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Sass Hack & SassConf Meeting

We're having another Sassy Hack n' Play Day! Bring your projects, your questions, your knowledge, and come get into some code. This Saturday, April 20th from 12 - 4:30PM.

We'll be getting sassy from the SimpleReach offices, 41 W. 25th Street, Floor 8. Space is limited, so please RSVP only if you know you can come.

SassConf NYC monthly meeting at 12:15. No need to RSVP if you are just interested in coming for SassConf. Questions or if you are interested but cannot make it email: [masked] or [masked]



41 W. 25th Street
Floor 8

If you come between 12:00 and 1PM the door will be open. Drop-ins welcome.


SimpleReach is building a new measurement layer for the social web, helping creators and distributors to develop content strategy, drive traffic, and spend money wisely. Say thanks to @simplereach.

Super big thanks to our member Andrea Mignolo for helping us with the location.

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  • Marcus E.

    Couldn't make it due to change in time.

    April 20, 2013

  • Scott K.

    Probably not going to make it this time. Bit of a sore throughout, don’t want to take changes.

    April 20, 2013

  • Claudina S.

    Hey All, Please note the time change: We are starting 1 hour later this saturday—1PM. See you at SimpleReach! cs

    April 19, 2013

  • Lori

    Probably have to leave at 12:45 but looking forward to whatever I can participate in till then!

    April 19, 2013

    • Marc S.

      Climbing on my soapbox, I sometimes wonder if incremental design is really just semantically smoothing the winkles out of iterative design and is more reflective of budget limitations rather than a real desire to control product features.

      April 19, 2013

    • Lori

      Howaboutwe work environment appears different from the traditional desire to control product features, with more sharing the responsibilities and outcomes. Though this may also reflect budget limitations that are the current reality.

      April 19, 2013

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