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March Hack Night

This month, we're going to code instead of present. We're starting a bit earlier than usual because we expect this to run later than a normal Hack & Tell, but it's ok if you have to come late. We'll be there until at least 8:15.

Any language/project is ok. At the start, you have the option to give a 2 minute presentation about what you want to work on. If you don't have a project in mind, we'd love to have you drop by and contribute to something someone else is working on.

You won't be just head-down coding; there's a lot of chatting about projects and technology too. If you're a bit stuck on your project, you'll probably find someone here to give you some help.

To get an idea of what people have done in the past, here's a list of previous Hack & Tell presentations:

We'll probably head out to the Old Fashioned or another local place for food, and perhaps a drink, afterwards. 

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  • DaviP

    Glad I showed up for this. Thanks for help with software licensing. I got LicenseFinder installed at home -- Ruby hung when trying to do it at Bendyworks.

    March 19, 2014

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