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Waltham Massachusetts was founded in eastern Massachusetts in 1636 and incorporated into a town in 1738 and then into a city in 1884. The Charles River cuts a path through the southern section of Waltham and has been used throughout its history for transportation and industry. Waltham is probably most historically famous for the Waltham Watch Factory that made its home on the banks of the Charles and was a pioneer company of the industrial revolution.

The Charles River has given way to Route 128, the main economic center of the city and has the second largest office market in the greater Boston area. Waltham has a diverse housing market with multi-family houses near the downtown section and single family neighborhoods along its borders.

Waltham is the home for higher education with two of the most prestigious colleges in the east - Bentley College and Brandeis University. The downtown section of Waltham hosts many diversified restaurants guaranteed to satisfy any craving or palette along with many retail establishments.

With all of these amenities and its convenient location just off Route 128 and its public transportation systems which include the commuter rail - Waltham is an especially pleasant place to live or work.

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Intelligent Swarming Insights: One Day Workshop - Waltham, Mass

Swarming improves our ability to create relevant skills. Skills development enables an increase in:

  • Customer loyalty
  • Employee loyalty
  • Operational efficiency


The tiered support model of the past 35 years is giving way to a new structure and process: a better way to align people with work.

Intelligent swarming is a collaboration-based model that seeks to get the person, or people, most likely to be able to solve an issue working on that issue on the first touch.

The benefits of collaboration are well understood by support staff; they do it quite naturally. And, they often collaborate in spite of the traditional tiered support model and escalation processes that we have imposed on them. What if we created processes and structures that enabled collaboration? Early adopters of swarming are reporting compelling benefits including faster skills development, improved employee morale, and increased customer satisfaction.

Intelligent Swarming is not a new topic for the Consortium for Service Innovation. But in the past few years, a handful of member companies have implemented the swarming concepts, albeit in very different ways, but all with great success.

This one-day Intelligent Swarming Insights workshop provides:

  • An explanation of the principles
  • A summary of case studies, benefits and lessons learned from the early adopters
  • Details on the qualification criteria: swarming is not for everybody
  • Insight to the critical key enablers
  • 7 scenarios to consider in designing the process
  • Tool functionality and integration requirements



When: Nov 13, 2014 9 AM to Nov 13, 2014 3 PMin Waltham, Massachusetts (Thu, 13 Nov 2014 09 )
Brandeis University Law and Professional School Reception
Monday, October 13, 2014, 6:45 – 9 p.m.

Location:Hassenfeld Conference Center-Sherman Hall

The Hiatt Career Center is hosting the Brandeis University Law and Professional School Reception. This event will be an opportunity for undergraduate Brandeis students and alumni to meet representatives from law and professional schools where many Brandeis students and alumni apply.

Learn more about the schedule, attending law and professional schools, and topics to be covered throughout the evening.

Brandeis undergraduate students: RSVP via B.hired > Events > Industry Nights & Career Fairs

Organization: Hiatt Career Center
Websitewww.brandeis.edu…



When: Oct 13, 2014 12 AM in Waltham, Massachusetts (Mon, 13 Oct 2014 00 )
Workshop: Resume Writing
Tuesday, October 28, 2014, 1:30 – 2:30 p.m.

Do you need help writing your professional resume? Join the Hiatt staff to make sure your resume will stand out to potential employers!

Open to all undergraduate students.

Sponsored by the Hiatt Career Center.

Organization: Hiatt Career Center
Tickets: RSVP > B.hired > Events > Workshops
Websitebrandeisu-csm.symplicity.com…


When: Oct 28, 2014 12 AM in Waltham, Massachusetts (Tue, 28 Oct 2014 00 )
Conservative Services: Yom Kippur
Friday, October 3, 2014, 6 – 7:45 p.m.

In observance of Yom Kippur (Jewish day of atonement), we welcome members of
the Brandeis community to all services. For complete details, please visit the Hillel
website: www.brandeishillel.org

Organization: Hillel at Brandeis
Websitewww.brandeishillel.org



When: Oct 3, 2014 12 AM in Waltham, Massachusetts (Fri, 03 Oct 2014 00 )
Workshop: How (and Why) to Choose a Major
Monday, October 27, 2014, 12 – 1:30 p.m.

Location: Hassenfeld Conference Center-Levine Ross

Econ and NEJS and Anthro, oh my! Want some help on choice of major? Join us for an interactive discussion on how to match your personality and interests to majors and career options. Bring your lunch and enjoy free cookies for dessert.

This event is open to all undergraduates and is co-sponsored by the Hiatt Career Center and Office of Academic Services.

RSVP in B. Hired > Events > Workshops

Organization: Hiatt Career Center
Websitebrandeisu-csm.symplicity.com…



When: Oct 27, 2014 12 AM in Waltham, Massachusetts (Mon, 27 Oct 2014 00 )
Lego Build (Gr K - 5)


When: Oct 10, 2014 2 PM in Waltham, Massachusetts (Fri, 10 Oct 2014 14 )
Los Sugar Kings
Private Show: Culture Fest 2014 Kickoff

When: Nov 11, 2014 12 PM in Waltham, Massachusetts (Tue, 11 Nov 2014 12 )
Proposal Writing Workshop
Tuesday, October 7, 2014, 5:30 – 6:30 p.m.

Come learn how to write an effective funding proposal. Workshop leaders will present tools and exercises for sharpening your prose. This workshop is open to all students, though it will be of particular benefit to those who have submitted a Sorensen Fellowship Preliminary Application (visit www.brandeis.edu… )

For more information, contact ethics@brandeis.edu.

Organization: Intl. Center for Ethics Justice and Pu


When: Oct 7, 2014 12 AM in Waltham, Massachusetts (Tue, 07 Oct 2014 00 )
Break the Fast
Saturday, October 4, 2014, 6:30 – 9 p.m.

Join President Fred and Dr. Kathy Lawrence at this year's Break the Fast, following the Yom Kippur holiday. Our entire campus community is invited to gather on the Great Lawn. Lots of delicious food, all kosher.

Organization: Students & Enrollment


When: Oct 4, 2014 12 AM in Waltham, Massachusetts (Sat, 04 Oct 2014 00 )
One Dimensional Man: Relevance Across the Decades from 1964 to 2014
Thursday, October 2, 2014, 12:45 – 1:45 p.m.

On October 1st and 2nd, Brandeis University will host a conference to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the publication of One-Dimensional Man, the most famous book of former Brandeis faculty member and Frankfurt School member Herbert Marcuse (1898-1979). The conference will explore Marcuse's intellectual and political legacy and coincides with our recent archival discovery of an early draft of One-Dimensional Man, donated to Brandeis by Marcuse himself. Keynote addresses will be given by distinguished Frankfurt School scholars Martin Jay and Douglas Kellner.

Sponsored by: DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service), Department of American Studies, Department of English, Department of German, Russian, and Asian Languages and Literatures, Department of Philosophy, Department of Politics, Department of Sociology, History of Ideas Program, Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Center for the Humanities, Office of the President, Louis D. Brandeis Legacy Fund for Social Justice, Robert D. Farber University Archives & Special Collections Department, Brandeis Libraries

Contact: Patrick Gamsby, pgamsby@brandeis.edu

Organization: Library & Technology Services
Tickets: Registration is free! For more details, visit the conference site: www.brandeis.edu…
Websitewww.brandeis.edu…


When: Oct 2, 2014 8 AM in Waltham, Massachusetts (Thu, 02 Oct 2014 08 )
Knowing and Growing Gesneriads, Not Just African Violets
Knowing and Growing Gesneriads, Not Just African Violets
Saturday, October 4, 10:00 a.m. - noon
Lyman Estate Greenhouses, 185 Lyman St. Waltham, Mass.

$15 Historic New England members, $20 nonmembers

The world of Gesneriads is very diverse. These African violet relatives are often brightly colored, long flowering, and fun to grow. Explore this family of exotic houseplants with Greenhouse Manager Lynn Ackerman, as she introduces you to Kohleria, Streptocarpus, Petrocosmea, Chirtia, and Columnea.

Registration is required. Please call 781-891-1985 for more information. Purchase tickets now

When: Oct 4, 2014 10 AM in Waltham, Massachusetts (Sat, 04 Oct 2014 10 )
The Many Dimensions of Herbert Marcuse keynote address
Wednesday, October 1, 2014, 5 – 7 p.m.

Rapaporte Treasure Hall

On October 1st and 2nd, Brandeis University will host a conference to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the publication of One-Dimensional Man, the most famous book of former Brandeis faculty member and Frankfurt School member Herbert Marcuse (1898-1979). The conference will explore Marcuse's intellectual and political legacy and coincides with our recent archival discovery of an early draft of One-Dimensional Man, donated to Brandeis by Marcuse himself. Keynote addresses will be given by distinguished Frankfurt School scholars Martin Jay and Douglas Kellner.

Sponsored by: DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service), Department of American Studies, Department of English, Department of German, Russian, and Asian Languages and Literatures, Department of Philosophy, Department of Politics, Department of Sociology, History of Ideas Program, Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Center for the Humanities, Office of the President, Louis D. Brandeis Legacy Fund for Social Justice, Robert D. Farber University Archives & Special Collections Department, Brandeis Libraries

Contact: Patrick Gamsby, pgamsby@brandeis.edu

Tickets: Registration is free! For more details, visit the conference site: www.brandeis.edu…
Websitewww.brandeis.edu…


When: Oct 1, 2014 12 AM in Waltham, Massachusetts (Wed, 01 Oct 2014 00 )
American Red Cross Blood Drive
When: Nov 4, 2014 2 PM in Waltham, Massachusetts (Tue, 04 Nov 2014 14 )
Halloween for the Hungry
Friday, October 31, 2014, 2 – 8 p.m.

Trick-or-treat in Waltham for canned goods to support local food banks and shelters. Open to all clubs and/or individuals. Email walthamgrouphnh@gmail.com for more info.

Organization: Waltham Group


When: Oct 31, 2014 12 AM in Waltham, Massachusetts (Fri, 31 Oct 2014 00 )
Messiah Sing 2014
Tuesday, December 9, 2014, 4 – 7 p.m.

The beloved Brandeis tradition Messiah Sing returns to the Shapiro Campus Center atrium. All members of the Brandeis community, as well as family and friends, are welcome to celebrate the holiday season with the sing-along concert of Handel's masterwork "Messiah."

Organization: Music Department


When: Dec 9, 2014 12 AM in Waltham, Massachusetts (Tue, 09 Dec 2014 00 )
Lydian String Quartet: It's About Time (Part 1)
Saturday, November 8, 2014, 8 – 10 p.m.


The program is the first of a two part series, "It's About Time," reflecting the fascination composers have with the exploration of musical time and its effect on the listener.

With Haydn's emotionally complex Quartet in F major, Op. 50 no. 5, "The Dream" as the departure point, the November program offers musical and philosophical contrasts with works by two celebrated American composers, Philip Glass and Elliott Carter. Carter's Quartet no. 1 which was, in his words, his "most extreme adventure into what has been called 'metric modulation,'" while Glass's quartet offers a completely different experience of the flow of time.

Organization: Music Department Tickets: Tickets are $20/$15/$5 and are available at www.brandeis.edu/tickets.
Website
www.brandeis.edu…



When: Nov 8, 2014 12 AM in Waltham, Massachusetts (Sat, 08 Nov 2014 00 )
JSA's First General Meeting of Second Semester
Friday, January 23, 2015, 6 – 9 p.m.

JSA's first general meeting of the second semester. Welcome the new year with the Japanese Student Association, and meet the e-board members!

Organization: Japanese Student Association


When: Jan 23, 2015 12 AM in Waltham, Massachusetts (Fri, 23 Jan 2015 00 )
Holiday Concert
Holiday Concert
Sunday, December 21, 3pm

When: Dec 21, 2014 3 PM in Waltham, Massachusetts (Sun, 21 Dec 2014 15 )
SURFF's up...and Running Again!!! Boston Wednesday 5th, 2014


When: Nov 5, 2014 6:20:00 PM in Waltham, Massachusetts (Wed, 05 Nov 2014 18:20:00 )
Spring Awakening
Saturday, November 15, 2014, 2 – 5 p.m.

Winner of 8 Tony Awards, including Best Musical,SPRING AWAKENINGis a rock musical adaptation of Frank Wedekind's 1891 expressionist play about the trials and tribulations, and the exhilaration of the teen years.

It's Germany, 1891. The beautiful young Wendla explores her body and asks her mother where babies come from. Elsewhere, the brilliant and fearless young Melchior defends his buddy Moritz -- a boy so traumatized by puberty he can't concentrate on anything. One afternoon in the woods, Wendla and Melchior discover a desire unlike anything they've ever felt.SPRING AWAKENINGexplores the confusion and desperation that ensue when the onrushing tide of hormones meets the ignorance of children.SPRING AWAKENINGcelebrates the unforgettable journey from youth to adulthood with a power, poignancy, and passion that you will never forget.


This celebration of rebellion provides the perfect opportunity to feature performers of all types, as well as the flexibility to creatively use costumes, set pieces, and lighting. Featuring a pop-rock score, this is an ideal show for talented vocalists with strong acting abilities.


Sponsored by Tympanium Euphorium


Organization: Tympanium Euphorium
Ticketswww.brandeis.edu/tickets


When: Nov 15, 2014 12 AM in Waltham, Massachusetts (Sat, 15 Nov 2014 00 )
Alpha Anywhere: Developer's Course
Class Details

This 3-day course is for developers who intend to use Alpha Anywhere to build business applications that can be easily adapted to tablets and smartphones, as well as the latest laptops and desktop PCs. The course covers Alpha Anywhere's key features and capabilities, preparing the developer to take full advantage of the platform’s power and flexibility. Participants will learn to design, build, test, and deploy

Alpha Anywhere-based business applications. By the end of the course, they will also be able to refine and modify their existing Alpha Anywhere-based business applications.Workshop Objectives

  • Create robust and secure business applications that can provide an authentic user experience on any mobile computing device.
  • Publish mobile business applications.
  • Use the features and capabilities of a mobile business application via web browsers.
Prerequisites
  • Intermediate-level programming experience or experience building full-featured business applications.
  • Basic familiarity with SQL, HTML, JavaScript, and CSS.
  • Watch Alpha Software’s “Getting Started with Alpha Anywhere” video. The video is available on this site's "New to Alpha" page.
  • Bring a laptop to class with:
    • Alpha Anywhere installed and running (i.e. both the Developer Edition and the Application Server both running properly).
    • Any Twin Peaks Research class data loaded. Data and loading instructions will be sent one week prior to the start of the course.
  • No previous experience with Alpha Anywhere is required.
"All Inclusive" Pricing Options

Many of our customers asked for it, so we're pleased to announce an "all inclusive" pricing option for our 3-day Alpha Anywhere: Developer's Course as well as for both our 2-day Alpha Anywhere: Advanced Topics course and our 2-day Alpha Anywhere:  Mobile Framework course. This option includes transportation from Logan Airport/Boston to the hotel; lodging at the Embassy Suites Hotel/Boston-Waltham; full breakfast and dinner at the hotel during your stay, as well as complimentary Internet access; transportation to/from our training facility each day; and then transportation back to Logan Airport when the course is over. See pricing plans here.

Please contact Colin Gorman by email, or by calling him directly at 1-908-907-1738, if you have questions about these "all inclusive" pricing options or about any of the courses that we are currently offereing.  Agenda Day 1

Getting Ready for Development

  • Creating a new Alpha Anywhere Workspace
  • Defining database connection strings
  • The Database Explorer

Creating a Data Entry Component

  • Exploring the Web Projects Control Panel
  • Creating a UX Component
  • Adding controls to a UX Component
  • Saving the UX Component
  • Control Properties – Events, validation, appearance and display
  • UX Component server-side Events

Creating a Component to Execute a Report

  • Defining a report
  • Executing the report

The List Control

  • Displaying all rows of a table with a List
  • Controls for navigating a List
Agenda Day 2

Creating a mobile business application

  • Panel Card and Panel Navigator controls
  • Directing application flow to a specific Panel Card
  • Executing a Component from within a Panel Card
  • Adding a Header or Footer to Panel Cards

Expanding application flexibility with arguments

  • Presenting a search capability to the user
  • Loading parent and child records based on a selection

Deploying a mobile business application

  • Creating an A5W page from a Component
  • Defining a project Profile
  • Publishing the Project to the Profile
  • Viewing the published business application on a mobile device
Agenda Day 3

SQL Update and Delete operations

  • Controls for updating and deleting a row
  • Server-side Events for loading records and executing updates

Layout-table Reports

  • Designing a report in Layout-table mode

Creating Web Components and controls

  • Moving mobile application UX Components to the Web
  • Simple and advanced Grid Components
  • Previewing Components in Web browsers: Live Preview
  • Creating an A5W page
  • Defining CSS Style Sheets
  • Building a tab-style interface with the Tabbed UI Builder
  • Creating complex web pages with the Page Layout Builder
  • Deploying a Web application



When: Dec 8, 2014 8 AM to Dec 10, 2014 4 PMin Waltham, Massachusetts
Cost: Visit EventBrite.com for pricing. (Mon, 08 Dec 2014 08 )
Alpha Anywhere: Advanced Topics
Class Details

This 2-day course is for experienced developers who want to expand their repertoire of Alpha Anywhere skills in order to create the most full-featured and secure business applications possible.Course Objectives

After completing this course, participants will be able to:

  • Program client-side event functions with JavaScript.
  • Program server-side event functions with Xbasic.
  • Integrate a Web-based API. 
  • Debug an Alpha Anywhere application.
  • Implement Alpha Anywhere’s Security Framework.
  • Develop customized user management security Components.
Prerequisites
  • Intermediate-level programming experience or experience building full-featured business applications.
  • Basic familiarity with SQL, HTML, JavaScript and CSS.
  • Completion of Alpha Anywhere: Developer’s Course, or comparable experience with all topics covered in that course. This course directly references the topics covered throughout the Alpha Anywhere: Developer’s Course.
  • Bring a laptop to class with:
    • Alpha Anywhere installed and running (i.e. both the Developer Edition and the Application Server running properly).
    • A functioning instance of your preferred SQL back-end software (of those supported by Alpha Anywhere.)
    • Any Twin Peaks Research class files loaded. Files and loading instructions will be sent one week prior to the beginning of class.
"All Inclusive" Pricing Options

Many of our customers asked for it, so we're pleased to announce an "all inclusive" pricing option for our 3-day Alpha Anywhere: Developer's Course as well as both our 2-day Alpha Anywhere: Advanced Topics course and our 2-day Alpha Anywhere:  Mobile Framework course. This option includes transportation from Logan Airport/Boston to the hotel; lodging at the Embassy Suites Hotel/Boston-Waltham; full breakfast and dinner at the hotel during your stay, as well as complimentary Internet access; transportation to/from our training facility each day; and then transportation back to Logan Airport when the course is over. See pricing plans here.

Please contact Colin Gorman by email, or by calling him directly at 1-908-907-1738, if you have questions about these "all inclusive" pricing options or about any of the courses we are currently offering.  Agenda Day 1

Extending Alpha Anywhere with Advanced Event Programming

  • Integrating an outside API (case study: Google Chart).
  • Client-side event programming of JavaScript functions.
  • Server-side event programming of Xbasic functions.
  • Accessing and understanding the “e” object.
Agenda Day 2

The Alpha Anywhere Security Framework

Building a security application

  • Creating a login Component.
  • Creating Users and Groups
  • Publishing security files

Moving security to your SQL database

  • How to do it
  • What to watch out for

Implementing User Management Components

  • Adding a new user.
  • Editing user information.
  • Customizing security using your own user parameter table.

Debugging Application Security

Advanced Alpha Anywhere Components for mobile business applications

  • Comparing use of Lists and Grids
  • Supporting Touch Events
  • Displaying maps, images, and video content
  • Producing reports for mobile devices

Introduction to Cloud-based Application Development and Deployment
An overview of the essential concepts and considerations related to this important computing trend.



When: Dec 11, 2014 8 AM to Dec 12, 2014 4 PMin Waltham, Massachusetts
Cost: Visit EventBrite.com for pricing. (Thu, 11 Dec 2014 08 )
Alpha Anywhere: Developer's Course
Class Details

This 3-day course is for developers who intend to use Alpha Anywhere to build business applications that can be easily adapted to tablets and smartphones, as well as the latest laptops and desktop PCs. The course covers Alpha Anywhere's key features and capabilities, preparing the developer to take full advantage of the platform’s power and flexibility. Participants will learn to design, build, test, and deploy

Alpha Anywhere-based business applications. By the end of the course, they will also be able to refine and modify their existing Alpha Anywhere-based business applications.Workshop Objectives

  • Create robust and secure business applications that can provide an authentic user experience on any mobile computing device.
  • Publish mobile business applications.
  • Use the features and capabilities of a mobile business application via web browsers.
Prerequisites
  • Intermediate-level programming experience or experience building full-featured business applications.
  • Basic familiarity with SQL, HTML, JavaScript, and CSS.
  • Watch Alpha Software’s “Getting Started with Alpha Anywhere” video. The video is available on this site's "New to Alpha" page.
  • Bring a laptop to class with:
    • Alpha Anywhere installed and running (i.e. both the Developer Edition and the Application Server both running properly).
    • Any Twin Peaks Research class data loaded. Data and loading instructions will be sent one week prior to the start of the course.
  • No previous experience with Alpha Anywhere is required.
"All Inclusive" Pricing Options

Many of our customers asked for it, so we're pleased to announce an "all inclusive" pricing option for our 3-day Alpha Anywhere: Developer's Course as well as for both our 2-day Alpha Anywhere: Advanced Topics course and our 2-day Alpha Anywhere:  Mobile Framework course. This option includes transportation from Logan Airport/Boston to the hotel; lodging at the Embassy Suites Hotel/Boston-Waltham; full breakfast and dinner at the hotel during your stay, as well as complimentary Internet access; transportation to/from our training facility each day; and then transportation back to Logan Airport when the course is over. See pricing plans here.

Please contact Colin Gorman by email, or by calling him directly at 1-908-907-1738, if you have questions about these "all inclusive" pricing options or about any of the courses that we are currently offereing.  Agenda Day 1

Getting Ready for Development

  • Creating a new Alpha Anywhere Workspace
  • Defining database connection strings
  • The Database Explorer

Creating a Data Entry Component

  • Exploring the Web Projects Control Panel
  • Creating a UX Component
  • Adding controls to a UX Component
  • Saving the UX Component
  • Control Properties – Events, validation, appearance and display
  • UX Component server-side Events

Creating a Component to Execute a Report

  • Defining a report
  • Executing the report

The List Control

  • Displaying all rows of a table with a List
  • Controls for navigating a List
Agenda Day 2

Creating a mobile business application

  • Panel Card and Panel Navigator controls
  • Directing application flow to a specific Panel Card
  • Executing a Component from within a Panel Card
  • Adding a Header or Footer to Panel Cards

Expanding application flexibility with arguments

  • Presenting a search capability to the user
  • Loading parent and child records based on a selection

Deploying a mobile business application

  • Creating an A5W page from a Component
  • Defining a project Profile
  • Publishing the Project to the Profile
  • Viewing the published business application on a mobile device
Agenda Day 3

SQL Update and Delete operations

  • Controls for updating and deleting a row
  • Server-side Events for loading records and executing updates

Layout-table Reports

  • Designing a report in Layout-table mode

Creating Web Components and controls

  • Moving mobile application UX Components to the Web
  • Simple and advanced Grid Components
  • Previewing Components in Web browsers: Live Preview
  • Creating an A5W page
  • Defining CSS Style Sheets
  • Building a tab-style interface with the Tabbed UI Builder
  • Creating complex web pages with the Page Layout Builder
  • Deploying a Web application



When: Dec 8, 2014 8 AM to Dec 10, 2014 4 PMin Waltham, Massachusetts
Cost: Visit EventBrite.com for pricing. (Mon, 08 Dec 2014 08 )
Alpha Anywhere: Mobile Framework
Class Details

This 2-day course provides developers with a solid grounding in the Alpha Anywhere Controls, Properties, Events, and Actions that form the functional structure of any mobile business application. Using this framework, developers will be able to take full advantage of these Alpha Anywhere features and capabilities to run their business applications on the full range of mobile devices and PCs. The course also covers Alpha Anywhere’s integration with PhoneGap and PhoneGap Build, the mobile application development framework, cloud-based storage area and compiler from Adobe Systems Incorporated, that will enable you to create Hybrid business applications that take full advantage of the native features on your mobile device.Course Objectives

After attending this training course, participants will be able to integrate state-of-the-art mobile features and capabilities into the business applications they create with the Alpha Anywhere and PhoneGap combination.Pre-Requisites

  • Intermediate-level programming experience or experience building full-featured business applications.
  • Basic familiarity with SQL, HTML, JavaScript and CSS.
  • Completion of both the Alpha Anywhere: Developer’s Course and Alpha Anywhere: Advanced Topics course, or comparable experience with all topics covered in those courses. Alpha Anywhere: Mobile Framework directly references the topics covered in both of these prerequisite courses.
  • Bring a laptop to class with:
    • Alpha Anywhere installed and running (i.e. both the Developer Edition and the Application Server running properly).
    • Any Twin Peaks Research class files loaded. Files and loading instructions will be sent one week prior to the beginning of the course.
  • Basic PhoneGap account.
  • Any other developer accounts or other resources needed for native device development, (e.g. Apple Developer ID).
"All Inclusive" Pricing Options

Many of our customers asked for it, so we're pleased to announce an "all inclusive" pricing option for our 3-day Alpha Anywhere: Developer's Course as well as both our 2-day Alpha Anywhere: Advanced Topics course and our 2-day Alpha Anywhere:  Mobile Framework course. This option includes transportation from Logan Airport/Boston to the hotel; lodging at the Embassy Suites Hotel/Boston-Waltham; full breakfast and dinner at the hotel during your stay, as well as complimentary Internet access; transportation to/from our training facility each day; and then transportation back to Logan Airport when the course is over. See pricing plans here.

Please contact Colin Gorman by email, or by calling him directly at 1-908-907-1738, if you have questions about these "all inclusive" pricing options or about any of the courses we are currently offering.  Agenda Day 1

Alpha Anywhere’s Mobile Framework

  • Panel Navigator and Panel Card: the foundation for Alpha's Mobile Framework
  • Programmatic panel navigation
  • Defining multiple layouts for List controls
  • The Panel Layout control
  • Responsive Layout settings
  • Defining Rules, Expressions, Actions, and Action Properties with the Responsive Layout Genie
  • Creating an AbsoluteLayout Container
  • Positioning controls on a background image
  • The SignatureCapture control

Alpha Anywhere and PhoneGap Build

  • Submitting an Alpha Anywhere application to PhoneGap Build
  • Alpha Anywhere’s PhoneGap Build Application Manager
  • Hydration
Agenda Day 2

Alpha Anywhere and PhoneGap

  • Accessing native device features with Action JavaScript
  • Incorporating device-side PhoneGap JavaScript data templates

Security for mobile applications

  • Creating a login Component from a template
  • Security properties
  • Common mobile application security hazards (and how to avoid them)



When: Dec 15, 2014 8 AM to Dec 16, 2014 4 PMin Waltham, Massachusetts
Cost: Visit EventBrite.com for pricing. (Mon, 15 Dec 2014 08 )
Phase II of the Governor's Initiative for Women in the Workforce

In March 2014, Governor Deval L. Patrick formed the Women in the Workplace Task Force. The group was charged with reporting back to the Governor with recommendations on how public and private employers in the Commonwealth can advance women in the workplace, support strong families and contribute to a robust economy. Please join us as the Task Force releases its findings, and for an important announcement about how private sector leaders from across the state are partnering on this initiative with Bentley University and the Center for Women and Business. 



When: Oct 10, 2014 9 AM to Oct 10, 2014 10 AMin Waltham, Massachusetts (Fri, 10 Oct 2014 09 )
MetroWest: Sort Books with Youth at More Than Words
Sponsored by: More Than Words
Minimum age: 18
Volunteers will work alongside the youth (ages 16-20) to sort through donations of books and to check the store's inventory using a software program. The books are posted online for sale across the world and available for purchase in the cozy, youth run bookstore which doubles as an art gallery. The . . .

When: Oct 12, 2014 1 PM in Waltham, Massachusetts (Sun, 12 Oct 2014 13 )
Brandeis Theater Company: Dead Man's Cell Phone
Saturday, October 11, 2014, 8 – 11 p.m.

Dead Man's Cell Phone by Sarah Ruhl
Directed by Adrianne Krstansky

Jean, unmarried and approaching 40, sits in a cafe as a man's cell phone rings. And rings. And continues to ring. Irritated, Jean approaches the wonder of the phone and discovers he has quietly died in the cafe. She decides to keep his phone and begins answering his calls, keeping him alive in a strange yet significant way. As she takes messages from the dead man's colleagues, friends, family members and even his mistress, she finds herself involved in his life and afterlife in hilarious and shocking ways. This play, which had its New York City premiere at Playwrights Horizons, is a moving and funny exploration of how, in the midst of our fragile lives, technology can both unite and isolate us, especially in our quest for true love.

Organization: Theater Arts Department
Tickets: Ticket Prices:, Students (Brandeis and non-Brandeis Students): $5; Brandeis Community & Senior Citizens: $15; Regular Price $20, Tickets can be purchased online at www.brandeis.edu… by calling Brandeis Tickets at 781-736-3400, option 3*; or by visiting the Box Office located in the Shapiro Campus Center Atrium.
Websitebrandeis.edu…


When: Oct 11, 2014 12 AM in Waltham, Massachusetts (Sat, 11 Oct 2014 00 )
Adam Payne / 2ADAM12
9p-Close http://www.jocosbar.com

When: Nov 7, 2014 9 PM in Waltham, Massachusetts (Fri, 07 Nov 2014 21 )
PulseLocal Boston October Customer Success Meetup

HELLO BOSTON!

The customer success movement is here and catching fire quickly. We had a great meeting last month with a lively discussion around building company buy-in around Customer Success. The best practices we are learning from each other has proven to be very valuable and well worth the time.

Please join us for our next meet-up as we share insights and collaborate with local experts and customer success professionals to develop approaches that drive customer retention, satisfaction and sustainable growth; especially against a backdrop of a growing subscription-based economy.

LOCATION: 130 Turner Street, Building 1, Suite 100, Waltham, MA 02453

AGENDA: Thursday, October 9th

6:00-6:30p Welcome and Networking

6:30p-7:00p Introductions

7:00p-7:45p Interactive Discussion Topics:  Building a Customer Health Score

Attendees! Bring a current Customer Success related challenge and we'll discuss best practices and brainstorm on solutions/approaches (no better use of a room full of smart-professionals with a common passion)

7:45p-8:00p Next Meeting Planning, Wrap-up & Networking

Onsite Contact: pkelly@brainshark.com

SHARE THE WORD; BRING A FRIEND/COLLEAGUE!!!



When: Oct 9, 2014 6 PM to Oct 9, 2014 8 PMin Waltham, Massachusetts (Thu, 09 Oct 2014 18 )
John Altoon

The first major retrospective of John Altoon (1925-1969), a little-known yet important artist whose brief but significant career unfolded in Southern California from the 1950s until his untimely death in 1969 at age 43. A post-modernist before his time, Altoon had a facility with line, color and subject matter that influenced his peers and continues to resonate with artists today.  The exhibition, co-organized with the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA), includes approximately 70 paintings and drawings created by this legendary figure of the 1960s Los Angeles art scene.

Oct 8, 2014: 12 pm - 5 pm (Wed)



When: Oct 9, 2014 12 PM in Waltham, Massachusetts (Thu, 09 Oct 2014 12 )
NSS CEO Workshop on Growth

NSS CEO Workshops

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How Can I Grow Profitably AND

                       Add Value to My Business?

Join an expert panel discussion and learn how you can drive your company growth. Bring your questions and share your lessons learned.  This is an interactive activity and will address issues like:

 

  • What type of Finance Leadership do you need to Champion Strategic Objectives?
  • How do you Mitigate Risks and Reduce your Cost of Capital?
  • How do you Promote Operational Excellence across your Organization that Generates a Strong EBITDA?

Moderator:  Laurie Kirk, CEO of The Board Forum

Panelists:  2-3 CEOs TBA & Subject Matter Experts



When: Nov 5, 2014 10 AM to Nov 5, 2014 12 PMin Waltham, Massachusetts
Cost: 0.00 true General Admission 0.00

(Wed, 05 Nov 2014 10 )
Webinar: From College to Career for Parents of First Years
Wednesday, October 1, 2014, 12 – 1 p.m.

Andrea Dine, director of the Hiatt Career Center, will share the steps college students take that lead to successful career outcomes, and what you can do to support your student through this process. In addition to answering your questions, she will discuss the current job market, the value of a liberal arts education, and career resources and timelines by class year.

All Brandeis alumni and parents of current students are welcome to attend.

Event contact: Alexandra Anweiler Stephens, astephens@brandeis.edu

Organization: Hiatt Career Center
Tickets: Please register in advance: www3.gotomeeting.com…
Websitebrandeisu-csm.symplicity.com…


When: Oct 1, 2014 12 AM in Waltham, Massachusetts (Wed, 01 Oct 2014 00 )
Irony and Dialectics: One-Dimensional Man at Fifty
Tuesday, September 30, 2014, 8 a.m. – 12 p.m.

Rapaporte Treasure Hall

On October 1st and 2nd, Brandeis University will host a conference to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the publication of One-Dimensional Man, the most famous book of former Brandeis faculty member and Frankfurt School member Herbert Marcuse (1898-1979). The conference will explore Marcuse's intellectual and political legacy and coincides with our recent archival discovery of an early draft of One-Dimensional Man, donated to Brandeis by Marcuse himself. Keynote addresses will be given by distinguished Frankfurt School scholars Martin Jay and Douglas Kellner.

Sponsored by: DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service), Department of American Studies, Department of English, Department of German, Russian, and Asian Languages and Literatures, Department of Philosophy, Department of Politics, Department of Sociology, History of Ideas Program, Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Center for the Humanities, Office of the President, Louis D. Brandeis Legacy Fund for Social Justice, Robert D. Farber University Archives & Special Collections Department, Brandeis Libraries

Contact: Patrick Gamsby, pgamsby@brandeis.edu

Organization: Library & Technology Services
Tickets: Registration is free! For more details, visit the conference site: www.brandeis.edu…
Websitewww.brandeis.edu…


When: Sep 30, 2014 8 AM in Waltham, Massachusetts (Tue, 30 Sep 2014 08 )
Irony and Dialectics: One-Dimensional Man at Fifty
Friday, October 3, 2014, 8 a.m. – 12 p.m.

Rapaporte Treasure Hall

On October 1st and 2nd, Brandeis University will host a conference to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the publication of One-Dimensional Man, the most famous book of former Brandeis faculty member and Frankfurt School member Herbert Marcuse (1898-1979). The conference will explore Marcuse's intellectual and political legacy and coincides with our recent archival discovery of an early draft of One-Dimensional Man, donated to Brandeis by Marcuse himself. Keynote addresses will be given by distinguished Frankfurt School scholars Martin Jay and Douglas Kellner.

Sponsored by: DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service), Department of American Studies, Department of English, Department of German, Russian, and Asian Languages and Literatures, Department of Philosophy, Department of Politics, Department of Sociology, History of Ideas Program, Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Center for the Humanities, Office of the President, Louis D. Brandeis Legacy Fund for Social Justice, Robert D. Farber University Archives & Special Collections Department, Brandeis Libraries

Contact: Patrick Gamsby, pgamsby@brandeis.edu

Organization: Library & Technology Services
Tickets: Registration is free! For more details, visit the conference site: www.brandeis.edu…
Websitewww.brandeis.edu…


When: Oct 3, 2014 8 AM in Waltham, Massachusetts (Fri, 03 Oct 2014 08 )
Ethnomusicology Colloquium - Holly Wissler, "Ancient and Current Indigenous Music Ritual in the Andes of Peru"
Thursday, November 6, 2014, 4:30 – 5:30 p.m.

Holly Wissler, an applied ethnomusicologist based in Cusco, Peru, joins the Brandeis Department of Music Colloquium Series to discuss"Ancient and Current Indigenous Music Ritual in the Andes of Peru" on Thursday, November 6th at 4:30 p.m. in the Slosberg Music Center (room 212).

Holly Wissler, ethnomusicologist and flutist, holds two master's degrees from the University of Idaho: MM in flute performance and MA in music history, and a PhD in ethnomusicology from Florida State University (2009), funded by a Fulbright-Hays doctoral dissertation research abroad grant. Since 2003, she has conducted research and participated in the indigenous musical rituals of the Quechua community of Q'eros, and has published numerous articles on Q'eros' music and culture in Peruvian, U.S. and European journals.

Holly dedicates herself to applied ethnomusicology in Peru with the Q'eros (Quechua Andean) and Wachiperi (Harakmbut Amazonian) communities, involved in music, and other, projects in these communities. In 2011 she was principal author with Peru's Ministry of Culture on the petition to UNESCO that the Q'eros songs be nominated to the international "Intangible Cultural Heritage" list. She spearheaded a 2-year project with the Queros-Wachiperi community in the Madre de Dios Amazonian river basin for the rescue and documentation of Wachiperi songs and immaterial culture (2010-2012,see video), and a collaborative research project with the youth of Q'eros in the new and only high school in the Q'eros Nation (colegio-etnico), researching the older songs that the Q'eros no longer sing.

Holly is the producer of 2 video documentaries: Qoyllur Rit'i: A Woman's Journey (1998), about Qoyllur Rit'i, the largest pilgrimage festival in the Peruvian Andes and her inside role as mayordoma (sponsor) of a dance group (available forpurchase here), and Kusisqa Waqashayku ("From Grief and Joy We Sing," 2007) about Q'eros' musical rituals.

Organization: Music Department
Tickets: FREE and Open to the Brandeis Community
Websitewww.brandeis.edu…



When: Nov 6, 2014 12 AM in Waltham, Massachusetts (Thu, 06 Nov 2014 00 )
Musicology Colloquium - Stephen Walsh, "Musorgsky: Language into Music"
Wednesday, October 15, 2014, 4:30 – 5:30 p.m.

Cardiff University's Stephen Walsh joins the Brandeis Department of Music Colloquium Series to discuss, "Musorgsky: Language into Music."

Professor Walsh was educated at Kingston Grammar School, St Paul's School and Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge. From 1963, he worked as a music journalist in London, at first freelance, writing forThe Times,Daily Telegraph, andFinancial Times, then from 1966 as deputy music critic ofThe Observer. He has broadcast regularly on musical topics for the BBC; a major feature of BBC Radio 3 programming in 1995 was his six two-hour broadcasts 'Conversations with Craft', in which he talked to Stravinsky's close associate, Robert Craft. Professor Walsh joined Cardiff University as a Senior Lecturer in Music in 1976, and now holds a personal chair in the School. He still contributes music criticism toThe Independentand has since published a series of books and long papers on Bartok, Stravinsky, Kurtág and Panufnik, among others. The first volume of his major biography of Stravinsky ???Stravinsky: A Creative Spring(Knopf, 1999) ??? won the Royal Philharmonic Society Prize for the best music book published in the UK in the year 2000. Volume Two ???Stravinsky: The Second Exile(also Knopf) ??? was published in 2006.

Organization: Music Department
Tickets: FREE and Open to the Brandeis Community
Websitewww.brandeis.edu…



When: Oct 15, 2014 12 AM in Waltham, Massachusetts (Wed, 15 Oct 2014 00 )
The Gentle Art of Musical Forgery: Reconstructing and Re-inventing Lost Music by 17th-Century Women
Thursday, October 2, 2014, 12:30 – 2 p.m.

In this lecture-recital, special guests Pamela Murray, soprano, and lutanist Catherine Liddell will join 17th-century specialist, violinist, and resident scholar Dana Maiben to present Dana's reconstructions of missing music of the prolific Chiara Margarita Cozzolani, a cloistered nun, and the fascinating Mary Sidney, Lady Wroth, who was anything but.

Presented by Dana Maiben.

Organization: Women's Studies Research Center
Tickets: Free and open to the public.


When: Oct 2, 2014 12 AM in Waltham, Massachusetts (Thu, 02 Oct 2014 00 )
Management of Secondary Dystonias and Related Movement Disorders

This four-hour multidisciplinary course will review the management of children with secondary dystonias and related movement disorders, covering medical and operative management, indications and selection of children for intrathecal baclofen therapy, expected outcomes and considerations for physical therapy providers.

Who should attend?
Physical therapists, physical therapy assistants

Credits
Physical therapy credits are pending for this educational activity.

Course Director
Shenandoah Robinson, MD, FAAP, FACS
Director of Functional Neurosurgery
Associate Professor of Surgery and Neurology
Boston Children’s Hospital/Harvard Medical School
registration

Please direct all inquiries to Victoria Fernandes at 617-355-1485 or
Victoria.Fernandes@childrens.harvard.edu

Course Objectives

  • Recognize and differentiate the different types of movement disorders, including spasticity, dystonia, athetosis and chorea, in a way that can be explained to patients and parents.
  • Become familiar with the pharmacologic interventions commonly used to treat movement disorders in children, as well as their common side effects. 
  • Understand how to integrate physical therapy with medical and surgical interventions for movement disorders.
  • Learn the role of intrathecal baclofen in treating secondary dystonia and mixed movement disorders in children.

Schedule

7:30–7:50 a.m. Registration and light breakfast

7:50–8 a.m. Welcome
Shenandoah Robinson, MD

8–8:45 a.m. Overview of Dystonia and Related Movement Disorders                                                    

Elizabeth Barkoudah, MD

Staff physician in the Cerebral Palsy, Neuromoto Therapy and Neuromuscular Programs, Boston Children's Hospita; Instructor in Neurology, Harvard Medical School. 

8:45-9:30 a.m. Management of Dystonia and Related Movement Disorders                                          

Elizabeth Barkoudah, MD

This session will explore the range of treatment options for dystonia and related disorders including oral medications, targeted Botox injections and surgery and the role of physical therapy in evaluating treatment efficiency 

9:30-10:15 a.m. Intrathecal Baclofen for Dystonia and Related Movement Disorders                                    

Shenandoah Robinson, MD 

Intrathecal baclofen (ITB) therapy, via surgical implantation of a baclofen pump and catheter, can relax muscles in children and young adults with severe spasticity and secondary dystonia, decreasing spasticity and contractures. This session will review the goals of ITB therapy and criteria for pump use, as well as review patient selection and expected outcomes.

10:15–10:30 a.m. Coffee Break 


10:30–11:30 a.m. Care and Management of Baclofen Pumps

Kristin Buxton, PNP

Pediatric Nurse Practitioner, Baclofen Pump Program Coordinator, Boston Children’s Hospital

This session will walk physical therapy practitioners through the ongoing management of the pump, immediately after implantation and on an ongoing basis, including identifying and addressing issues that may arise.

11:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m. Dystonia Patient Cases 

Rachel Tombeno, DPT

Staff physical therapist, Department of Physical and Occupational Therapy, Boston Children’s Hospital

This session will present, from the PT perspective, functional changes in two patients whose dystonia was managed medically.

12:30–1:30 p.m. Lunch/Q&A with course instructors



When: Oct 18, 2014 8 AM to Oct 18, 2014 12 PMin Waltham, Massachusetts
Cost: 50.00 true Individual Ticket 50.00

(Sat, 18 Oct 2014 08 )
Trivia!
Thursday, November 20, 2014, 9:30 – 11:30 p.m.

Bring your brain and your friends to this friendly competition. Play as an individual or play with a team of five. Prizes include a $75 gift card to Margaritas Mexican Restaurant and a $25 gift card to Chipotle.

Organization: Student Activities



When: Nov 20, 2014 12 AM in Waltham, Massachusetts (Thu, 20 Nov 2014 00 )
Bingo!
Thursday, November 6, 2014, 9:30 – 11:30 p.m.

You can win gearing up for winter prizes including Brandeis winter gear, keep out of the cold fun, and plenty of snacks to prepare for finals!

Organization: Student Activities



When: Nov 6, 2014 12 AM in Waltham, Massachusetts (Thu, 06 Nov 2014 00 )
Lost Girls
Friday, November 7, 2014, 8 – 10 p.m.

In this play by CharlieMadison'15, college student Daniela falls into a mysterious space inhabited by a seemingly sweet child, a snotty ex-celebrity, a deluded daydreamer and the poet Sylvia Plath. Can they find a way out of this dark, mystical world? Produced by Brandeis Ensemble Theater.

Organization: BET: Brandeis Ensemble Theater
Ticketswww.brandeis.edu/tickets


When: Nov 7, 2014 12 AM in Waltham, Massachusetts (Fri, 07 Nov 2014 00 )
Lost Girls
Thursday, November 6, 2014, 8 – 10 p.m.

In this play by CharlieMadison'15, college student Daniela falls into a mysterious space inhabited by a seemingly sweet child, a snotty ex-celebrity, a deluded daydreamer and the poet Sylvia Plath. Can they find a way out of this dark, mystical world? Produced by Brandeis Ensemble Theater.

Organization: BET: Brandeis Ensemble Theater
Ticketswww.brandeis.edu/tickets


When: Nov 6, 2014 12 AM in Waltham, Massachusetts (Thu, 06 Nov 2014 00 )
The Immigrant Experience in Waltham: A Service-based Practicum: Learnings from a Semester in the Community
Wednesday, December 3, 2014, 12 – 12:50 p.m.

Location:Hassenfeld Conference Center-Levine Ross

Sponsored by: nternational Center for Ethics, Justice and Public Life and the Office of Experiential Learning and Teaching

A city where over a dozen languages are spoken at home, Waltham presents an array of opportunities and challenges for a substantial community of immigrants. Join the students in the practicum "The Immigrant Experience in Waltham," taught by Marci McPhee, as the students share learnings from a semester of working with organizations in Waltham supporting immigrants.

Refreshments served.

Organization: Intl. Center for Ethics Justice and Pu
Websitewww.brandeis.edu…



When: Dec 3, 2014 12 AM in Waltham, Massachusetts (Wed, 03 Dec 2014 00 )
Cafe Science
Monday, November 3, 2014, 6 – 7 p.m.

Location: Solea, 388 Moody St., Waltham

Come to Solea and hear Eve Marder discuss "The neuroscience of animal to animal variability and robust behavior in the face of environmental challenge."

Contact: Paula Slowe, pslowe@brandeis.edu, or Judy Salvucci, jsalvucc@brandeis.edu.

This event is sponsored by the Office of the Provost.



Tickets: $10 per person (includes one drink)
Websitewww.brandeis.edu…


When: Nov 3, 2014 12 AM in Waltham, Massachusetts (Mon, 03 Nov 2014 00 )
Lost Girls
Saturday, November 8, 2014, 8 – 10 p.m.

In this play by CharlieMadison'15, college student Daniela falls into a mysterious space inhabited by a seemingly sweet child, a snotty ex-celebrity, a deluded daydreamer and the poet Sylvia Plath. Can they find a way out of this dark, mystical world? Produced by Brandeis Ensemble Theater.

Organization: BET: Brandeis Ensemble Theater
Ticketswww.brandeis.edu/tickets


When: Nov 8, 2014 12 AM in Waltham, Massachusetts (Sat, 08 Nov 2014 00 )
Street Hockey (gr. 2 - 5)


When: Sep 30, 2014 3:45:00 PM in Waltham, Massachusetts (Tue, 30 Sep 2014 15:45:00 )
Gym and Play (K - 3)


When: Sep 30, 2014 3 PM in Waltham, Massachusetts (Tue, 30 Sep 2014 15 )
DYI: Customize your room (Gr. 3 - 6)


When: Sep 30, 2014 3:45:00 PM in Waltham, Massachusetts (Tue, 30 Sep 2014 15:45:00 )
Art Adventures @ Prospect Hill (Gr. 3 - 6)


When: Sep 30, 2014 3:45:00 PM in Waltham, Massachusetts (Tue, 30 Sep 2014 15:45:00 )
Gym TIme (gr. 2 - 5)


When: Nov 6, 2014 3 PM in Waltham, Massachusetts (Thu, 06 Nov 2014 15 )

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