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    Dancing, Velo, Montalvo, sjDANCEco, Smarter Grid, Brocade,Job, Inria, ST, GF 1. Fr-Su Apr 20-29 Francophile Dancing SIG Free BACNDW 2. Fr Apr 20 8pm
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      Dancing, Velo, Montalvo, sjDANCEco, Smarter Grid, Brocade,Job, Inria, ST, GF

      1. Fr-Su Apr 20-29 Francophile Dancing SIG Free BACNDW
      2. Fr Apr 20 8pm Francophile Velo SIG Free Bike Party
      3. Sa Apr 21 11a-4pm Francophile Arts & Culture SIG Free Event
      4. Su Apr 22, 10a-3pm Francophile Dancing SIG Free Event
      5. Mo Apr 23 5pm Francophile Engineering SIG Free Event
      6. Tu Apr 24 6pm Francophile BigDataCloud SIG Free Meeting
      7. Th Apr 26 12-1pm Francophile Business SIG Free Event
      8. Job offer

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      Fr-Su Apr 20-29 Francophile Dancing SIG Free BACNDW
      Join us for the dance stay for the fun.
      Bay Area Celebrates National Dance Week (BACNDW) is pleased
      to announce the 14th annual festival of free classes, performances
      open rehearsals and lecture demonstrations.
      BACNDW is an annual week of FREE dance events in the Bay Area
      that are open to the public.
      National Dance Week showcases the
      dynamic diversity and critically-acclaimed quality of Bay Area dance,
      to educate audiences about dance that is accessible in their own
      communities, and to increase the visibility of individual artists,
      companies, studios, and theaters.
      This year's festival once again offers a huge roster of programs ¨C
      including free classes, performances, rehearsals, lecture
      demonstrations and studio open houses - giving a wide-angle view
      of the many and varied styles of dance practiced in the region.

      Ranging from established company programs to one-time events,
      Bay Area National Dance Week is an opportunity for dance-lovers
      of all ages and levels of experience to take a grand tour of many
      movement styles, including ballet, modern, Argentine tango, classical
      Indian, jazz, hip hop, traditional hula, fire dance, Samba, Chinese
      classical, belly dance, aerial dance, West African, contact improv
      and more!

      For questions about National Dance Week events visit
      http://www.bayareandw.org/


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      Fr Apr 20 8pm Francophile Velo SIG Free Bike Party
      Join us for the biking stay for the ambiance.
      Spring has sprung and this month we will be celebrating the San Jose Sharks.
      Bleed teal or start growing out your beard for the Sharks¡¯ Beard-a-thon.
      The Sharks are in the playoffs; the forecast for next week looks clear and the city
      of San Jose is planning on installing a bunch of new bike lanes.

      This month¡¯s first regroup will feature a special bicycle-powered concert, a stop
      on the Bay Rising Bicycle Music Tour. The leg-power of volunteer pedalers from
      the audience will be converted into electricity to run the sound system.
      Confirmed to appear are:
      ¡öRupa and the April Fishes
      ¡öSHAKE YOUR PEACE!
      Stay tuned for information on other activities at the first regroup!

      http://www.sjbikeparty.org/archives/4701#more-4701

      Let's all have a good time while being safe, legal, and courteous.
      We share the road with other traffic. Helping cars roll through smoothly makes
      the ride more enjoyable for everyone. Please remember to turn down the volume
      when riding through residential areas late at night.

      San Jose Bike Party is a place to ride bikes, make friends,
      and have a good time.
      Mission
      Building community through bicycling.
      We meet the third Friday of each month at 8:00pm.
      The start up location and route is rotated monthly.

      The start location¡¯s address is 1500 South Tenth Street, San Jose CA, 95112
      http://www.sjbikeparty.org/


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      Sa Apr 21 11a-4pm Francophile Arts & Culture SIG Free Event
      Join us for the arts stay for the festival.

      Montalvo Arts Center¡¯s Centennial
      Celebrating 100 Years of the Arts!
      Open House / Open Studios & Student Arts Festival
      Montalvo throws open its doors far and wide to the entire community for the
      official Centennial kick-off celebration event! Join us for an afternoon of the arts,
      including student works and performances, music, arts activities throughout the
      grounds, open residency studios.
      It's a day you and your family won't want to miss!

      http://montalvoarts.org/events/artssplash2012/

      Schedule of the Day (subject to change):
      11am: Arts Splash! begins
      11:30am-3:30pm: Art Workshops throughout the grounds; Art-making tables
      Noon-1pm: Welcome from Executive Director Angela McConnell
      1:45-4pm: Student performances in the Lilian Fontaine Garden Theatre
      2:30pm: Park Ranger-led trail hike
      3:30pm: Senator Phelan Birthday Celebration in the Villa with cake
      Time TBD: Instrument demonstration by Early Music Rediscovered
      All Day: Open Studios at the Lucas Artists Residency Program
      All Day: Spring Plant Sale in the Solarium
      All Day: Sign Senator Phelan's GIANT birthday card on the Front Veranda
      All Day: Self-guided tours of the historic Villa
      All Day: Photo Contest
      4:30pm: Last shuttle to West Valley!
      Open Studios & Lucas Artists Residency Events:
      11am-4pm: Literary fellow Andrew Pham in the LAP Commons
      11:30am, 12:30pm, 1:30pm, 2:30pm, 3:30pm: "Slug in Progress"
      11am-4pm: Geo Homsy will activate Organograph in the Grove of Generosity
      1pm: Sound artist Kianga Ford will discuss her work
      2pm: an overview of projects and short performances.
      3pm: The Edible Dress Tent, which will be featured in Sculpture on the Grounds.
      All day: Residency studios will be open for visitors to come in.

      Limited On-Site Parking: $10
      Free shuttle service available from West Valley College.

      Montalvo Arts Center
      15400 Montalvo Road
      Saratoga, CA 95070


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      Su Apr 22, 10a-3pm Francophile Dancing SIG Free Event
      sjDANCEco Festival @ Santana Row
      sjDANCEco is instrumental in bringing local as well as regional dance artists
      together to celebrate National Dance Week in a FREE outdoor festival featuring
      the diversity and the wealth of our dance community. Newly situated in the
      popular Santana Row¡¯s Park Valencia, over 50 groups perform
      within a 5 hour window.
      Fun for the whole family!

      www.sjdanceco.org/festival/

      Valencia Park @ Santana Row
      3055 Olin Avenue, San Jose, CA 95128


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      Mo Apr 23 5pm Francophile Engineering SIG Free Event
      ¡®The Smarter Grid- Engineering- The Path Forward¡

      The leading software, database, and data processing companies¡ªCisco, IBM,
      Microsoft, and SAP among them¡ªare getting seriously interested in the business
      opportunities that the smart grid will bring. But what are those opportunities exactly,
      and what engineering challenges must be met to seize the day successfully?
      Specifically, how do power system data differ from (say) travel, sales, or traffic
      data? What about storage and data security requirements? Are there processing
      problems that are essentially different from those encountered in other kinds
      of large, complex systems?

      Most of the country¡¯s largest and best-known electricity distributors will be giving
      their customers a tool that they can use to conserve energy and save money¡ªand
      that the companies themselves can use to improve reliability, maintenance, and
      book-keeping. The data requirements associated with the smart grid roll-out
      will be prodigious and a new business opportunity for semiconductor companies
      and the companies which partner with them.

      These are the questions that will be addressed by our panelists,
      representing hardware, software, and technology companies.

      REGISTER HERE TO ATTEND THIS LIVE EVENT
      http://spectrum.ieee.org/webinar/2030805

      Computer History Museum, Hahn Auditorium
      1401 N Shoreline Blvd, Mountain View, CA 94043


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      Tu Apr 24 6pm Francophile BigDataCloud SIG Free Meeting
      Big Data Cloud Meetup
      Meet-ups to help, educate and demystify "Big Data" & "Cloud Computing"
      technologies to businesses, professionals & individuals .
      Agenda:
      1.6:00 pm 6:15 pm :Registration & Mixer
      2.6:15 pm 7:00 pm:Evolution of Big Data Architecture at Facebook
      Ashish will talk about how big data architectures have evolved at Facebook
      from 2007 till 2011. The talk will cover some of the challenges faced in a highly
      dynamic and fast growing environment and will present the motivations behind
      some of the components and technologies that were put in place to enable large
      parts of the company to access, analyze and use data for various different
      purposes.
      He will also present some of the key learnings from the Facebook experience
      and will talk about a new company, Qubole - that he has co-founded, that is
      building cloud based "big data" services to address some of those pain points.
      3.7:15 pm 8:00 pm: Real time Log Analytics - a Big Data case study
      Logs are the key ingredient for operations and engineering teams to ensure that
      applications are up and running smoothly, and could be troubleshooted efficiently
      in case of issues. He will give a quick overview of how real time analytics has
      evolved over the years, and introduce 'LogReduce' technology that helps
      enterprises wrangle the log data exhaust.
      4.8:00 pm 9:00 pm:
      Q&A Session, Networking, Mixer

      http://www.meetup.com/BigDataCloud/events/55165852/

      Microsoft Corporation, 1065 La Avenida St, Mountain View, CA 94043


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      Th Apr 26 12-1pm Francophile Business SIG Free Event
      Every Thursday 12-1pm Business SIG Free Event
      Silicon Valley Leaders Symposium Spring 2011
      Presenting
      Michael Klayko
      CEO, Brocade

      Since Fall 2002, the Charles W. Davidson College of Engineering has
      hosted the Silicon Valley Leaders Symposium (SVLS). The Symposium
      hosts industry and technology leaders to talk about business and
      technology trends. It also features prominent leaders who discuss
      broader societal and political issues that shape our life and
      society.
      For more information contact Dr. Ahmed Hambaba, Associate Dean of
      Graduate & Extended Studies, College of Engineering:
      ahmed.hambaba@...
      The symposia take place every Thursday from 12- 1pm in the
      Engineering building auditorium, ENG 189.
      College of Engineering @ San Jose State University
      One Washington Square San Jose CA-95192

      http://www.engr.sjsu.edu/about/svls


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