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Wednesday
Jan 24
Getting Organized with Outlook and OneNote Webinar

Microsoft Office OneNote lets you take, organize, find, and share notes on your desktop computer, laptop computer or Tablet . With OneNote, you can take quick or detailed notes in your own style, gather information from a number of sources and collect or record information wherever you are. Adding the power of Outlook will increase the capabilities of time management for you and your business. We will even broach the subject of Inbox Zero. Cost $45

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Tuesday
Feb 27
WordPress Toledo: Save the date
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Wednesday
Mar 21
IA Summit (Chicago)
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Now in its 18th year, the Information Architecture Summit is the foremost gathering of information architects, user experience designers, content strategists, and all those who work to create and manage information spaces. This is where the community comes together to refine our craft, solve problems, and break new ground. The IA Summit features workshops, keynote addresses, sessions as well as networking and social events.

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Tuesday
Mar 27
WordPress Toledo: Save the date
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Thursday
Oct 11
Midwest UX 18 - Chicago
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The top User Experience conference in the midwest will be in Chicago in the fall of 2018.

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Saturday
Jan 27
CoderDojo Toledo Open House
25 Huron, Redsson's Office

We're opening our doors to the public for our first Open House of 2018. Come out and see what CoderDojo is all about and how children and young adults are learning critical thinking and problem-solving skills for the future. Mentors, parents, children, and interested parties are all welcome to this event.

CoderDojo is a global movement of free, volunteer-led, community-based programming clubs for young people. At a Dojo, young people, between 7 and 17, learn how to code, develop websites, apps, programs, games and explore technology in an informal and creative environment.

In addition to learning to code, attendees meet like-minded people and are exposed to the possibilities of technology. Within the CoderDojo Movement, there is a focus on community, peer learning, youth mentoring and self-led learning, with an emphasis on showing how coding is a force for change in the world.

The Toledo Region's first CoderDojo meets every Saturday from noon to 3pm.

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Saturday
Feb 3
CoderDojo Toledo (2/3)
25 Huron, Redsson's Office

Come to the next iteration of Coder Dojo Toledo following the visit by Coder Dojo founder Bill Liao.

  • New location: 25 Huron in downtown Toledo.
  • Current Coder Dojo kids & mentors: show up as usual, just a new location.
  • Current Coder Dojo parents: please plan to stay to hear about changes.
  • New Coder Dojo kids & parents: If you are interested in joining Coder Dojo, show up to meet everyone else and see what it is like.
  • New mentors: If you are interested in becoming a mentor, stop by to meet the other mentors and see what it involves.
  • New Coder Dojo leaders: Interested in starting your own Coder Dojo in the area? Stop by during a Coder Dojo session to learn more.

CoderDojo is a global movement of free, volunteer-led, community-based programming clubs for young people. At a Dojo, young people, between 7 and 17, learn how to code, develop websites, apps, programs, games and explore technology in an informal and creative environment.

In addition to learning to code, attendees meet like-minded people and are exposed to the possibilities of technology. Within the CoderDojo Movement, there is a focus on community, peer learning, youth mentoring and self-led learning, with an emphasis on showing how coding is a force for change in the world.

The Toledo Region's first Coder Dojo meets every Saturday from noon to 3pm.

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Saturday
Feb 10
CoderDojo Toledo (2/10)
25 Huron, Redsson's Office

Come to the next iteration of Coder Dojo Toledo following the visit by Coder Dojo founder Bill Liao.

  • New location: 25 Huron in downtown Toledo.
  • Current Coder Dojo kids & mentors: show up as usual, just a new location.
  • Current Coder Dojo parents: please plan to stay to hear about changes.
  • New Coder Dojo kids & parents: If you are interested in joining Coder Dojo, show up to meet everyone else and see what it is like.
  • New mentors: If you are interested in becoming a mentor, stop by to meet the other mentors and see what it involves.
  • New Coder Dojo leaders: Interested in starting your own Coder Dojo in the area? Stop by during a Coder Dojo session to learn more.

CoderDojo is a global movement of free, volunteer-led, community-based programming clubs for young people. At a Dojo, young people, between 7 and 17, learn how to code, develop websites, apps, programs, games and explore technology in an informal and creative environment.

In addition to learning to code, attendees meet like-minded people and are exposed to the possibilities of technology. Within the CoderDojo Movement, there is a focus on community, peer learning, youth mentoring and self-led learning, with an emphasis on showing how coding is a force for change in the world.

The Toledo Region's first Coder Dojo meets every Saturday from noon to 3pm.

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Saturday
Feb 17
CoderDojo Toledo (2/17)
25 Huron, Redsson's Office

Come to the next iteration of Coder Dojo Toledo following the visit by Coder Dojo founder Bill Liao.

  • New location: 25 Huron in downtown Toledo.
  • Current Coder Dojo kids & mentors: show up as usual, just a new location.
  • Current Coder Dojo parents: please plan to stay to hear about changes.
  • New Coder Dojo kids & parents: If you are interested in joining Coder Dojo, show up to meet everyone else and see what it is like.
  • New mentors: If you are interested in becoming a mentor, stop by to meet the other mentors and see what it involves.
  • New Coder Dojo leaders: Interested in starting your own Coder Dojo in the area? Stop by during a Coder Dojo session to learn more.

CoderDojo is a global movement of free, volunteer-led, community-based programming clubs for young people. At a Dojo, young people, between 7 and 17, learn how to code, develop websites, apps, programs, games and explore technology in an informal and creative environment.

In addition to learning to code, attendees meet like-minded people and are exposed to the possibilities of technology. Within the CoderDojo Movement, there is a focus on community, peer learning, youth mentoring and self-led learning, with an emphasis on showing how coding is a force for change in the world.

The Toledo Region's first Coder Dojo meets every Saturday from noon to 3pm.

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Saturday
Feb 24
CoderDojo Toledo (2/24)
25 Huron, Redsson's Office

Come to the next iteration of Coder Dojo Toledo following the visit by Coder Dojo founder Bill Liao.

  • New location: 25 Huron in downtown Toledo.
  • Current Coder Dojo kids & mentors: show up as usual, just a new location.
  • Current Coder Dojo parents: please plan to stay to hear about changes.
  • New Coder Dojo kids & parents: If you are interested in joining Coder Dojo, show up to meet everyone else and see what it is like.
  • New mentors: If you are interested in becoming a mentor, stop by to meet the other mentors and see what it involves.
  • New Coder Dojo leaders: Interested in starting your own Coder Dojo in the area? Stop by during a Coder Dojo session to learn more.

CoderDojo is a global movement of free, volunteer-led, community-based programming clubs for young people. At a Dojo, young people, between 7 and 17, learn how to code, develop websites, apps, programs, games and explore technology in an informal and creative environment.

In addition to learning to code, attendees meet like-minded people and are exposed to the possibilities of technology. Within the CoderDojo Movement, there is a focus on community, peer learning, youth mentoring and self-led learning, with an emphasis on showing how coding is a force for change in the world.

The Toledo Region's first Coder Dojo meets every Saturday from noon to 3pm.

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Thursday
Jan 25
WordPress Toledo : Talk, Tour & Mix
BiG Fab Lab

• What we'll do Help us kickoff our 2018 schedule with talks, then a tour plus mix with old and new friends alike. The Big Fab Lab is a community contributor in the fascinating maker world. You will want to come to this impressive venue.

The talk format will include you! I ask that all members bring a tip to share with fellow Pressers about WordPress and it can be anything that changes how you work with WordPress. It needs to be short so we can fit people in, but it should be long enough to explain it well. Everyone is invited to share.

A computer and projector will be provided or you may use your own. Please post in the comments if you have questions about the talk requests. Even I will share an experience, that made a huge difference in WordPress work. As we like to do in all our events, experienced WordPressers will answer your questions. Want more? Sign up and look forward to an exciting year with WP Toledo Meetup!

Finally, we'll go on a tour of the Lab. I think you will love it.

• What to bring You can bring your laptop or tablet if you like but it is not required.

• Important to know We're starting the event right at 6:00 PM so please be there 15 minutes early. People will be around to direct you to our meeting space. We will conclude our meeting at 7:00 PM so we can mix and take tours.

Agenda: (1) Announcements, (2) Introductions and Format, (3) Invitations for Talks, (4) Help session & Tours

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Friday
Jan 26
Excel Basics
Custom Training Solutions

Do you and Excel do battle on a regular basis? Start here and learn the basics. Students will enter and edit text, values, formulas, and pictures, and they will save workbooks in various formats. Students will also move and copy data, learn about absolute and relative references, and work with ranges, rows, and columns. This course also covers simple functions, basic formatting techniques, and printing. Finally, students will create and modify charts, and learn how to manage large workbooks.

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Saturday
Feb 17
GlassHacks 2018
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Maumee Valley Country Day School

GlassHacks is a free 24-hour hackathon hosted at Maumee Valley Country Day School. Anybody can sign up, regardless of prior experience. This is a learning opportunity that includes workshops, contests, and speakers. Expect great prizes, cool T-shirts, and lots more!

Hackathons are 24 to 36 hour events where teams of students (experienced AND beginner) work together to build cool projects in both software and hardware. We'll be hosting a 24 hour hackathon at Maumee Valley Country Day School for highschoolers only

All highschoolers are welcome. If you're experienced but think you might be too young to attend, please contact us and we'll figure it out!

All we ask is that you bring a computer (preferably laptop), charger, and sleeping bag. You might also want to bring one or more power strips. We'll provide the rest!

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Monday
Jan 22
REACT and The Future (Code City)
Rustbelt Coffee

Code City: Unleashing the entrepreneur in everyone. Startups. Bootcamps. Talks. Tools. Events and Coaches to help you design the future.

Join us as Full Stack Developer, Ryan Lanciaux, talks about the future of technology and how you can build for virtually any platform with REACT, showcasing one of it's coolest use cases: VR (Virtual Reality). He'll touch on developing for mobile and even Xbox. If you want to learn what's going on in the development world this is one talk you won't want to miss.

Meet us every Monday at 6pm at Rustbelt Coffee in downtown Toledo.

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Monday
Feb 12
The NY Startup Scene (Code City)
Rustbelt Coffee

Code City: Unleashing the entrepreneur in everyone. Start Ups. Bootcamps. Talks. Tools. Coaches and Events to help you design the future.

Adam Levine, Curator of Ancient Art at The Toledo Museum of Art, founder of two startups, and with a background in the New York Startup scene, Adam is coming out to speak to the entrepreneurs, artists, and tech folks at Code City. He'll be sharing insights drawing from his extensive and varied experiences to shed some light and direction for those wanting to help shape Toledo's future.

Code City meets every Monday night at 6pm at Rustbelt Coffee in downtown Toledo.

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Monday
Feb 19
Revenue Models for Your Business (Code City)
Rustbelt Coffee

Do you have, or are you thinking of starting a business? Without a well defined revenue model, that is, a clear plan of how to generate revenues, new businesses will most likely struggle...not only with unsustainable costs but also in focusing on a target audience and establishing a marketing plan.

There are a number of ways to generate revenue, typically depending on the type of activities your business performs and how it charges for those...such as the subscription based model, 1 time product purchases, micro-purchases, affiliate marketing, online advertising, transaction fees, etc.

Gentry Perry, tech geek, gamer, and gifted communicator (who's talk on How To Promote Your Business on YouTube was a big hit with the Code City crowd), will be coming out to take an in-depth look at some popular revenue models businesses can consider, whether brick and mortar or on the interwebs.

Code City meets every Monday at 6pm at Rustbelt Coffee in downtown Toledo.

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Wednesday
Feb 7
Exploring Craft CMS with Rachel Rine and Madhouse
Seed Coworking

Created in the shadows by ExpressionEngine expats, Craft CMS is an ultra flexible content management system that makes designers, developers AND clients happy. From custom fields, to Twig templates, Craft makes no assumptions about what your content could or should look like. Craft CMS is eye-opening for Wordpress developers, sanity-restoring for Joomla and Drupal developers, and makes building websites fun again.

Rachel Rine, our guest speaker, will be walking us through getting started with Craft and showing off some incredible examples of implementation in both the backend and in templating.

About Rachel Rine: Rachel spends most of her time churning out code as an interactive designer/developer for Madhouse, where she enjoys optimizing performance, accessibility, and usable design. When she’s not grumbling about #serverstruggs, you can probably find her listening to econ podcasts, playing board games, and trying to keep her plants alive.

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Wednesday
Mar 14
Best Practices for API-Driven React Applications with Scott Radcliff
Seed Coworking

React is on fire! Companies around the world are trying to take advantage of the way React makes web applications fast, responsive, and easier to develop. That said, what about the API? If your API is slow or not optimized, that could severely effect your cool new React app and end up as the choke point for negative customer experiences.

In this talk, we'll build a React app that is driven by an API written in Rails, though we'll cover a great deal of best practices, examples, and considerations that can be applied to a client-server architecture written in any language.

You'll leave this talk with an understanding of the APIs role in React applications, things to look for when working with or building an API, and practical knowledge to take back into your workplace or personal projects.

Speaker Bio: Scott Radcliff is an expert software developer in the Toledo area. He's built web applications using numerous programming languages and technology stacks accomplishing a variety of tasks from the very simple to enterprise-grade. He enjoys building applications that help people do things that they previously couldn't, and he loves Ruby.

Scott is a freelance developer and is currently taking on new customers.

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