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Monday, April 18
 

12:00pm EDT

React Lunch & Learn
Learn to write a React app while you eat lunch, and get ready for the React Hack Night.

Anybody will be welcome to show up and get an introduction to React. We will go through the steps of building a web application. Teaching points will include how to think in terms of React, how to bind data to the screen, HTML forms and Ajax integration. 

Organizers & Speakers
avatar for Sergio Cruz

Sergio Cruz

Developer & Teacher, Code School
Hi! I am an application developer who has a huge passion learning. Most recently I've found that I love teaching and shaking knowledge as well. I help co-organize a couple of meetups around town: OrlandoJS and Orlando Devs. I also help run the Orlando Devs Slack Group, which is where... Read More →
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Orlando Devs

The Orlando Developers User Group is for developers of all skill levels in the Orlando area to come learn about improving yourself as a developer. We focus primarily on professional development and soft skills, but we will also be featuring technical talks and presentations on various... Read More →


Monday April 18, 2016 12:00pm - 2:00pm EDT
The Iron Yard 101 S Garland Ave

7:00pm EDT

Ignite Orlando
If you had five minutes on stage what would you say? Ignite Orlando Tech Week is a night of high-energy, fast-paced lightning talks where slides advance automatically every 15 seconds - that's the fun of Ignite! Join us on the first night of Tech Week to hear about interesting topics delivered to you in a brand new way.

Each speaker gets exactly five minutes to teach, enlighten, or inspire the crowd, all backed up by 20 slides that advance automatically every 15 seconds.
Talks cover a wide range of (often geeky) topics, from roller skating to nuclear reactors.

#igniteotw 

Moderators
avatar for Carlos Souza

Carlos Souza

Author, Code School
Software Development & Education

Monday April 18, 2016 7:00pm - 10:00pm EDT
PowerDMS 101 S Garland Ave
 
Tuesday, April 19
 

9:00am EDT

Dense Networks
Dense Networks conference will provide the critical business models, technology architectures and action plans necessary to compete and win in eight markets: utilities, transportation, real estate, education, hospitality, public safety and venues, and healthcare. We’ll focus on the core network technologies enabling greater connectivity and capacity, including IoT, Wi-­‐Fi, Small Cell, RAN, IP and M2M.

OTW attendees use discount code DN79

 

 

Organizers & Speakers
PM

Peter Murray

Executive Director, Dense Networks


Tuesday April 19, 2016 9:00am - 5:00pm EDT
UCF Rosen School of Hospitality 9907 Universal Blvd, Orlando, FL 32819

3:00pm EDT

Women Who Code
weVENTURE Orlando presents Orlando Women Who Code.

More and more Orlando companies are seeking female developer talent to bring better products to market. Let’s explore how to fill the pipeline, connect current female talent to great opportunities & help our companies build cultures that attract female talent.

Register for Orlando Women Who Code here!

Organizers & Speakers
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WeVenture

weVENTURE Orlando
WE ARE ENTREPRENEURIAL WARRIORSTogether, we RAISE the profile of women in businessWe embody the NEW POWER and the new economyWe are proud to generate WEALTH for ourselves and othersWe ask our girls to consider FUTURES as entrepreneurs and technologistsWe are REDEFINING the conversation... Read More →


Tuesday April 19, 2016 3:00pm - 4:00pm EDT
The Iron Yard 101 S Garland Ave

6:00pm EDT

React Hack Night

Orlando Devs is at it again! We listened to everyone who wanted a React Hack Night and here it is!
What is React? Built by Facebook, React is one of the hottest JavaScript libraries that is used to rapidly create user interfaces. 

Details:

Come join us from 6:00PM-10:00PM with a team of no more than 4 to develop a web or mobile project using React or React Native, and see what kind of REACT-ion your team will receive.  

  • There will be a special React Hack Night Tshirt given to everyone who attends
  • Kick ass prizes (still to be determined)
  • Secret swag maybe ;)
Rules/Guidlines:
  • Teams no more than 4 people
  • React or React Native must be used in your web or mobile project. 
  • ALL code must be written during hack night. 
  • Usage of existing libraries is okay.
  • More details to come

Moderators
avatar for Sergio Cruz

Sergio Cruz

Developer & Teacher, Code School
Hi! I am an application developer who has a huge passion learning. Most recently I've found that I love teaching and shaking knowledge as well. I help co-organize a couple of meetups around town: OrlandoJS and Orlando Devs. I also help run the Orlando Devs Slack Group, which is where... Read More →

Organizers & Speakers
avatar for Orlando Devs

Orlando Devs

The Orlando Developers User Group is for developers of all skill levels in the Orlando area to come learn about improving yourself as a developer. We focus primarily on professional development and soft skills, but we will also be featuring technical talks and presentations on various... Read More →


Tuesday April 19, 2016 6:00pm - 10:59pm EDT
Church Street Exchange 101 S Garland Avenue, Orlando Fl, 32801
 
Wednesday, April 20
 

9:00am EDT

Dense Networks
Dense Networks conference will provide the critical business models, technology architectures and action plans necessary to compete and win in eight markets: utilities, transportation, real estate, education, hospitality, public safety and venues, and healthcare. We’ll focus on the core network technologies enabling greater connectivity and capacity, including IoT, Wi-­‐Fi, Small Cell, RAN, IP and M2M.

OTW attendees use discount code DN79 

Organizers & Speakers
PM

Peter Murray

Executive Director, Dense Networks



Wednesday April 20, 2016 9:00am - 2:00pm EDT
UCF Rosen School of Hospitality 9907 Universal Blvd, Orlando, FL 32819
 
Thursday, April 21
 

12:00pm EDT

Lean UX Guru Laura Klein - User Engagement through Data
This presentation is a RARE opportunity for Orlando Starters! If you are serious about applying Lean Startup to understanding user behavior, then come by and absorb the experience of an internationally acclaimed expert on Lean UX. Laura Klein is a thought leader, author, and principal at Users Know.

Based in Silicon Valley, she is a true expert on Lean Startup methods having with many startups and companies you have heard of. In 2013, she wrote the "UX for Lean Startups" book as part of Eric Ries's Lean Series. In this presentation, she will cover various Lean UX techniques: Quantitative v Qualitative methods, understanding friction, multi-variate testing, and what NOT to do when trying to launch a new product/service.

BONUS: Half the meeting will be specific questions for Laura from the audience! If you have easily accessible URL to show her, send it to me. But whatever you do, do NOT miss out on this one. :)

Organizers & Speakers
avatar for Rajiv Menon

Rajiv Menon

Founder, Informulate
Rajiv Menon is an entrepreneur, consultant, and mentor. He is the Founder/Solution Architect at Informulate, a unique web + mobile consultancy that employs Lean Startup and Agile methodologies, launched in 2006. He launched Talent4Startups.org, a free, non-profit portal for startup... Read More →


Thursday April 21, 2016 12:00pm - 1:00pm EDT
The Iron Yard 101 S Garland Ave
 
Saturday, April 23
 

8:30am EDT

Space Apps Challenge
JOIN US FOR SPACE APPS 2016!

NASA is preparing for the next International Space Apps Challenge. Space Apps is an international mass collaboration that takes place in cities around the world, embracing collective problem solving with a goal of using NASA's open data to produce open-source solutions that can advance space exploration missions and improve life on Earth. NASA is leading this global collaboration along with a number of additional government collaborators and local partner organizations.

Organizers & Speakers
HA

Holly Akers

Educator/Organizer, Home School/NASA Space Apps Lead
avatar for Valerie Cepero

Valerie Cepero

Local Lead, Space Apps Orlando
avatar for Mika Gainer

Mika Gainer

Orlando SpaceApps


Saturday April 23, 2016 8:30am - 11:00pm EDT
Melrose Center 101 E Central Blvd, Orlando, FL 32801

9:30am EDT

Tech Sassy Girlz Hackathon
Join us for our Tech Sassy Girlz Hackathon powered by Best Buy! On Saturday, April 23, 2016, middle and high school girls will work in teams alongside professional volunteer coders and graphic designers to solve a problem within their respective communities. 

1st and 2nd place team winners will receive scholarships to the Yes! Girls Code Camp to finalize their product and other prizes.

This free event is open to all girls in middle and high school. Space is limited. 

Collegiate Pathways, Inc. (CPI) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. CPI’s purpose is to empower underrepresented middle and high school girls to pursue science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) fields through college preparation, career readiness, and mentoring. 

Tech Sassy Girlz, our signature program, is designed to provide girls in grades 6 - 12 exposure and access to STEM fields and careers. 

Organizers & Speakers
avatar for Laine Powell

Laine Powell

Executive Director, Collegiate Pathways, Inc.



Saturday April 23, 2016 9:30am - 2:30pm EDT
Memorial Middle School 2220 29th St, Orlando, FL 32805

9:30am EDT

BarCamp Orlando

BarCamp Orlando is Saturday April 23rd at Church Street Exchange Building starting at 9:30 AM!  If you want a T-shirt and a speaking slot I highly recommend you come early (as in before 11 AM).  We always seem to run out of both as the day progresses.

Presenting

  • If you plan to present with slides, please bring the proper VGA adapter for your laptop and do not depend on / expect any wifi.  Also please try to ensure your talk does not go too far beyond the 20 minute mark.  Each talk slot will be on the hour and half hour, allowing for a little time for questions (5 mins) and for foot traffic (5 mins).
  • The board will open for talk signups at 9:30 AM and the first talks will start at 10 AM.

Venues

  • The venue's this year will be Canvs, the Iron Yard, and maybe a few other spaces.. depending.

Helping Setup

  • If you want to help setup (which mostly means unload chairs), feel free to come hang out around 9 AM.  

Here is the Schedule for Saturday (right off the website)

  • 9:30 am Doors open, people can sign up for talks on the big whiteboard.
  • 10:00 am Talks start. There are three rooms for presentations, and each presentation will have 25 minutes and they will be spaced out. We recommend that you limit your talks to about 20 minutes to allow 5 minutes for discussion (and incase you run long).
  • 12:00 pm Lunch, we take an hour break.
  • 1:00 pm Talks resume.
  • 5:00 pm BarCamp ends and the after-party starts !

Sponsors
avatar for UCF Coding Boot Camp

UCF Coding Boot Camp

Become A Web Developer in 24 WeeksClass starts June 13 at UCF Sanford/Lake Mary Campus and June 20 at UCF Valencia West Campus - Learn Javascript, HTML, CSS, jQuery, Responsive Design, Bootstrap, Node.js/Express, MongoDB, PHP frameworks like Laravel, MySQL, Heroku, Security... Read More →



Saturday April 23, 2016 9:30am - 5:30pm EDT
Church Street Exchange 101 S Garland Avenue, Orlando Fl, 32801
 
Sunday, April 24
 

8:30am EDT

Space Apps Challenge
JOIN US FOR SPACE APPS 2016!
For 48-72 hours, problem solvers like you all over the world will join us for NASA’s International Space Apps Challenge, one of the largest hackathons in the universe. Empowered by open data, you collaborate with strangers, colleagues, and friends to solve perplexing challenges in new and unexpected ways -- from designing an interactive space glove to natural language processing to clean water mapping. Beginners, students, experts, engineers, makers, artists, storytellers -- Space Apps is for you! We welcome ALL passionate problem solvers to join our community of innovators. Participants from across the globe have already created thousands of open-source solutions together through code, data visualizations, hardware and design.  Join us on our open data mission April 22-24, 2016, and show us how you innovate.

Two of the best project teams in Orlando will win local prizes as well moving on to the international competition judged by NASA executives. The top 5 international teams will have a chance to watch a NASA launch behind the scenes and  be featured on Open NASA!

What will you create at Space Apps 2016?

For more info and official registration please go to: 
https://2016.spaceappschallenge.org/locations/orlando-fl-usa


Organizers & Speakers
HA

Holly Akers

Educator/Organizer, Home School/NASA Space Apps Lead
avatar for Valerie Cepero

Valerie Cepero

Local Lead, Space Apps Orlando
avatar for Mika Gainer

Mika Gainer

Orlando SpaceApps


Sunday April 24, 2016 8:30am - 6:30pm EDT
Melrose Center 101 E Central Blvd, Orlando, FL 32801