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The Houston Hi-Tech Events Calendar contains information on numerous Houston IT professional groups with detailed event schedules, upcoming meetings, and continuing education seminars. JDA is committed to helping IT professionals achieve their ultimate career goals, and we are equally dedicated to educating and informing IT professionals about the opportunities within the Houston IT market.

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Aug 4 Sunday
  No events scheduled.
Aug 5 Monday
 

11:15am - 3:30pm
Event:
Houston IIA
Program: Houston IIA August 2019 Luncheon and Ethics Seminar

Information and Registration

Luncheon
" Enhancing Your Leadership Skills Through Influence"
Today, leaders must achieve their priorities and objectives collaboratively with and through people over whom they have no direct or positional authority. These non-positional leadership situations require that leaders use the only “authority” available to them: influence. This session will focus on techniques for developing your executive presence, building credibility and trust, and improving your capacity to influence and persuade. The session will benefit leaders at all levels regardless of title.
Learning Objectives:
  • Identify and model the appearance of a successful leader
  • Discuss communication do’s and don’ts utilizing candor, conviction, and genuineness
  • Determine different types of power and influence and discuss techniques for developing
  • Identify techniques for overcoming confidence breakers in the workplace
  • Complete a leadership assessment to identify potential leadership weaknesses

    Ethics Seminar
    "Why Do Good People Do Bad Things: It’s a Matter of Choice
    “Why do good people do bad things?” we often ask ourselves. Yet faced with similar circumstances, would we have made the same choice? This session provides a look into ethical philosophies for both our personal and professional lives and discusses the values upon which our choices are based. Ethical behavior is more than mere knowledge of right and wrong but making the right choices for our profession and our organizations. Management and the board look to us as a standard of ethics and integrity. Are we meeting these obligations and “walking the talk.”
    Learning Objectives:
  • Understand the difference between personal, professional and organizational ethics and the impact on internal controls.
  • Recognize the psychological theories for why good people do bad things and how to identify the warning signs.
  • Evaluate the role that values play in making ethical decisions.
  • Review the various types of red flags and how these indicators can help detect fraudulent behavior.
  • Determine ideas for strengthening corporate culture and deterring fraud.
  • Location: The Petroleum Club
    1201 Louisiana Street, 35th Floor
    Houston, TX, 77002.
    Aug 6 Tuesday
      No events scheduled.
    Aug 7 Wednesday
     

    7:15am - 8:30am
    Event:
    Houston Business Crossroads
    Program: "Windows of Opportunity"
  • C. Dean Kring ~ Director of Research, Services Cooperative Association

    "What's Your Plan"
  • Deborah Crumbley ~ GGC Group Corp.
  • Location: 6601 S. Braeswood Blvd., Suite A
     

    6:00pm - 9:00pm
    Event:
    Houston Linux Users Group
    Program: Weekly Meeting
    Location: cPanel
    2550 N Loop W #4006
    Houston, TX 77092
    Aug 8 Thursday
     

    11:30am - 1:30pm
    Event:
    ISSA South Texas Chapter
    Program: "Applying the 20 critical controls to your business"
  • Denise Kinsey, Ph.D, CISSP, C|CISO

    Information and Registration

    This talk will help you understand the 20 Critical Controls and how to implement these in your business. Often we are provide frameworks or information but there is often a disconnect on how to apply that information to aid in securing your network. The controls offer the why and an approach to how to secure assets and this presentation fills in what to do and offers opensource and free resources used in the industry to enact the 20 Critical Controls. The presentation slide deck is a collection of the tools mentioned with the secure URLs for getting each mentioned in the discussion.
  • Location: Houston Engineering & Scientific Society (HESS)
    5430 Westheimer Rd
    Houston, TX 77056
     

    5:00pm - 7:00pm
    Event:
    Houston ISACA
    Program: "Superior Cybersecurity skills training at ZERO cost to your business"

    Information and Registration

    Ever wondered how to get your employees superior cybersecurity training for little or no cost?

    Come get the scoop directly from Jennifer Kellough Holmes, Director Corporate College, Office of Entrepreneurial Initiatives, Houston Community College.

    Ms. Holmes is an expert at working with the Texas Workforce Commission and will show you, step by step, how companies can take advantage of Skills Training Solutions funded by the Texas Workforce Commission.

    Train Your Workforce. Power Your Business!
    Location: Houston Exponential
    410 Pierce Street
    Houston, TX 77002
     

    6:30pm - 8:30pm
    Event:
    Houston .Net Users' Group
    Program: "Live Coding: Into Blazor and Razor Web Components"
  • Derar Deek, Sr Software Engineer, American Bureau of Shipping

    Information and Registration

    Blazor lets you build interactive web UIs using C# instead of JavaScript. Blazor apps are composed of reusable web UI components implemented using C#, HTML, and CSS. Both client and server code is written in C#, allowing you to share code and libraries, using WebAssembly on the client. Because it's real .NET running on WebAssembly, you can re-use code and libraries from server-side parts of your application.

    You can even run the client side code on the Server using Razor Web Components, the SSR version of Blazor
  • Location: Improving Houston
    10111 Richmond Ave #550
    Houston, TX 77042

    Improving Houston is right on Richmond Avenue just inside Beltway 8. Plenty of free parking is available in front of the building
    Aug 9 Friday
      No events scheduled.
    Aug 10 Saturday
      No events scheduled.
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