[Pdx-pm] Fwd: UG News: Get Your Free Books + More from O'Reilly

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Date: Sat, Feb 9, 2013 at 4:02 PM
Subject: UG News: Get Your Free Books + More from O'Reilly
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Hi there,

We're excited to announce that we are now offering user group members a 35%
discount on Wiley ebooks. Just use code *DSUG35* when placing an order
online at oreilly.com. You'll know Wiley for their trusted brands that
include Wrox, Sybex, For Dummies, Visual, and more.

(Sorry, but at this time we're unable to offer review copies of Wiley
titles for your meetings or special events.)


Marsee Henon and Jon Johns

P.S. If you haven't yet, please take a look at our *Industrial Internet
O'Reilly Radar. If you have projects, MeetUps, or other items to
please let us know.
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The UG team is looking for book reviewers for the following books. Consider
posting your reviews on Amazon, Slashdot, oreilly.com, and/or your blog.

   - Lean UX<http://post.oreilly.com/rd/9z1z22v8rvkc7n8gcmffvvn7iprtnqcs2ubbvihddu0>
   - Getting Started with Mule Cloud
   - The Definitive ANTLR 4 Reference, 2nd

It's easy for you to get books for your meeting or special events—just
email usergroups at oreilly.com and include the words "book request" in the
subject line. Don't forget to include your deadline and shipping address.
Prefer ebooks? We can send you a free ebook certificate to print out for
raffles or book reviewers.
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Developing with Couchbase
Electrical Engineering
Programming PHP, 3rd
Make: Technology on Your Time Volume
Science Hack Day [image: Science Hack

Slated for different times at different places all over the world, *Science
Hack Day*<http://post.oreilly.com/rd/9z1zm36ul7deh1v327lt2v63tdn1k61d71vjoc079k8>is
a 48-hour event that brings together designers, developers,
citizen scientists, web geeks and anyone with good ideas for a brief but
intense period of collaboration, hacking, and building "cool stuff". By
working together on focused tasks during this intense two-day period, small
groups are capable of producing remarkable results. Find out if there is a
Science Hack Day near you, or start your own!
Linux Plumbers Conference CFP [image: Linux Plumbers Conference

Slated for New Orleans this September, the *Linux Plumber's
you to submit track presentation or propose/run a
microconference. Refereed track presentations are traditional
presentation-format sessions. A microconference is a collection of
collaborative sessions focused on a particular area of the kernel plumbing.
Won't you try it?
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SharePoint Technology

Come join us at
March 3-6 in San Francisco. Attend 90+ technical classes, tutorials and
breakout classes with content geared to IT professionals, business
managers, and developers ranging from top Microsoft MVPs, to such experts
as Microsoft Press and O'Reilly Media authors. Exhibit admission is free or
receive a $100 discount off either the 4 or 3-day pass by inserting the
code *OREILLY* when prompted on the eRegistration page.
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Video: Jono Bacon Talks Up Ubuntu for

Slashdot's *Tim Lord talks with Ubuntu Community Manager Jono
CES. Here's the video. Jono is the author of The
Art of Community,
How Sci-Fi and Real World Interfaces Influence Each Other
*Presented by:*
Chris Noessel<http://post.oreilly.com/rd/9z1z7srs5s3tui48j44v6dp3iq3glg3oct841uffqv8>
Approx. 60 min.
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 Wednesday, February 27, 2013    10AM PT, San Francisco  Make It So:
Interaction Design lessons from Science
how sci-fi and interface design relate to each other.
*Join Chris Noessel*<http://post.oreilly.com/rd/9z1z51pttfonhoo5amg1ifrcmue7pfbu2br3hapf7to>as
he describes the model that traces lines of influence between the two,
and how he and his co-author, Nathan Shedroff, use it as a scaffold to
investigate how the depiction of technologies evolve over time, how
fictional interfaces influence those in the real world, and what lessons
interface designers can learn through this process.
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If you send us your group's site with one or more banners posted, we'll
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