React Mini Session: Let’s build a small React app together
1691 Kettering St.
React is a library, not a framework like Angular or Ember. It doesn’t require you to be a fully committed true believer to use it. You can quickly add React components to your existing site. Or go full-tilt and create an entire web app with help from libraries like Redux and React-Router.
Join us for an evening session and work with us as we build a small React app together. Along the way, we will describe the pieces of React and what they do. By the end of the evening, you will understand what React is and know whether you are ready to master it in our weekend session on March 25th and 26th.
Please join us for a free evening of React. Learn what it is and what it takes to use it to create sophisticated websites. All attendees will also receive a discount code for our already low priced, weekend workshop.
Additional info: https://www.meetup.com/peoplespace/events/237693234/?rv=ea1&_af=event&_af_eid=237693234&https=on
The Laguna Niguel Connectors (LNC) group mission is to help business professionals in the local community get connected and stay connected by providing a local and convenient venue.
With a focus on “community building” and helping others FIRST, we have evolved from establishing connections to establishing relationships that help like-minded professionals derive greater values from these connections.
Meets the 1st Wednesday of the Month – Evening meetings only
Additional info: http://lagunaniguelconnectors.com/
March 2-5, 2017
The Full Access Pass, which provides access to all SCALE sessions, is $75. The Expo Only Ticket, providing access to exhibit hall only, is $20. The exhibit halls for SCALE 15x are open Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Be the first in your neighborhood to register for the largest open-source event in North America.
For additional info: https://www.socallinuxexpo.org/scale/15x
The Sportscouncil SV is pleased to announce its first VIP sports and tech event,at the StubHub center, home of the LA Galaxy (MLS).
6.15 pm – 7.00 pm: Networking, cocktail reception, and product demos.
7.00 pm – 7.10 pm: Introduction and setting the stage for what is the SportsCouncil SV
7.10 pm – 7.50 pm: Panel #1: “How wearables, VR, AR, sensors, data analytics/AI, drones will change the game of professional sports”.
7.50 pm – 8.20 pm: Startup competition
8.20 pm – 9 pm: Product demos and networking
Speakers and judges confirmed so far:
– Skylar Richards, Director of Sports Science & head ATC, Dallas FC (MLS),
– Marco Nunez, head athletic trainer, LA Lakers (NBA)
– Dr Lee HancockOlympic Sport Psychologist, Education programs creator for MLS and AVP
– Stuart Sharp,US Paralympic coach, US Soccer
– Chris Webb, managing director, Ireland Ventures
– Steve Gera, Creative Officer, Gain Group
What’s on the agenda for the event?
We will have panel discussions about how wearables, AR, VR, AI/data analytics, drones sports can revolutionize the sports fans experience and the world of sports training. We will also showcase innovative VR sports startups.
To pre-register for this event, get more details (pricing, etc.), speak, sponsor or demo your technology there, fill out the form below and click send!
Why should you attend?
If you are into sports and tech, this is an “exclusive” VIP sports and tech event. It will be a great opportunity for you to accelerate your business, make deals with pro teams, find new customers, investors, promote your technology, learn about the current and future sports tech trends and discover emerging technologies in wearables, VR, AR, AI/analytics, drones in sports that will impact the world of sports.\
You will get a chance to meet local sports teams (NBA, NHL, MLS, NFL..), team owners, VCs, large tech companies and innovative sports startups to discuss this topic.
Topics: Swift, Core Animation
We will be covering a variety of animation topics using practical examples:
1) A login view controller demonstrating:
• A constraint animation when the keyboard appears
• An animated UIVisualEffectView
• A transform based fly in animation
• A spring based shake animation
• A particle animation
Concepts covered: IBOutlet Collections, UIView animations (constraint, spring, transform), UIVisualEffectView, NotificationCenter, CAEmitterLayer
2) A tableview demonstrating:
• Index based cell colors (cell gradient),
• Tableview cell animations when scrolling in and scrolling out tableView cells
• A tableView header with a zoom bounce effect.
Concepts covered: UIScrollViewDelegate, UITableViewDataSource, Color interpolation
3) A tabbar controller demonstrating a custom tabbar gradient highlight with an implicit CALayer animation, and how to shut the implicit animation off.
Concepts covered: CAGradientLayer, Implicit Animation, CATransaction
4) A custom UIRefreshControl with path based keyframe animation
Concepts covered: CAShapeLayer, CAReplicatorLayer, Emplicit CALayer Animation
Limited availability so please update your RSVP if your plans change.
Additional info: https://www.meetup.com/OCAppExecutives/events/237637859/
6:30 PM Doors Open & Networking
7:00 PM Announcements and Presentation
8:30 PM Meeting Adjourned
A cyber attacker needs to find only one way in, while defenders need to guard a lot of ground. Adversaries can fully debug and perfect their attacks on their own computers, exactly replicating the environment that they will later be targeting. This is the situation today, which has been exacerbated by an increasing trend towards a software “monoculture” (in which there are only two major desktop operating systems and two major phone operating systems, one major office software suite, and so on).
One possible defense is software diversity, which raises the bar to attackers. A lot of academic and industrial research is currently investigating such software diversity, from simple ASLR (address space layout randomization) to more complex whole-program randomization. In the latter, a diversification engine automatically generates a large number of different versions of the same program, potentially one unique version for every computer. These all behave in exactly the same way from the perspective of the end-user, but they implement their functionality in subtly different ways. As a result, a specific attack will succeed on only a small fraction of targets and a large number of different attack vectors would be needed to take over a significant percentage of them. Because an attacker has no way of knowing a priori which specific attack will succeed on which specific target, this method also very significantly increases the cost of attacks directed at specific targets.
Unfortunately, attackers have now started assembling their attacks on the target itself, circumventing diversity. Hence, in the arms race between attackers and defenders, we are already at the point where yet another set of defenses is needed, before the previous one is even fully deployed across the software industry.
My talk will present a time-line of attacks and defenses, clearly illustrating a “cat and mouse game” in which defenses are almost always reactive to attacks that have already happened. I will discuss his vision of how to get ahead of the attackers, and close by stating why, in spite of the bleak situation today, I am confident that we will eventually be able to stop most kinds of cyber attacks completely.
Additional information: https://www.meetup.com/ACM-OC/events/235449530/
This month, OCJUG member Sridhar Venkatesh will be presenting on application performance monitoring (APM). He’ll give a solid overview of what it takes to monitor a serious application.
7:00 Presentation begins
8:30 JetBrains product raffle, then off-site networking
Immediately after the meeting, we will head to El Torito Grill (map) for dinner, drinks, and more networking and discussion.
See you there!
• What is APM?
• Actors & Use Cases
• Typical APM components
• Application monitoring (with sample dashboards)
• Java application monitoring
• Problems with APM
• APM as Big Data
• APM Analytics
• Future Direction of APM
In our work with the leading tech companies, we’ve seen that building quality software is always a team effort. Effective team members need to understand and appreciate the various aspects of the creative process, including design, innovation, development, marketing, and sales.
Vincit Dev Talks is designed to bring directors down from their towers and developers out from their cubicles. We will feature speeches on a variety of topics ranging from marketing and business development to software engineering. Talks will be brief but informative, leaving time to chat and enjoy the free food and drinks.
For more information about the agenda, schedule and speakers, please visit https://vincitdevtalks.com
Come and join us for Round Table Discussions on various Service Management and Support topics
Join us as we share and learn from each other. Find out how you can improve your service, or get ideas on how to deal with challenges that you may be facing today.
We are looking forward to sharing everyone’s experiences, advice, recommendations, warnings, etc. related to the topics you want to talk about. We will split up into groups to have mini round table discussions. Please submit your topics to discuss.
Some topic suggestions:
Submit Your Discussion Topic(s)!
If you have a topic that you want to make sure is discussed, please submit it when registering.
Lunch will be provided.
We’re celebrating entrepreneurship in Orange County with music, parties, pitches and some great content. Come hear from distinguished speakers, network with industry influencers, have a good time and get inspired.
This conference qualifies for CPE credits!
Passes include a full lunch, entrance into the main conference room and all conference material.
Data Connectors will be hosting. The event will start at 8:15 AM with a check-in and opening introductions before presentation sessions begin at 8:45. Between the educational sessions that go throughout the day, there will be time to visit vendor booths to obtain information regarding product and service offerings.
The Anaheim Tech-Security Conference features 40-60 vendor exhibits and 8-12 educational speaker sessions discussing current tech-security issues such as cloud security, email and social media security, VoIP, LAN security, wireless security, USB drives security & more. Numerous door prizes such as iPads, Kindles, $25, $50 and $100 gift cards and lots more! You’ll come away with advice and knowledge so you can start proactively protecting your environment from the latest security breaches. Your registration will include your breakfast, lunch, conference materials and entrance into the conference sessions and exhibit area. THIS CONFERENCE QUALIFIES FOR CPE CREDITS.
For additional information: http://www.dataconnectors.com/event/anaheim-6-1-17/