Donut.js is a monthly meet-up in Portland, OR with a handful of wonderful talks on tech, creativity, community, and the places they come together.
The next Donut.js is on Tuesday, July 31st at 6pm at Alchemy Code Lab at 30 NW 10th Ave (right across from Powell’s—see a map).
Tickets are $10 and include donuts and refreshments!
Panic has been in Portland for over 20 years and creates best-
of-class apps and tools that people like you need to use every
day: Coda, a very powerful web development IDE for macOS and
iOS; Prompt, a wonderful SSH client for iOS; and Transmit, the
most powerful app for transferring files on macOS. Panic is
currently working hard on a major new update to Coda.
panic.com • @panic
Dr. Danielle Robinson and Joe Hand, Executive Directors of
Portland-based nonprofit Code for Science & Society, are
sponsoring our live captions for April, May, and June of 2018.
They build tools that empower communities to work together and
build innovative technology for the public good, with a focus on
decentralized data sharing to improve access to knowledge for
all. They wanted to let you all know that they love the Donut.js
community and are happy to support this awesome event!
codeforscience.org • @codeforsociety
Fastly helps the world’s most popular digital businesses
keep pace with their customer expectations by delivering fast,
secure, and scalable online experiences. Businesses trust the
Fastly edge cloud platform to accelerate the pace of technical
innovation, mitigate evolving threats, and scale on demand.
Founded in 2011, Fastly powers online destinations including
Airbnb, GitHub, Alaska Airlines, Pinterest, Vimeo, The Guardian,
The New York Times and Ticketmaster.
fastly.com • @fastly
Okta is sponsoring our video recording and production. Okta adds
authentication, authorization, and user management to your web
or mobile app within minutes. Let Okta's API handle user
registration, password reset, multi-factor authentication,
social login, groups and permissions, and even syncing with
existing user databases.
developer.okta.com • @oktadev
Donut.js occurs on the last Tuesday of most months!
Donut.js may happen on a different day if the last Tuesday conflicts with a holiday.
There is no Donut.js in December.
Want to speak at Donut.js? We’re accepting proposals here! Your talk can be about anything in the wide world of tech and the people, culture, and creativity therein. You don’t need to be an expert to speak, and you don’t need to have given a talk before!Submit a Talk
Donut.js is a not-for-profit event. We use sponsorship money to cover our event materials costs and donate the rest to a local charity. Want to sponsor Donut.js? You can learn more about sponsoring here! Sponsor Us
All participants are expected to follow the Donut.js Code of Conduct. We take this seriously and ask that you do the same.
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Donut.js is proud to be an associated project of Stumptown Syndicate, a nonprofit that aims to cultivate a resilient and sustainable ecosystem of diverse and inclusive technology communities in Portland, OR and the wider Pacific Northwest. Stumptown Syndicate is also our fiscal sponsor, handling our financial matters and other operational details.