Seems like every Hack and Tell is even better than the last - an auspicious start to 2014 indeed! Thanks to everybody who came out, and of course especially to our presenters!
Where is Pulkit? At Hack and Tell! With a cool custom Android app and web system to easily monitor location and integrate media from his awesome road trip!
Jennifer ran all the way from Farragut West in order to show us how she ranks tech companies in DC by employee presence on GitHub. (code) API power!
With DC Restaurant Week in swing, Kristine's project was very timely - identifying restaurant week locations to try, on the basis of their data from Yelp. And don't forget about bitbucket, all you github people! :) (code and TSV)
We got ever so slightly meta with Harlan's meetup dice hack to choose random meetup attendees - with an interface optimized for fun! (code) (Prizes not included.)
Rick showed his cool hardware/software project with Raspberry Pi and XMBC to create a flexible and low-cost home entertainment system. Hack and Tell loves hardware projects!
Aaron toured some Google App Engine projects (1, 2) and talked about getting some test interaction data out. (blog post)
With the holiday season behind us, Eric brought one more gift in the form of a technical recap covering innovations atisitchristmas.com.
Note also that H&T is starting to collect all the wrap-ups in a repo
that you can explore to your heart's content - New York especially has a lot of wrap-ups with cool projects to peruse!
The next H&T will be coming in February - watch for the official announcement on meetup!