Round 6

The format stays the same. 5 Minutes to show off your hack, your library, your visualization, your new programming language, whatever. After those 5 minutes, we the audience, get 5 minutes to pick your brain, give you feedback, tell you that we love it or hate it (we've been very successful so far!). Other than that, there are 2 rules: No Startup Pitches, and No Deckware -- We wanna see demos of things working right now (or at least a video of it working, if it involves hardware or something). If it's not finished, that's OK, but it should be demoable. Props and a half if it's libre software (sometimes referred to as "open source"). Somebody may wanna help you with it! We're looking again for presenters. This time we'll pick 7-8, with a backup or two. If you pitched last time and didn't get a chance, pitch again! But, remember, we'll contact you if we want you to present--no walk ons. If you wanna present, contact me, or better yet, fill out the RSVP question. Leave a link if relevant! Hope to see you at Round 6!

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