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Announcement/Invitation/Kickoff - New Meet Up: OpenHack Syracuse

From: Lynn H.
Sent on: Monday, March 31, 2014 2:46 PM

Call out for Syracuse software developers:

Per Mike Vormwald, Sofware Developer with 3 Pound Health:  "Next week, I'd like to kick off a new meetup for developers: OpenHack Syracuse - an initiative started by the Western NY Ruby Users Group to create a regular-meeting, globally branded hacking event. The exact structure of OpenHack varies across the nearly 100 cities that hold meetups, but the basic purpose is coding together.

OpenHack Syracuse will be a monthly meetup of software developers of any programming language and all skill levels. The first meeting will be held

Next Tuesday, April 8th

6 P.M.

The Tech Garden

(235 Harrison Street, Syracuse, NY 13202)

Attendees will bring a laptop and a project to hack on. Each meeting will begin with a quick round of introductions where attendees say who they are, what they are working on, and if they would like any help with their project. Then everyone gets to work.

I believe building a community of local developers is our best bet to retain talent needed for Syracuse to thrive. These meetups are a step forward in building this community.

Please consider attending, or passing word of this event along. For more information see and follow on twitter @OpenHackSYR

Any questions, please don't hesitate to email me, [address removed]. If you'd like to attend, please RSVP on NextPlex, so we know how much food to order.


Mike Vormwald

[address removed]




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