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Movember Node.js Hack-a-day @ SFMOMA

Come spend the day hacking on Node.js and celebrate Movember in the amazing atmosphere of the SF MOMA's rooftop cafe. If you've never had a chance to go there, it's worth the $18 admission (free for SF MOMA members). Truly an inspirational SF location. And if you've been busy these last few months with too much work (as I have) and now holiday stress, come take a break (play hooky or work remote). The cafe there provides a nice place to sit, think, and code, and the Blue Bottle coffee is second to none. They also serve food. And while there take a tour of the museum, one of the top museums in SF.

Plans for hack session:

* Start at 11am (I'll get there early to grab some space and will pack a power strip)

* Bring your Node.js project you'd like to work on

* I'll be willing to contribute some cycles to your project. Feel free to post some info about what you'll be bringing to the Hack-a-day (github repo if possible)

* Wrap up at 5:30pm

* Anyone who is interested, will be heading out for food and drinks after (Razortooth will be sponsoring the first round, TBD where).

Details on the Blue Bottle Coffee Co. location at the SF MOMA rooftop are here:

For more on Movember:

Let's hack some Node.js. Mustache optional.

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  • Truedat

    Enjoyed the group and hearing about everyone's projects and Node.js war stories. And we all got to hack, which was great. Will consider doing a repeat Hack-A-day monthly @ an SF museum if there is interest.

    November 20, 2012

  • Josh

    Great idea. Learned a lot.

    November 20, 2012

  • Truedat

    Group is here upstairs at the cafe. Museum has fantastic bandwidth (18Mbps up and down).

    November 20, 2012

  • Romy I.

    I'm not going but i think this is such a great idea! Rad.

    1 · November 20, 2012

  • Truedat

    Also, if there is time, let's review NKO winners list and see if there is anything there worth exploring further.

    November 19, 2012

  • Truedat

    And to find the group, I'll try to corral at least one table and I'll have a "Movember" tent sign sitting on the table. There's lots of space there to spread out and move around, so we won't be limited to that space. Security guards there are a little picky so we'll have to be respectful of any posted rules.

    November 19, 2012

  • Truedat

    Folks, if you can bring a power strip. I know there is power there, just probably not enough for more than a few people. I'll drag along one power strip.

    November 19, 2012

  • Truedat

    Thoughts, location, time? Looking for a low key sponsor SF for this one, since we'll just hack, possibly grab beers after. Topics of interest? Maybe hack on cloud deployment scripts and build the ultimate vagrant box for node?

    November 8, 2012

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