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|Start date||April 7, 2012|
|End date||April 7, 2012|
|Location|| Best Buy Headquarters, 7601 Penn Avenue South Richfield, MN 55423|
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Learn about 3D printing a real, live Makerbot.
A frank discussion about burnout and finding happiness in the work we do.
by Amanda Ingle
Explore bad habits and solve them with the miraculous tools of the interwebs and mobile devices.
by Adah Ojile
Money. Technology. Chutzpah.
Tame slow responses and meet a couple of nice Pythonistas.
Development automation with Chef, for all levels of experience.
by Jeff Sussna
The activities and behaviors that characterize User-Centered IT organizations.
by Ben Edwards
Share stories of failure and success and learn what worked and what didn't.
by Rich Hoeg
A discussion about the evolving field of business apps for mobile devices.
by Albert Hepp
Have an idea? Want to hear about idea stage ideas you could be a part of?
A case study of zero to iBookstore in 3 weeks.
Discuss the Hot-Neutral-Anchor approach for generating color schemes.
A panel discussion on crowdfunding from donations all the way to raising capital.
by Chris Zweber
Forget Heroku. Set up your own automatic git deployment workflow.
Learn from an open source reference implementation of an Android REST client app.
by Tom Edwards
The positives and negatives of integrating your app and CMS in a single database.
Do you know your HTTP status codes? You will after this rapid-fire presentation!
Come and present your vision in a speed dating fashion and meet your future co-founders.
by Mike Bollinger, Jeff Pesek, Jim Moar, Troy Kopischke, Justin Kaufenberg, Tony Abena, Michael Gorman
A quantitative look at local investment activity, followed by a panel discussion.
Learn about Gearman, an asynchronous job queue that can help your website scale.
Learn about Gentoo Linux from one of the project's leaders.
by Brad Broulik
Write once and run on all mobile platforms with jQuery Mobile.
by Nena Street
The effort to build a research park/business incubator for the robotics industry in Minnesota.
by Ketan Kakkad
Get ready for HTML5 with this talk on features, best practices, and resources for a deeper dive.
A case study (from both sides) on using networking and persistence to land a great job.
by Kevin Hale
by Justin Peck
Get started on iOS development with Obj-C, Xcode and Interface Builder.
How Intellectual Property can help your business succeed. http://speakerdeck.com/u/justinporter/p/ip-your-super-secret-weapon-against-the-evil-competition
by Matt Ronge
Learn how to use Apple's profiling tools to eliminate crashes and speed up your apps.
Lessons from Gentoo Linux's 7 years in Google Summer of Code.
by Mike Horwath
How to decide between different virtualization and cloud solutions.
This talk will go over the fundamentals of push notifications, implementation, and best practices.
by Luke Francl
Quick-fire talks and demos, from shortest to longest.
The fourth edition of this wide-ranging and always-relevant topic.
Learn the best methods for redirecting mobile users and mobile usability.
An open discussion about the challenges and opportunities for musicians online.
by Curt Prins
Learn how your customer acquisition process can benefit from good, old dating advice.
Come share your experiences with NoSQL data stores.
Join the Web of Trust by participating in an informal OpenPGP/GnuPG key signing party.
by Ian Dees
Discover the project that Bing, MapQuest, and Apple take advantage of in products you use every day.
by Drew Fleck
Find out how to percolate your connections so you can expand your entrepreneurial social capital.
by Brad Marsh
build native iPhone and Android apps using Phonegap, jQuery Mobile and your HTML skills.
A panel discussion on the revolutionary changes in publishing.
Improve your recruiting to increase your chances of making that next crucial hire.
by Amy Smith
What does it mean to make your website mobile-friendly?
Best practices for keeping a VPS up-to-date and secure.
by Eric Zierdt
Learn how to use SQL Server Management Studio's Execution Plans to debug poorly performing queries.
This our moment, our golden opportunity to develop the next-generation CMS.
This will be an engaging, ad-hoc discussion about the challenges of growing a company.
The best websites are made when specialists work collaboratively, not in silos.
by Wade Schulz
Managing and evolving complex health care data sets.
Measuring digital influence: current realities and future possibilities.
How W3i grew a mobile dev team from 6 to 22 in 6 months (including highlights and lowlights).
Learn how Varnish can cache your site for performance you never thought possible.
by Chris Coyier
Make a better web by accommodating the (many) things we don't know about the user.
Want to know about the amazing Content Management System called Drupal?
See what's new and improved in PHP 5.4, with some in-depth coverage of big new features.
Discover your "why" to develop your brand and differentiate yourself.
Make words work for you.
Find the next great WordPress plugin that will capture your heart.
Designer and client-side coder. Founded Minnesota's Barcamp and together with Luke Francl put together various events and programs throughout the year aimed at catalyzing tech and design innovation and a startup culture within the state. Co-Founder of Refactr LLC, a consultancy and product development shop focused on rapidly developing and deploying web and mobile applications.
Jamie is CTO of SPS Commerce, the retail industry's most broadly adopted cloud services platform. Previously, he served as CTO for leading financial publishers including the Wall Street Journal Digital Network, Enterprise Media Group of Dow Jones and MarketWatch, Inc. He was the founding CTO of BigCharts, the leading provider of financial tools and information to consumers and financial services companies via the web. In 1999, BigCharts was acquired by MarketWatch and the technology is still used by Dow Jones & Company today. In addition, Jamie has developed and managed products and technologies for properties including Barron’s, Virtual Stock Exchange, Dow Jones Newswires and Dow Jones Indexes.
Justin Porter has numerous years of experience in a variety of technology and business roles. His most recent position was working in an environment where he was responsible for launching high technology-based start-up companies. He previously worked with a variety of consulting clients in a professional services role. He has a balanced mix of consulting, industry, and technical experiences, allowing him to be leveraged in all phases of a company. Mr. Porter has experience across many technology sectors including life sciences, physical and engineering sciences, software and information technology, and agriculture. Mr. Porter holds a BSB in Management Information Systems and Entrepreneurial Studies from the University of Minnesota – Twin Cities and an MBA from the University of Minnesota – Carlson School of Management.
I'm a strategic planner and consultant. I collaborate with clients to design innovative marketing, services and products that reach customers by integrating brick and mortar with e-commerce, social networks and mobile applications. In order to build long-term success, I work with clients as they manage change that makes an organization more authentic and true to mission. I also write and speak about brand narrative and how influence works on the Social Internet. I was SVP Product & Technology, Knight Ridder and COO Ikonic/USWeb.
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