please note that due to some last minute logistics and conflicts, they’ll be hosting Thing Tuesday at PIE.
This month’s gathering features:
- “Getting a Hardware Startup Funded – A Crash Course on Options” – Joe Heitzeberg – Seattle Entrepreneur
- “Prototyping In Portland – Where to go to get things done” – Don Park
- “Electronics For Products – Things To Keep In Mind” – Zac Wheeler
The event begins around 7PM tonight, Tuesday, March 26.
(Robots image courtesy Shutterstock. Used with permission.)
In a world of millions of apps, testing your app can be the difference between getting noticed and getting deleted. That’s why the folks from AppThwack will be discussing tonight at Mobile Portland with “Two Strikes, You’re Out: The Importance of Testing.” Read More
Ah spring! When a young person’s thoughts turn to that of speaking at a variety of events. And as luck would have it, there’s the opportunity to speak at an awesome event right here in town. If you get on it. The Open Source Bridge call for proposals ends March 23 at midnight. Read More
Film can serve to entertain, to educate, and to inspire. But some projects can also serve as an incredibly rich and interesting pool of data. And given the increasingly blurry line between technology and storytelling, the Ashland Independent Film Festival is hosting an event that creatively combines the two, April 6-7. Read More