The format of course stays the same: 5 minutes to show off your hack, and 5 minutes for the audience to applaud, cry, laugh, inquire, snore, chew, stand, sit, dance, grow, interact, etc. But, of course, we hope that the audience provides lots of great feedback and asks interesting questions (probably while sitting, though dancing audience members are certainly free to participate as well)!
Show us what you've got! But, remember, no startup pitches, no work related projects, and no deckware! See you at the meetup!
If you're interested in presenting, this is the url to use:
Also, this is organizer Jonathan's last DC Hack and Tell before moving to the Left Coast to become one of those G-men who end in oogle and not overnment, so be sure to come out and wish him well! We don't have food/drink sponsors yet (interested???) but I'll be sure to bring a drink for Jonathan at least!
: Let me clarify the "no job projects" rule. We want to promote the projects that people do in their spare time, for fun, or utility, and not the kinds of projects that are only applicable to people who work in your company, or your direct clients. On the other hand, there may be a project that you've built primarily at work, that solves a *general* problem that your company has allowed you to release with a libre license--this is usually fine.