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This event occurred 774 days ago.
Start date April 11, 2015
End date April 11, 2015
Attendance 946
Registrations 1564
Image 200px
Location Best Buy Headquarters, 7601 Penn Avenue South Richfield, MN 55423
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Type MinneBar

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10 Lessons about Culture Change and Becoming a Catalyst for Good
by Beth McKeever

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A Conversation: Racial Diversity in the Tech Space
by David Edgerton

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A11y Moneyball - 3 Common Mistakes of Website Accessibility
by Bill Tyler

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Accelerating the growth of Minnesota’s digital games industry
by Nicolaas VanMeerten, Evva Kraikul

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Across the Spectrum: UX Meets IoT
by David Quimby, Lukas Johnson

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Anatomy of a Redesign: Making the new StarTribune.com
by Jim Bernard

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Anyone Can Code
by Abbie Tuckner

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App Developers: Containers are in your Future
by Paul Lundberg

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Beyond REST: Web Services Designed for Mobile
by Sam Kirchmeier

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Building High Powered Cross-Platform Chrome Apps with AngularJS
by Stephen Fluin

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Building Lightning-Fast Websites
by Joe Strommen

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Building the Elevator Art Shanty and a Raspberry Pi Powered T-Shirt Cannon, and CatFeeder
by David Bryan, Cali Mastny, Caly McMorrow, Aaron Prust, Matt Mackall

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Burn that notebook! Password management for the masses
by Jeff Lin

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Burnout and Depression Uncensored
by Paul Prins

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CoAP: The IETF's New Protocol for the Internet of Things
by Patrick Barrett

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Collaborating with Government (or anybody, really)
by Bill Bushey

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Covert DevOps - Grassroots Methods for Subtle Improvements
by Bryan Welch

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Creating Small Teams that Kick A$$ and take names
by Chip Pedersen

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Design first development.
by Nate Edwards, Bradford Hosack

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DevOps 101, now with War Stories!
by Donnie Berkholz

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DevOps in a box: a Vagrant-based continuous delivery pipeline on your workstation
by Charles Betz

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Digital era: Information/option Overload - (Check
by Vinoth Gopalakrishnan

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Diverse Perspectives: I code. I parent. I role model. I engage.
by Sara Heitkamp, Brittani Uribe

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Driverless Vehicles - You Won't Be Driving within Three Years
by Reed Robinson

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ESports 101: The Business of Competitive Gaming
by Michael Migliacio

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Excel to Database to Excel, a Round Trip via Rails
by Ben Leadholm

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Fear & Failure
by Patrick Byrne

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Fiery Inferno: Outsourcing Web Projects Edition!
by Toby Cryns

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Founder support - Entrepreneurship isn't a solo sport
by Thomas Knoll

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Git & GitHub Tips & Tricks
by Joshua Wehner

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Go With the Flow: A Reactive State of Mind
by Colin Lee

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Gobot Meets IoT : Using Go to Control The “Things” Around Us.
by Justin Grammens

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Going Lean: Let's Talk Tangibles
by Sara Cowles

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Hardware Hacking a new musical instrument with an Arduino and an Electric Guitar
by Logan Poelman

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Hiring Exchange - Come pitch your job-seeking friend!
by Matt Decuir

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How to Make a Bonsai Tree out of Math
by Paul Cantrell

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How to design the fun out of things
by Brock Dubbels

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How to encrypt personal communications and why you should
by Colin Bartol

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Improvisation: How to Unleash Creative, Flexible, Cohesive Teams
by Jim Barrett

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Investors love SBIR that support technological innovations with commercial potential.
by Pat Dillon

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JavaScript Application Tooling for a Modern Development Experience
by Aaron Ackerman

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Kids, Code and Diversity
by Jaim Zuber, Jean Weiss, Marie Gottschalk, Rebecca Schatz

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Lean Startup: Building Product-Market Fit & Your Business Model
by Carla Pavone, Justin Porter

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Learn to Sell Your Ideas to Investors, Collaborators, and Potential Customers, a Surefire Way to be Successful
by Jeffry Brown, Chris Carlson

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Legal Primer: Using Free and Open Source Software
by Nathan Kumagai

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Lessons Learned in Starting a Podcast
by Ian Bannerman, Andy Tinkham

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Lessons in Product Dev. - Because You Can, Doesn't Mean You Should
by Reed Robinson

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Lessons in startup PR: How to launch a product
by Matt Ronge

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Lightning Talks (minnebar 10)
by Luke Francl

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MNvest Equity Crowdfunding (how to fund your business online)
by Zach Robins, Ryan Schildkraut

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Managing Tech Teams
by Scott Davis

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Managing Your IT Career v7 - (Why do recruiters suck so bad?)
by Paul DeBettignies

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Minnebar 10 on Minnebar
by Jamie Thingelstad

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Networking 101: How to Network with People not Computers
by Jennifer Simon

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Never Trust Any Published Algorithm
by Mark Gritter

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NoSQL - Polyglot Persistence
by Michael Helfer

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Piranha Pool (TM) II
by Jeffrey C. Robbins

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Planning a Startup Accelerator in MN
by Matt Otterstatter

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Polymer - Google's library of HTML5 Web Components Making web dev awesome
by Lloyd Cledwyn

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Productivity Tools
by Adrienne, Amanda Nagy

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Reactive Extensions: Beyond the Basics
by Daniel Lew

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Robots and AI Won't Take Over (...If we pay attention)
by Jeremy Lizakowski

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Ruby on High Speed Rails: Using a Debian Stable Vagrant Box
by Jason Hsu

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Securing Web Applications - Using Intercepting Proxies for Fun & Profit
by Douglas Frank, Daniel Sandau

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Sleep with dan grigsby
by Dan Grigsby

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State, Immutability, and Persistent Data Structures
by Brian Maddy

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Supporting tech innovators in MSP
by Matt Lewis

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Tech tools for Finance & Money
by Patrick Donohue

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The Changing World of Publishing
by Charles Edge

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The Coding Samurai: The Way of the Computer Warrior
by Ian Felton

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The State of Startups
by Jeff Pesek, Mike Bollinger, Ryan Broshar, Patrick Meenan

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The Tweetskirt: A Javascript Developer's Journey Into Hardware
by Kristina Durivage

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Think Different On Your Go To Market Strategy- $2.5 Capital Raise - $1 Million a Month in Orders before Launch - case study
by Jeffry Brown

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Top 10 Tech Law Developments This Year
by Damien Riehl

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Tweets From The Dystopian Mirror Dimension: They Have Minnebar Too!
by Ian Fitzpatrick

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Twin Cities: The startup capital of the “North"
by Carson Kipfer, Ryan Broshar

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UX on a Lab-Style Team
by Rob Stenzinger, Arthur Beisang

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Use Storytelling to Build Your Brand and Engage Buyers
by Jim Dahline

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Using WordPress to create the MVP for your startup/business/etc.
by Nick Ciske, Zack Steven

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VR in 2015: Develop now for what's coming
by Zach Wendt

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What Smart Watches mean for mobile experience design
by Mike Bollinger

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What's New With Drupal?
by Tim Erickson

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What's it's really like to work in Game industry
by Chip Pedersen

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Where To Find A Drink In Minneapolis
by Brad Armstrong

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You know what would be nice...
by John Cosgrove

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Your startup is newsworthy (probably). How to generate media attention
by Chuck Grothaus

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“I See Innovation Ecosystems”
by David Quimby, Clyde Hanson

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Presenters

Andy Tinkham


Bill Bushey


Brad Armstrong


Brian Maddy


Bryan Welch


Carson Kipfer


Clyde Hanson


Colin Lee


Damien Riehl


Dan Grigsby


Daniel Lew


David Quimby


Donnie Berkholz


Ian Fitzpatrick


Jaim Zuber


Jamie Thingelstad

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.

Jason Hsu


Jeff Lin


Jeff Pesek


Jeffrey C. Robbins


Jeffry Brown


Jeremy Lizakowski


John Cosgrove


Justin Grammens


Justin Porter

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.

Luke Francl


Mark Gritter


Matt Ronge


Mike Bollinger


Nick Ciske


Patrick Donohue


Patrick Meenan


Paul Cantrell


Paul DeBettignies


Paul Prins


Rebecca Schatz

Founder of Code Savvy a nonprofit organization inspiring a kids and teens to explore computer programming and creative problem solving. Code Savvy initiatives include CoderDojo Twin Cities, TechnovationMN, Get With the Program and the Northside Code Clubs. Tweeting @CodeSavvyOrg @rebeccaschatz

Reed Robinson


Ryan Broshar


Sam Kirchmeier


Sara Cowles


Sara Heitkamp


Scott Davis


Stephen Fluin


Thomas Knoll

Thomas is founder & CEO of clippPR.com, a startup advisor, and a connector for the #VegasTech community. He has been a community architect, community cultivator, product designer, social marketer, customer developer, and startup advisor for companies including 500Startups, LaunchRock, Zappos, UserVoice, and Seesmic.

Tim Erickson


Toby Cryns


Zach Robins


Zach Wendt


Zack Steven


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