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Hack Night at Carbon Five

  • Jun 12, 2013 · 6:00 PM
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Carbon Five is hosting a quad-weekly, intimate hack night for designers and developers who want to code and collaborate for a couple of hours after work.

For 6/12:

  • Hack on whatever you want (i.e. the usual)
  • Talk: Lessons learned while building Server Density 2.0, including Backbone and RequireJS (and other goodies), by Harry Wincup.
  • Workshop: BDD with RSpec; rebooted / continued from last hack night, by Christian and the testing elves.

Please RSVP on the Tinderbox meetup event.

Bring a project or enthusiasm for working on someone else's. If you want to give a short presentation or run a workshop, we have the facilities and completely welcome ad-oc organization.

We are technology agnostic. However, we're most familiar with and will be the most help with Ruby, JavaScript, and Objective-C (iOS).

We'll kick off with a very brief daily-style intro where everyone gives their name, says what they're working on and whether or not they want a hand... then we'll get our hack on. There will be at least a couple Carbon Five folks around to help out.

Doors open at 6p, kick-off at 6:30, doors close at 9:45. We'll provide the infrastructure, food, beverages and some helpful hands.

Feel free to run ideas by us if you're thinking about a preso or workshop. It's not required, but it'll help us make sure we have what you need.

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