610 22nd Street, Suite 315 , San Francisco, CA
Come show off a hack you have done recently. We provide the audience, you provide the telling, and you get 5 minutes to do it. After that, there are 5 minutes for the audience to ask questions about, criticize, ignore, laugh at, or praise you project. Of course, the idea is that this feedback section will be useful to all involved.
Acceptable projects are pretty simple: it has to be a real project, not vaporware or a startup pitch. No work related projects, and we would really prefer that you share the source code (Github links are awesome!). Websites, mobile apps, games, and hardware hackery are all great. If you can call it a hack and want to show it off, it probably counts.
If you're interested in presenting, please send me a message.
artist; geek; aspiring polymath. Idealist dreamer.
My name is Ki Lim. I am a software engineer.
I run a nonprofit org, teaching at-risk youths how to build electronics.
I work as a web developer at Mozilla.