• Hacks/Hackers: November meetup

    Twitter UK

    Hacks/Hackers London no longer uses Meetup as the sign-up process for events. To sign up to get notifications about events, go to hhldn.co.uk (https://www.hhldn.co.uk/) and join our mailing list. We are looking for a drinks sponsor for this event. Standard sponsorship costs £750 per event. Sponsors get • A lightning pitch slot • Shout outs • Mentions in all email correspondence If you know of a company that would like to buy the booze for this event or future events, please email [masked].

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  • Hacks/Hackers: October meetup

    Twitter UK

    Hacks/Hackers London no longer uses Meetup as the sign-up process for events. See all details about the October event here (https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/hackshackers-london-october-meetup-tickets-31396563968). To sign up to get notifications about events, go to hhldn.co.uk (https://www.hhldn.co.uk/) and join our mailing list.

  • Hacks/Hackers: September meetup

    Facebook

    Hacks/Hackers London no longer uses Meetup as the sign-up process for events. To sign up to get notifications about events, go to hhldn.co.uk (https://www.hhldn.co.uk/) and join our mailing list. We are looking for a drinks sponsor for this event. Standard sponsorship costs £750 per event. Sponsors get • A lightning pitch slot • Shout outs • Mentions in all email correspondence If you know of a company that would like to buy the booze for this event or future events, please email [masked].

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  • Hacks/Hackers: July meetup

    Twitter UK

    Hacks/Hackers London no longer uses Meetup as the sign-up process for events. To sign up to get notifications about events, go to hhldn.co.uk (https://www.hhldn.co.uk/) and join our mailing list. We are looking for a drinks sponsor for this event. Standard sponsorship costs £750 per event. Sponsors get • A lightning pitch slot • Shout outs • Mentions in all email correspondence If you know of a company that would like to buy the booze for this event or future events, please email [masked].

  • Hacks/Hackers: June meetup

    Google

    Hacks/Hackers London no longer uses Meetup as the sign-up process for events. To sign up to get notifications about events, go to hhldn.co.uk (https://www.hhldn.co.uk/) and join our mailing list. We are looking for a drinks sponsor for this event. Standard sponsorship costs £750 per event. Sponsors get • A lightning pitch slot • Shout outs • Mentions in all email correspondence If you know of a company that would like to buy the booze for this event or future events, please email [masked].

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  • Hacks/Hackers: May meetup

    Facebook

    Hacks/Hackers London no longer uses Meetup as the sign-up process for events. To sign up to get notifications about events, go to hhldn.co.uk (https://www.hhldn.co.uk/) and join our mailing list.

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  • Hacks/Hackers: April meetup

    Needs a location

    Hacks/Hackers London no longer uses Meetup as the sign-up process for events. To sign up to get notifications about events, go to hhldn.co.uk (https://www.hhldn.co.uk/) and join our mailing list. We are looking for a drinks sponsor for this event. Standard sponsorship costs £750 per event. Sponsors get • A lightning pitch slot • Shout outs • Mentions in all email correspondence If you know of a company that would like to buy the booze for this event or future events, please email [masked].

  • Hacks/Hackers: March meetup

    WeWork Moorgate

    Hacks/Hackers London no longer uses Meetup as the sign-up process for events. To sign up to get notifications about events, go to hhldn.co.uk (https://www.hhldn.co.uk/) and join our mailing list. WeWork is the platform for creators. We provide the space, community and services you need to create your life’s work. To learn more send an email to [masked] or call[masked]. We are looking for a drinks sponsor for this event. Standard sponsorship costs £750 per event. Sponsors get • A lightning pitch slot • Shout outs • Mentions in all email correspondence If you know of a company that would like to buy the booze for this event or future events, please email [masked].

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  • Hacks/Hackers: February meetup

    Twitter UK

    Hi Hacks/Hackers, Our next event is on 22 February at Twitter UK, London. Please note that Hacks/Hackers London no longer uses Meetup as the sign-up process for events. We will not be opening RSVPs via Meetup.com, nor announcing events or ticket release times via Meetup.com. To sign up to get notifications about events, go to hhldn.co.uk (https://www.hhldn.co.uk/) and join our mailing list. The full details of the February event are on Eventbrite. (https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/hackshackers-london-february-meetup-tickets-31238478129) Thanks to PublishCheck for buying the booze! What's PublishCheck? The best newsroom analytics platform that you've (probably) never heard of.

  • Hacks/Hackers January meetup

    Twitter UK

    Hacks/Hackers London no longer uses Meetup as the sign-up process for events. To sign up to get notifications about events, go to hhldn.co.uk (https://www.hhldn.co.uk/) and join our mailing list. The full details are on Eventbrite. (https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/hackshackers-london-january-meetup-tickets-31002806228) Who's speaking? Juliana Ruhfus (@julianaruhfus (https://twitter.com/julianaruhfus)), senior investigative reporter for Al Jazeera English’s “People & Power” Juliana has been experimenting with turning her films into interactive projects to create immersive gamified real news experiences. In doing so, she reaches new and younger audiences who are not drawn to visiting traditional broadcast news websites. She will talk about her latest project (https://www.journalism.co.uk/news/al-jazeera-s-latest-newsgame-takes-players-inside-the-cyber-conflict-in-syria/s2/a679919/) "#Hacked – Syria’s Electronic Armies" - an investigation where the user is asked to explore the Syrian cyberwar which unfolded alongside the ground war. Owain Rich (@owain_rich (https://twitter.com/owain_rich)) and Charlie Newland (@charlienewland (https://twitter.com/charlienewland)), BBC World Service Owain Rich and Charlie Newland are the team behind the BBC’s first CGI VR experience to be produced entirely in-house: “Trafficked” (http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-38093431). From game development tools and 3D audio to script writing and interactive storytelling, they will be discussing the technical and journalistic challenges involved in creating VR at the BBC. Lightning pitches Julia Kirby-Smith, Rightsinfo Mayank Banerjee, Sonder Jeremy Evans, Explaain Who's buying the booze? We've not yet arranged a drinks sponsor. If you know of a company that would like to buy the booze for this event or future events, please email [masked]. Standard sponsorship costs £750 per event in return for a lightning pitch slot, shout outs and mentions in all email correspondence - and there are a few other options available.

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