August 6, 2015
Annual General Meeting
Wednesday, August 12 @ 8PM – CHANGED: Hackforge (255 Ouellete)
The public is invited to attend the 2015 Annual General Meeting and meet Hackforge’s Board of Directors and staff. Elections will take place for new volunteer representatives and board of directors. There will also be an approval process to approve changes to membership and begin membership dues for 2015.
Hackforge Fundraiser Movie Night: Hackers (1995)
Monday, August 17th @ 8:00PM – Hackforge (255 Ouellette)
“Hack the planet!”
Join us for our second monthly movie fundraiser. Hackers is a cyberpunk thriller starring Jonny Lee Miller and Angelina Jolie.
Admission is $10 and includes free popcorn and pop.
Best 90s outfit wins a prize!
StartUp Windsor Monthly Meetup
Tuesday, August 18th, 6:00-9:00PM – Hackforge (255 Ouellette)
Come on out to the 1st StartUp Windsor monthly meetup! Come grab a drink, meet some new people, and share your entrepreneurial experiences and ideas.
Facebook Event Here
Hackforge Board Game and Card Game Night
Wednesday, August 19 from 6-10PM @ Hackforge (255 Ouellette)
Join us for a night of board games and card games from 6-10PM. This event is free and open to everyone. If you’re new to board games, we encourage you to come by as we will have trusty Hackforgers there to help get you started.
Test Driving Your Code (For better software and your sanity)
Saturday, August 22, 2015 from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM @ Hackforge (255 Ouellette)
Wish you could detect unintended consequences of a change in your code before you deploy your app?
If you write code for a hobby or a living, and you want to up your personal game or improve the process you use at work, sign up for our Tutorial Day; bring your laptop to Hackforge on August 22nd and learn a little bit about software best practices.
Register here! Space is limited.
Software Guild: Top Secret
Wednesday, August 26th from 7:00PM – 9:00PM @ Hackforge (255 Ouellette)
Join the group for professional programmers for another night of talks! This month, John Haldeman discusses “Managing Passwords for Applications”:
We all know the methods of password management for people – password complexity, changing passwords often, and two factor authentication. But what about our applications that need to log into other systems? Learn about the practices and methods to build secure applications in this area including certificates, kerberos, trusted contexts, and application identity management systems.
Great for beginners!