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It's Time!

We're excited to announce the inaugural SF Hack & Tell meetup where geeks present their projects to other geeks.

We're looking for 5 minute demos of something you've built or are working on and think is awesome. It's cool if it's open-source, but not absolutely necessary. Also, it's not fair if it's something you've built at (or for) your job. We're looking for side-projects of non-commercial awesomeness. That's what Hack & Tell is all about.

There's no special topic here, just sharing cool hacks that you think other developers will be interested in. And it needs to be a demo, no PPTs or startup pitches or anything like that - show us something that will amaze us!

We have an awesome place to meet (and food/beer) thanks to StumbleUpon. Grab a fellow geek and come and join us.

We strongly encourage contribution from members of the group - either by presenting, or in the short Q/A following.

Fill out this short form to let us know if you'd like to present, excited to see some amazing projects!

http://bit.ly/126WzFW

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  • Julia N.

    we created a new twitter handle - @sfhackandtell

    March 6, 2013

  • Michael

    Hey Pete, thanks for letting Angelo and I present last night! I need the practice :)

    March 6, 2013

  • Pete S.

    Here's the final lineup from the evening:

    * Max Weisel - Video Destroyer (http://maxweisel.com/portfolio/videodestroyer.html)

    * Takashi Mizohata - JQuery imageloader hack (http://beatak.github.com/jquery-imageloader/)

    * Mark Reeder - Git/music productivity app (http://songactive.com/)

    * Yosun - motion gesture interface hacks (from the recent LAUNCH Hackathon)

    * Randall Leeds - Chromify extension (https://github.com/tilgovi/chromify)

    * Michael & Angelo - Edu In-Motion (also from LAUNCH Hackathon)

    2 · March 6, 2013

  • Mary Ann J.

    Great meetup idea. It's always interesting and inspiring to learn about everyone's various side projects. Also a rare opportunity for developers to practice their speaking. :) Pete is a good organizer. I would have liked to see a final agenda posted somewhere (even after the fact), as I know the speaker list changed last-minute.

    1 · March 6, 2013

    • Pete S.

      Thanks for the good feedback, Mary Ann!

      March 6, 2013

  • Y C.

    Just a note that I'd have to squeeze in at least one (markerless-ish) augmented reality demo even though I'm officially listed as motion gesture hacks :) ... and beware these motion-gesture hacks aren't what i'd consider tech-impressive, but are hacks in that they're last minute viable entries to various contests

    March 5, 2013

  • Mary Ann J.

    Will you please post a [approximate] agenda/schedule of the speeches?

    February 26, 2013

    • Pete S.

      Hey Mary Ann! Still working on a final lineup for presentations, but we'll have drinks/food starting at 7, and then start presentations by 7:30 for an hour.

      1 · March 1, 2013

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