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    Daumier, Southfirstfridays, Science, Cloud, Science, Les Dynamiques , Job, ST, Inria, GF 1. Aug 24-Nov 11 11a-5pm Francophile Arts & Culture SIG Free
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      Daumier, Southfirstfridays, Science, Cloud, Science, 'Les Dynamiques', Job, ST, Inria, GF

      1. Aug 24-Nov 11 11a-5pm Francophile Arts & Culture SIG Free Exhibition
      2. Fr Nov 2 6pm 'til late Francophile Arts & Culture SIG Free Event
      3. Sa Nov 3 Francophile Science SIG Free Festival
      4. Mo-Th Nov 5-8 Francophile Cloud Expo SIG Free Conference+
      5. We Nov 7 6pm Francophile GDG SIG Free Event
      6. Th Nov 8 6:30-11pm 'Les Dynamiques' Free Open Meeting
      7. Job offer


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      helping people find fulfillment in their lives, relationships, and
      It is written for your benefit, and is available to interested others.
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      Aug 24-Nov 11 11a-5pm Francophile Arts & Culture SIG Free Exhibition
      "When Artists Attack the King: Honoré Daumier and 'La Caricature,' 1830-1835"

      Work by the original bad boys of political satire goes on view August 1.

      As press coverage of the 2012 American presidential election heats up, this
      Exhibition explores the art that ignited a 19th-century battle over politics and
      freedom of the press. The weekly Paris journal La Caricature, founded in 1830
      shortly after Louis-Philippe I (1773-1850) took the French throne, quickly
      became the King's worst enemy in his fight for popular approval. It published
      hundreds of lithographs by Honoré Daumier (1808-1879) and other artists that
      thoroughly ridiculed the July Monarchy, as Louis-Philippe's reign was known.
      See how, in the approximately 50 prints on view, La Caricature used social
      satire, visual puns, and physical caricature to mock the July Monarchy's
      their censorship of the press, and the King's physical appearance.

      Ongoing every day from August 1, through November 11.
      Open Wed-Sun 11am - 5pm, Thursdays until 8pm; admission is free.


      Cantor Arts Center, just off Palm Drive, at Museum Way and Lomita Drive
      Stanford Campus, CA


      Fr Nov 2 6pm 'til late Francophile Arts & Culture SIG Free Event
      JOIN US for the next South FIRST FRIDAYS art walk

      The South FIRST FRIDAYS art walk is a self-guided evening tour through
      galleries, museums, and independent creative businesses featuring exhibitions
      and special performances.

      Anno Domini // the second coming of Art & Design – 366 South First St.
      Selections from Anno Domini's private collection of art
      Higher Fire Clayspace & Gallery – 499 South Market St.
      Join us for an evening of clay plus a reception for the artists from 7-11pm.
      KALEID gallery – 88 South Fourth St.
      Opening Reception for two new feature exhibitions.
      MACLA Movimiento de Arte y Cultura Latino Americana – 510 South First St.
      Join MACLA for an evening of art and community!
      Phantom Galleries – 95 South Market St: ART ALIVE GALLERY
      Bodypainted human canvas installation and live bodypainting.
      San Jose Jazz at Pagoda Restaurant & Bamboo Lounge – 170 South Market St.
      8:30pm Free Admission
      France's own Jean-Luc Ponty has been at the forefront of jazz violin for decades.
      San Jose Museum of Quilts & Textiles – 520 South First St.
      Last days of the High Fiber Benefit Art Exhibition
      South Bay Circus Arts Collective – 490 South First St.
      We host outdoor circus jams and skill shares where people can come play,
      learn, and exchange circus skills.
      SLG Art Boutiki & Gallery – 577 South Market St.
      Showing a mixture of originals and prints. Live music
      and plenty of free comic books for all.
      Works San Jose – 365 South Market St.
      Ranging from the most established area artists to the newest of newcomers, this
      exhibition will display the intense range of our art community.
      Caffé Frascati – 315 South First St.
      presents an evening with San Jose's very finest singer/songwriters.
      Downtown Yoga Shala – 450 South First St.
      shows off a new collection of pen and ink portraits that depicts some of the
      most famous storytellers.
      Good Karma Vegan Café – 37 South First St.
      Everyone has a story. A story of why they are the way are.
      Every story leads up to when you cross paths or interact with that person.
      LGBTQ Youth Space – 452 South First St.
      All the works of art are recycled on cardboard, reused canvases, particle board...
      METRO Photo Exhibit – 550 South First St.
      Artist to perform acoustic set and project film for opening night.
      Pho69 – 321 South First St.
      Phantom Galleries presents Writhing Against Environment new works.
      Psycho Donuts – 288 South Second St.
      The gallery displays top local artists.
      Studio Climbing Gym – 396 South First St.
      Dimensions by award winning landscape and nature photographers.
      TechShop San Jose – 300 South Second St.
      Members will be bringing in projects that they have made at TechShop.
      Art Ark Gallery – 1035 South Sixth St.
      This Salon-Style Holiday Art Exhibition showcases the work of bay area artists.
      Opening Art Reception from 6-9pm with live music.


      SoFA district in downtown San Jose
      (on South First Street between San Carlos & Reed Streets


      Sa Nov 3 Francophile Science SIG Free Festival
      Bay Area Science Festival returns with an 8 day festival, Oct 27t– Nov 3
      The festival will provide a wide range of science & technology activities –
      lectures, debates, exhibitions, concerts, plays, workshops, etc.
      at a variety of locations throughout the Bay Area.
      Our mission is to celebrate the Bay Area's scientific wonders, resources, and
      opportunities by exploring the role of science, engineering, and technology.
      This ambitious collaborative public education initiative brings together our
      leading academic, scientific, corporate, and non-profit institutions to showcase
      the region as an international leader in innovation.

      AT&T Park will become a science wonderland when the Bay Area Science
      Festival concludes again with this FREE science extravaganza on Sat Nov 3
      11AM-4PM. Last year, more than 21,000 people enjoyed a non-stop program
      chock-full of interactive exhibits, experiments, games, and shows, all meant
      to entertain and inspire. With more than 150 exhibits, there is something for
      everyone to unleash their inner scientist.




      Mo-Th Nov 5-8 Francophile Cloud Expo SIG Free Conference+
      Join us for the Conference and Stay for the Expo, Receptions, and Parties.

      1. Go to our special registration page -
      2. Fill out the Attendee Information form
      3. Select the VIP Gold Pass Registration Option
      4. Enter the Discount Code - cloudexpoVIPgold
      5. Abracadabra! The price will re-set from $2,000 to $0 –

      Anyone following these easy steps will secure for themselves a complimentary
      VIP Golden Pass for the entire event, valid for all four days - one that gives full
      access to all 150+ sessions across 8 tracks, including all Keynotes, General
      Sessions, Discussion Panels, and Technical Breakout Sessions...everything that
      a fully paid $2,000 Gold Pass brings, in fact, with the sole exception of Luncheon,
      Cloud Computing Bootcamp, and Cloud Essentials.

      As at every Cloud Expo, we are offering in Silicon Valley a vast selection of
      technical and strategic breakout sessions, General Sessions, Industry Keynotes,
      our signature discussion "Power Panels" and a bustling Expo floor complete
      with two busy Demo Theaters so that as a delegate you can kick the tires of
      solutions and offerings, and discuss one-on-one with all the leading Cloud and
      Big Data players what they are offering and how to make use of it in your
      particular situation.

      Just as Cloud and Big Data solutions will be side by side on the Expo floor, so
      they are in the conference program. We're including below a tiny sampler of the
      breakouts you can look forward to...and if you look at the welter of company
      logos at the very bottom you'll get a foretaste of the hundreds of companies
      in attendance on the Expo floor.


      CloudCamp Santa Clara @ Cloud Expo, Nov 7
      All CloudCamp attendees will automatically receive a complimentary VIP
      Gold pass to all four days of Cloud Expo. The VIP Gold pass is good for
      access to all sessions, all tracks, on all days. (note: VIP Gold passes do
      not include Luncheons or CloudExpo's Cloud Computing Bootcamp)

      CloudCamp is an unconference where early adopters of Cloud Computing
      technologies exchange ideas. With the rapid change occurring in the industry,
      we need a place where we can meet to share our experiences, challenges
      and solutions. At CloudCamp, you are encouraged to share your thoughts
      in several open discussions, as we strive for the advancement of Cloud
      Computing. End users, IT professionals and vendors are all encouraged to
      5:30pm - Registration, Food & Networking
      6:00pm - Welcome, Thank yous & Introductions
      6:15pm - Lightning Talks
      "Security in the Cloud" - Mike Desai of Ping Identity
      "The Future of OpenStack" - Boris Renski of Mirantis
      "Semantic Web for Open APIs" - Samual Rostam
      6:45pm - Unpanel
      7:15pm - Organize Breakout Sessions (solicit breakout topics, etc.)
      "Intro to Linux Commands for Cloud Computing" by Christian DeKonink
      "Semantic Web discussion" by Samual Rostam
      "The Future of OpenStack" by Boris Rensky, , OpenStack Foundation
      7:30pm - Breakout Sessions - One Round
      8:15pm - Breakout Sessions - One Two
      9:00pm - Regroup and Summarize Sessions
      9:15pm - Closing Thoughts
      9:30pm - After Party TBD

      Location: (co-located with Cloud Expo)
      Santa Clara Convention Center
      Hyatt Regency Santa Clara
      5101 Great America Parkway
      Santa Clara, CA - 95054


      We Nov 7 6pm Francophile GDG SIG Free Event
      developers.google.com: Inspiring Developers Every Day

      6:00 - 6:50 Networking and Light Dinner (Thanks Google)
      6:50 - 7:00 Welcome and Announcements
      7:00 - 8:30 Presentations
      8:30 - 8:45 Qs there and how to navigate the features such as the API
      browser, documentation, worldwide events, and even a showcase of
      cool stuff developers have built.
      For anyone seeking to program or broaden their knowledge of Google APIs,
      tools, and products, or just explore and be inspired.


      Google Headquarters (Sign in at Main Lobby, Building 43)
      1600 Amphitheatre Pkwy, Mountain View, CA 94043


      Th Nov 8 6:30-11pm 'Les Dynamiques' Free Open Meeting

      *Santana Row
      *Chili's Grill and Bar
      *377 Santana Row, Suite 1090
      *San Jose, CA 95128
      * 408-241-9880
      The Driving directions / Map are incorrect but it is really in
      Santana Row at Winchester Blvd and Olin Av

      Visit Parking :

      Every second Thursday of the month 'Les Dynamiques' provides
      a unique forum for French and Francophiles to exchange ideas,tips,
      and contacts.
      -You will gather information about events, parties, outings, housings,
      jobs, internships, education, moving, living tips, etc.
      -You will receive help in getting connected with other people and
      with each of your local communities as they work to build stronger
      communities and strengthen community bonds.

      It is the best way to start new contacts and develop
      relationship among people with the same Franco-international affinities.

      Everyone is welcome. Free discussions, gifts and no cover charge.

      Share a dinner, a drink, and a chat.

      Free and open to the public.


      To secure a larger room RSVPs appreciated

      LamyLudo's group is a benefit-all community offering activities, resources and
      services for Francophiles.
      Our mission is :
      Bonding, Bridging, Connecting, Helping, Networking, Sharing
      With Francophile Communities.
      The worldwide largest
      Francophile Cultures & Community Yahoo Group.
      See ranking at http://dir.groups.yahoo.com/dir/1600043339


      STMicroelectronics Job offerings in the Bay Area:
      Descriptions at:


      Please send an email to:
      with the position number and your resume and cover letter and
      I will forward it to the hiring manager within STMicroelectronics.


      A small French company named Germitec has developed a new system for
      achieving high level disinfection of medical instruments. The first application
      is for ultrasound probes. The company is looking for a med school or MBA
      student for a part-time project to identify and characterize opportunities for
      the system other than HLD of ultrasound probes. A copy of the job description
      is attached.
      Information on the company can be found at http://www.germitec.com/
      Respond to Robert Chess at RChess@...


      Sequoia High School in Redwood City, CA is looking for someone to be a French
      guest in their French classes. They would come and speak French and teach some
      things about France.
      Contact Karina Chin: 650.367.9780
      Email: kachin@....


      ZeTrip.com , a new social travel discovery startup started by French
      entrepreneur Edouard Tabet, is looking for its first marketing
      part-time intern. ZeTrip is an early stage startup based in Menlo Park, CA
      with the goal of helping people share their travel experiences and
      inspire their friends to discover the world. Our first beta site was
      launched mid-june, check it out : http://zetrip.com .
      Compensation : generous early stage equity stock options + hourly rate.
      If you're interested please contact Edouard Tabet edouard@...


      The LIRMM (Informatics lab) is a 350-person cross-faculty research entity
      of University of Montpellier, France and the National Center for Scientific
      Research (CNRS). It is home of internationally recognized researchers in
      semantic technologies, text/data mining, ontologies,
      bioinformatics and artificial intelligence.

      We are currently offering 1 fully-funded PhD studentships commencing
      fall 2012 for 3 years. Applications are invited from France, EU and
      international students on the following PhD project.


      Dr. Clement JONQUET - PhD in Informatics - Assistant Professor
      University of Montpellier
      161 rue Ada
      34095 Montpellier Cdx 5
      Tel: +33/4 67 14 97 43
      Fax: +33/4 67 41 85 00
      Skype: clementpro
      Twitter: @jonquet_lirmm


      Researchers in computer sciences and mathematics

      At the interface of informatics and mathematics, 3,400 researchers
      located in Inria's eight research centers work, along with their academi
      and industrial partners from around the world, on the science and
      technologies of tomorrow.

      Joining Inria means a stimulating environment where you can work
      with others on ambitious scientific projects.
      Joining Inria also lets you collaborate with all the different actors to
      find concrete solutions to problems affecting society or the business
      world, and all this in a rewarding, international context.
      Joining Inria gives you as well the possibility to train tomorrow's talent,
      working with master and Ph.D students.

      Join us if you are seeking fulfillment in a multicultural, collaborative
      setting and looking to solve challenges in informatics or mathematics
      and their applications!

      Our job offers on


      GLOBALFOUNDRIES Opportunity Summit 2011
      Check the Career Opportunities at
      Send to ludolamy@... your desired position
      and your request will be forwarded to the appropriate contact at

      To support our growing global operations, we are currently recruiting
      experienced semiconductor industry professionals to fill new positions
      at the company's corporate headquarters in Silicon Valley and at the
      company's new Fab 8 facility currently under construction near
      Saratoga Springs, NY receiving equipment in July 2011.


      LamyLudo's group is a benefit-all community offering activities,
      resources and services for Francophiles.
      Our mission is :
      Bonding, Bridging, Connecting, Helping, Networking, Sharing
      With Francophile Communities.
      The worldwide largest
      Francophile Cultures & Community Yahoo Group.
      See ranking at http://dir.groups.yahoo.com/dir/1600043339
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