I know you probably just finished eating and lunch is probably the last thing on your mind. But I wanted to remind you that Chirpify will hosting Portland Lunch 2.0, Wednesday April 17 at noon. Read More
Given that March 14 is pi day—you know, 3.14—we thought that would be the most appropriate day for PIE to host Portland Lunch 2.0. And apparently you agreed.
There’s only one little problem… Read More
While Portland Lunch 2.0 is always a great excuse to get together, it’s always nice to have something to celebrate. And this month’s hosts just announced some big news: New Relic has secured $80 million in funding led by Insight Venture Partners. Read More
Portland Lunch 2.0 is back—and more popular than ever. We saw proof of that last Thursday at CrowdCompass. Over 270 people signed up through the Meetup page and we had 200+ walk through our office. It was a great turnout, and we were happy to host. Read More
Jama Software restarted Portland Lunch 2.0 with a huge crowd. And now CrowdCompass is opening their doors to welcome the Portland startup scene to lunch. And if you’re interested, they would love to have you join them next Thursday, December 6. Read More
I’m really happy to see the response to the return of Portland Lunch 2.0. Lots of companies wanting to sponsor. Lots of people wanting to attend. Lots of Portland types getting to meet one another. Which all in all equals a whole lot of awesome. Read More
So I’ve been feeling a little disconnected lately. And I’m not alone. The Portland startup scene has grown quite a bit in the past few years. New people have moved to town. New startups have sprung up. Existing startups have gotten bigger. Read More
The dust has settled from last week’s whirlwind of activity associated with Open Source Bridge, and it’s time to get back to the routine.
Don’t fret though, you can see all your pals at Lunch 2.0 at ISITE Design on Wednesday to rehash the awesomeness, or if you didn’t make it to OSB, you can hear about when went on last week. Read More
Amidst the flurry of activity recently, maybe you didn’t notice there will be another chapter in the PDX Lunch 2.0 saga this Thursday, June 4 at Webtrends.
The kind people at Webtrends have agreed to give Open Source Bridge a forum to chat about the conference, which is quickly approaching, June 17-19 at the Oregon Convention Center.
Remember Open Source Bridge, the volunteer-run conference for open source citizens? Read More
I promised you there were more lunches on tap, and here you go.
On July 15, Pacific Real Estate Partners will be hosting Lunch 2.0 at Jive Software.
You may recall that Jive has moved into and is renovating the old Federal Reserve Building on SW Stark and SW 9th. Read More