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Jul 7-9, 2015
Christopher Schmitt
CSS Summit 2015
Author Christopher Schmitt (CSS Cookbook, HTML Cookbook) hosts the CSS and Sass virtual conference, CSS Summit.
Jul 8, 2015
Patrick Wendell
Webcast: Apache Spark 1.4 presented by Databricks co-founder Patrick Wendell
In this webcast, Patrick Wendell from Databricks will be speaking about Spark's new 1.4 release.
Jul 8-10, 2015
Clarissa Peterson
Clarissa Peterson at CascadiaFest
Author Clarissa Peterson (Learning Responsive Web Design: A Beginner's Guide) presents "Responsive Color."
Semiahmoo Resort
9565 Semiahmoo Parkway
Blaine, WA
United States
Jul 9, 2015
Clarissa Peterson
Clarissa Peterson at CSS Summit
Author Clarissa Peterson (Learning Responsive Web Design: A Beginner's Guide) presents "CSS & Sass Color."
Jul 9-9, 2015
Rachel Andrew
Webcast: CSS Selectors
In this webcast Rachel will walk you through the Level 3 CSS Selectors specification with practical examples that you can use in your work today.
Jul 10-10, 2015
Tom Greever
Author Tom Greever present Articulating Design Decisions. The purpose of this session is to help designers become better communicators: to expertly explain their design decisions to the people who have influence over their project.
Overture Center for the Arts
Madison, WI
Jul 13, 2015
Clarissa Peterson
Clarissa Peterson at Refresh Seattle/Code Fellows
Author Clarissa Peterson (Learning Responsive Web Design: A Beginner's Guide) presents "Responsive Color."
Code Fellows
511 Boren Ave N.
Seattle, WA
United States
Jul 14-16, 2015
Clarissa Peterson
Clarissa Peterson at Mobile+Web DevCon
Author Clarissa Peterson (Learning Responsive Web Design: A Beginner's Guide) presents "Color for Developers."
Mariners' Memorial Club & Hotel
609 Sutter Street
San Francisco, CA
United States
Jul 14-14, 2015 Webcast: Practical Java performance tuning
This webcast takes a tour through how the code we write in Java is transformed into bytecode, as well as how execution occurs.
Jul 14-14, 2015
Andy Goodman
Webcast: Zero UI: the end of a screen-based world
In this webcast, we will explore: the technologies, theories, and possible futures of Zero UI; what it means to design and build these interfaces, and; what it will mean to live alongside or even "inside" them.
Jul 14-14, 2015 Webcast: Introducing Cloud Foundry: Learn how to build and deploy cloud-native applications
In this webcast, we will introduce Cloud Foundry — a Platform as a Service technology.
Jul 15, 2015
Gretchen Anderson
Webcast: Designing products and experiences for social impact
In this webcast you'll learn how design for social good is different, and key lessons learned by those working in areas such as voter turn out, education, and public health.
Jul 21-21, 2015
Jen Kramer
Jen Kramer at OSCON
Jen Kramer presents a hands-on interactive workshop, Introduction to Sass, the CSS preprocessor.
Oregon Convention Center
Portland, OR
United States
Jul 21-21, 2015
Michael Monteiga
Webcast: Web Performance Delivered: How To Get Effective Feedback and Seamless Monitoring
Michael Monteiga will share how Constant Contact has crafted a feedback loop that keeps everyone (Operations and Development Teams) in sync about the state of their consumer website, SaaS application, and developer APIs.
Jul 22-22, 2015
Tom Greever
Author Tom Greever present Articulating Design Decisions. The purpose of this session is to help designers become better communicators: to expertly explain their design decisions to the people who have influence over their project.
Oregon Convention Center
Portland, OR
Jul 22-22, 2015
Patrick Catanzariti
Webcast: Real world magic with the Internet of Things and JavaScript
Patrick will provide an overview of what's possible with recent tech including Arduinos, Particle Cores (previously known as Spark Core), Tessel, controlling Android via on{X}, voice recognition and AI using Wit.ai.
Jul 23, 2015
Mahmoud Parsian
Webcast: All-vs-all: Efficient correlation using Spark/Hadoop
The webcast covers Pearson and Spearman correlations implemented in Spark/Hadoop.
Jul 23-23, 2015
Brian Sletten
Webcast: Testing REST APIs for a richer solution
This Webcast will highlight the problems of sufficiently testing REST APIs while providing a rich and relatively straight-forward solution to the problem.
Jul 28, 2015
Alex Kelly
Webcast: Data inclusiveness benefits for all
The goal for this webcast is for everyone to walk away understanding how data inclusion is something we all must work to fix as it's not an isolated issue to people with disabilities.
Jul 28-28, 2015
Alan Wagner
Webcast: Integrating Customer Data at Scale
Join Tamr field engineer Alan Wagner for this webinar to see how leading enterprise are radically simplifying the construction of a comprehensive, 360-degree view of their customers.
Jul 29, 2015
Stephen Thomas
Webcast: Introduction to D3.js: Demystifying the challenges
This session introduces D3 starting with its underlying philosophy. We'll also walk through example code and see some of the nifty visualizations that no other JavaScript library can support.
Jul 29-29, 2015
Randy Guck
Webcast: Extending Cassandra with Doradus OLAP for High Performance Analytics
This webcast will introduce Doradus OLAP and cover topics such as: how Doradus OLAP extends Cassandra from the "outside," techniques used for achieving extreme compression, and the Doradus data model including its support for bi-directional relationships.
Jul 30-30, 2015 Webcast: Preparing Your Site for Holidays and Major Events
In this webinar, Gopal Brugalette of Nordstrom, and Buddy Brewer of SOASTA explain how the different segments of an organization—business, product management and technology, come together to prepare a site for peak traffic.
Jul 30-30, 2015 Webcast: Easy, real-time access to data with Apache Drill
In this panel discussion, Matt Aslett from 451 Research with an end-user and the Apache Drill architect, will explore the major role SQL-on-Hadoop technologies play in organizations and cover real implementation stories.
Aug 1-2, 2015
Jason Myers
Jason Myers at PyOhio
Author Jason Myers (Essential SQLAlchemy, 2nd ed) will be speaking at PyOhio about "Filling the Flask". Just because Flask is a micro-framework doesn’t mean we still don’t want to have great AAA (authentication, authorization, and accounting), email services, simplified database access/migrations and form handling. Lets look at some of the most common libraries used to build the powerful simplicity of Flask into a full featured web application without having to…
The Ohio Union at Ohio State University
1739 N. High Street
Columbus, OH
United States
Aug 5-5, 2015
Keith Welch
Webcast: Building Cross Platform Apps in C# with Xamarin Forms
This webcast will introduce you to Xamarin forms, and discuss its benefits and limitations. A real world example will be used to demonstrate how Xamarin can be used in non-trivial apps.
Aug 12-12, 2015 Webcast: Tame the firehose with Elasticsearch and Spark
We will discuss several aspects including design of search cluster, experimentation setup for performance tuning, learnings from cloud services, fault tolerance, monitoring, customer facing APIs, lowering costs and other best practices, to get the most out of your hardware.
Aug 13-13, 2015
Yang Li
Webcast: Apache Kylin from eBay: Extreme OLAP engine for Hadoop
Assuming an IoLT for our bodies is feasible, what makes sensoring and monitoring data emanating from our bodies unique and why would we elect to participate in this seemingly Orwellian mistake?
Aug 14, 2015
Bryson Payne
Webcast: Teach Your Kids to Code: Basic concepts with Turtle graphics in Python
In this webcast, you will learn how to engage children from pre-K through college with short, interactive, visual programs for every age level.
Aug 18-18, 2015
Neal Ford
Webcast: Comparing Service-based Architectures
Software architecture is a fast-moving, multidisciplinary subject where entire suites of "best practices" become obsolete practically overnight. No single path or curriculum exists, and different types of architecture—application, integration, enterprise—require different subject emphasis.
Aug 19-19, 2015
Albert Sweigart
Webcast: Automating the Keyboard and Mouse with Python using GUI Techniques
In this webcast, Al Sweigart covers the Python GUI automation techniques described in his latest book, Automate the Boring Stuff with Python.
Aug 19-19, 2015
George T. Heineman
Webcast: Exploring Algorithms in Python
In this webcast, George Heineman will demonstrate the principles behind kd-trees and how they can be used to solve a number of interesting problems, such as nearest neighbor and range queries.
Aug 20-20, 2015
Michael Minella
Webcast: The connected car: An example of streaming real-time analytics
In this webcast session we will explore the power of Spring XD in the context of the Internet of Things (IoT).
Aug 26-26, 2015 Webcast: Design Sprint: A Practical Process for Creating Great Digital Products
In this webcast, you'll learn both why and how Design Sprints work and how you can use Design Sprints to enhance your own design process.
Sep 1-1, 2015
Tanya Schlusser
Webcast: It’s time to get ready for the office football pool (using Python)
Here's a simple look at predicting game outcomes and choosing fantasy players using Pandas, Scikit-Learn, and a couple of years of historical data.
Sep 2-2, 2015
Raymond Camden
Webcast: Static site generators: Why use them and how they work
In this webcast I'll talk about why you would use static site generators, how they work in general, how one (Harp) works in particular, and discuss how to add dynamic aspects back into the static site.
Sep 3-3, 2015
Josh Rosen
Webcast: Deep Dive into Project Tungsten: Bringing Spark Closer to Bare Metal
In this talk, we will give an update on its progress and dive into some of the technical challenges we are solving.
Sep 10-10, 2015 Webcast: A Business User’s Guide to Big Data on Hadoop
This webcast will give an overview of deploying Hadoop within the organization as a strategic initiative for business advantage.
Sep 10-10, 2015
Dani Nordin
Webcast: Documenting Design Patterns for Cross-Functional Product Teams
In this webcast, Harvard Business Review's Senior UX Designer, Dani Nordin, will describe the process we have been working on to document existing design patterns and create a working set of elements that allow both for rapid iteration of design prototypes and implementation of templates in code.
Sep 16-16, 2015
Sean O Sullivan
Webcast: A tour of the Beacosystem: Proximity and the Beacon ecosystem
This webcast gives a tour of the Beacosystem, and will cover: proximity (vs location), the beacon approach, startups and giants in the beacosystem, and more.
Sep 21-22, 2015
Christopher Schmitt
Content Strategy Summit 2015
Author Christopher Schmitt (HTML5 Cookbook, CSS Cookbook) hosts the virtual content strategy and content management conference, Content Strategy Summit 2015
Oct 8-8, 2015
Jennifer Kahnweiler
Webcast: Quiet Influence: The New Wave of Leadership
Learn how to implement the Quiet Influence Process and make the most of six natural strengths.
Nov 3-6, 2015
Doug Sillars
Doug Sillars at Oredev
Author Doug Sillars will present 2 talks at Oredev in Malmo Sweden in November 2015 on mobile security and performance.
Malmo, Sweden