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Thursday, May 16th

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May 16 12:00 pm Day 2: Google I/O Extended: Orlando Student Union (SU) Pegasus Ballroom
Google I/O Extended Orlando will be more than just a viewing party for Google's I/O conference in San Francisco, it will be away for you to expand your knowledge and connect with others in Orlando's tech community. Along with live-streaming the keynotes and sessions from Google I/O, we'll have local presentations on topics (both developer and business) for anyone involved in tech. There will also be plenty of free Google swag including journals, sunglasses, tumblers, and water bottles. Day 2: 12pm-12:45pm: Check-in 1pm-2pm: Google OAuth 2.0 Introduction & Demo (+Rahul Jindal - Rapid Cyber Solutions) 2:15pm-2:55pm: Introduction & Demo of Responsive Web Design (+Jody Resnick - +Trighton Interactive) 3:45pm-4:25pm: Intro to Chomebooks & ChromeOS (+Michael Prentice - +GDG Space Coast) 4:40pm-5:20pm: Google App Engine Introduction & Demo (+Ken Pritchard) 5:35pm-6:15pm: OWASP Top 10 Website Security Flaws (+Jonathan Singer - Hack@UCF) 6:30pm-7:10pm: Google Glass Panel with +Charles Hughes, +Keith Barrett, & +Jen Vargas 7:25pm-8:05pm: Autonomous Robot Running on Android Demo (UCF Robotics Club) 8:20pm-9pm: Advertise Yourself, Company, or App with Google AdWords (+Clayton Pritchard - eComIQ)
May 16 01:00 pm Finding Balance in Life Counseling Center (COUN)
Thursdays 1:00-2:00pm This drop-in workshop is for current or new CAPS clients who want to gain more balance in their lives by working on relationships, self-acceptance, and emotional control. This workshop meets weekly and will focus on learning and applying skills. This workshop requires participants to be clients at CAPS and uses a sign-in process. Please call for more information about requirements. Seating is limited. begins May 16 - July 25
May 16 06:00 pm Couples Cafe [Spanish] MFRI South Location
Discover ways to enhance your relationship and intimacy. Learn your love language, and explore how to keep the butterflies alive in your relationship. Combine your love language with practical ways to express your love! This workshop will focus on assisting couples to understand each other’s unique needs and “speak” each other’s love language using the Five Love Languages* model which include: Words of Affirmation, Quality time, Gifts, Act of Services, and Physical Touch. • MUST be at least 18 years old to participate. Space is limited, please RSVP by calling Millie Feliciano at 407.823.4507 or Damaris Soto at 407.730.8932. *The Five Love Languages by @DrGaryChapman is property of Northfield Publishing.

Ongoing Events:

Date Description
May 15 02:00 pm—May 16 03:00 pm NSF CAREER Workshop Series Classroom Building I (CL1)
CAREER Proposal Overview & Developing the Educational Plan when submitting to Directorate for EHR Please join us for a video conference workshop with NSF Program Director Julio Lopez-Ferrao, Ph.D, for an Overview when submitting to the NSF CAREER proposal, Directorate for Education & Human Sciences (EHR). View Flyer

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