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Hacking For Hustlers 4: In Which We Further The Advancement Of Our Codening

Hacking For Hustlers is back after our brief SXSW sabbatical.  Spring's here and the startup founding season is in full swing and we hope all you non-technical founders and entrepreneurs are spending your sunny spring Saturdays holed up in a dark room in front of a monitor shipping your first app!


We've got another bangup lineup with special guest Vinicius Vacanti, CEO of Yipit giving our keynote on how he learned how to hack.

We're graciously hosted this time around by Projective Space at their new campus on the Lower East Side.  We have plenty of space this time around just off the Essex/Delancey Stop on the F and M and J and Z lines.

We kick off at 7pm with some beverages provided by our sponsors Mashery and Twilio.

Our agenda:

  • You Don't Have Enough Time (Not) To Test - Rob Spectre
  • APIs Are Awesome - Evan Sandhaus, New York Times
  • How I Learned To Code - Vin Vacanti, Yipit

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  • A former member
    A former member

    Rob was the man. Vin's perspective was insightful.

    April 29, 2012

  • Doo A.

    Great, it keeps on getting better all the time.

    April 27, 2012

  • Marcus E.

    You guys were very well prepared. And I thought the unit testing topic was excellently presented. hearing from Vin was also nice. A sobering story of what investors care about most. I found both very useful because I'm building a startup and really need to know when it makes sense to invest my time in fundraising. At the same time I really want to work on being a good code, not just a passing hacker. I guess I would have liked to talk to more in the community, but I may have missed out because I arrived late. You guys rock!

    April 26, 2012

  • A former member
    A former member

    There are handful of times in life you want to just run out of a room and start to code. Last night was one of them. See you next time.

    April 26, 2012

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