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What we're about

If you've ever visited Hacker News, you've almost certainly seen the "Show HN" or "Ask HN" posts. Well, it's time to get off the Internet and tell us about it face to face. We'll provide you with our honest feedback, you provide us with a great hack, or idea.

We'll give you 5 minutes to show off your tool, hack, library (did you just write a library to access the Meetup API in Go!?), whatever. We're language and software/hardware agnostic, so it's all fair game.

After you present, it's an open forum. The audience will ask questions and provide feedback. We want to enable as much participation as possible at these meetups, so you'd better be able to take criticism and dish it out (all within reason of course). N.B. personal projects only, no idea or startup pitching, no commercial plugs!

We're the newly formed London chapter of the multi-city Hack && Tell meetup movement. Show us some love by becoming a member and following us on Twitter (@LNDhackandtell).

Upcoming events (4+)

Round xy: Some Round Name

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We are happy to announce a new online Hack&&Tell evening.

With the aim of keeping the format as similar as possible to the original Hack&&Tell, there will be a bring-your-own-beer (or whatever drink you like) chat session following the presentations.

Everyone is looking forward to hearing about your cool hack! The format is informal, engaging, and friendly: presenters have 5 minutes to show off their hack (it goes faster than you’d expect) and then the audience has 5 minutes to ask questions, make jokes, and suggest ideas and feedback.

The hacks can come from all walks of life: software, hardware, finance, governance, fashion... You name it, we game it! But remember: no startup pitches, no dull work projects, no deckware!

Sign up to present: https://goo.gl/forms/34zs7dEoOetKNJe93

Round xy: Some Round Name

Link visible for attendees

We are happy to announce a new online Hack&&Tell evening.

With the aim of keeping the format as similar as possible to the original Hack&&Tell, there will be a bring-your-own-beer (or whatever drink you like) chat session following the presentations.

Everyone is looking forward to hearing about your cool hack! The format is informal, engaging, and friendly: presenters have 5 minutes to show off their hack (it goes faster than you’d expect) and then the audience has 5 minutes to ask questions, make jokes, and suggest ideas and feedback.

The hacks can come from all walks of life: software, hardware, finance, governance, fashion... You name it, we game it! But remember: no startup pitches, no dull work projects, no deckware!

Sign up to present: https://goo.gl/forms/34zs7dEoOetKNJe93

Round xy: Some Round Name

Link visible for attendees

We are happy to announce a new online Hack&&Tell evening.

With the aim of keeping the format as similar as possible to the original Hack&&Tell, there will be a bring-your-own-beer (or whatever drink you like) chat session following the presentations.

Everyone is looking forward to hearing about your cool hack! The format is informal, engaging, and friendly: presenters have 5 minutes to show off their hack (it goes faster than you’d expect) and then the audience has 5 minutes to ask questions, make jokes, and suggest ideas and feedback.

The hacks can come from all walks of life: software, hardware, finance, governance, fashion... You name it, we game it! But remember: no startup pitches, no dull work projects, no deckware!

Sign up to present: https://goo.gl/forms/34zs7dEoOetKNJe93

Round xy: Some Round Name

Link visible for attendees

We are happy to announce a new online Hack&&Tell evening.

With the aim of keeping the format as similar as possible to the original Hack&&Tell, there will be a bring-your-own-beer (or whatever drink you like) chat session following the presentations.

Everyone is looking forward to hearing about your cool hack! The format is informal, engaging, and friendly: presenters have 5 minutes to show off their hack (it goes faster than you’d expect) and then the audience has 5 minutes to ask questions, make jokes, and suggest ideas and feedback.

The hacks can come from all walks of life: software, hardware, finance, governance, fashion... You name it, we game it! But remember: no startup pitches, no dull work projects, no deckware!

Sign up to present: https://goo.gl/forms/34zs7dEoOetKNJe93

Past events (34)

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