Hack Night - New Relic

In other words, bring a laptop, charger, and something you want to build or learn.

6:30 Hang out, chat to neat ladies, eat dinner
7:00 Introductions.
7:15 Start splitting up into smaller groups - Finish up Ruby's Tic Tac Toe project, iOS project, ask or offer help on your project, or ask for project ideas.
7:30 Work/chat/eat!
9:00 Go home and get your beauty rest!


This event is ONLY open to people who identify as women.

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  • Shannon B.

    I had a lot of fun at the event! I remember hearing that we could get free tickets Future Stack, but forgot to sign the list. Any chance I can still get the code?

    September 22, 2013

  • Katie

    Great hack night! It'd be fun to have more of these.

    September 18, 2013

  • Rae

    I won't be able to make it to this one because Double Union, a feminist hackerspace that's in the works, will be hosting their first meeting that night. http://www.doubleunion.org/tea-...­

    3 · September 9, 2013

    • Emily

      I don't get off of work in time to attend the meeting, but would you be willing to share what you learn? I'm intrigued...

      September 17, 2013

    • Rae

      Come to both, everybody! See you there.

      September 17, 2013

  • yi c.

    I think this will be an awesome group. Willing to check whether here can come up some special ideas or not.

    1 · September 17, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    Is this event open to trans women? These events used to have a trans inclusive policy stated on them. It seems to have disappeared. Is that a sign of unawareness, or of deliberate exclusion? Sadly, inclusion can't be taken for granted by trans women. If you don't say, you're de facto being exclusive, since most of us won't risk humiliation at best and physical violence at worst just to attend a meetup.

    August 27, 2013

    • Brandy

      I agree with Annie. Alaina, would it be possible to add the "empathetically trans friendly" back to the description?

      September 10, 2013

    • Katherine M.

      I think the language we used to use when I was organizing was something like "Women who Code events are open only to women. Emphatically queer & trans friendly." You can ask Sasha for the exact wording, but I do agree with Brandy & Annie that it's important to be explicitly welcoming to people who might not have much trust that women's events are "for them", and it really doesn't take that much additional effort to copy and paste the statement.

      1 · September 10, 2013

  • Alaina P.

    The building doesn't have bike parking but you can leave your bike on Spear if you lock it up.

    September 10, 2013

    • Melanie A.

      If you have a BikeLink card, you can use the Bike Station at Embarcadero BART for secure parking.

      1 · September 10, 2013

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