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Troy A.

Location:

Seattle, WA

Member since:

July 3, 2014

What would you like to get out of this meetup group?

more hackathons

What are your primary skills and/or areas to hack on? (e.g. front-end, back-end, UX, UI, hardware, graphics, etc.)

back end, hardware, legos, hammers, nails, screwdrivers, wires, rope, wood, plastic, etc

What are your favorite tools? (e.g. languages, frameworks, devices, software, conceptual models, etc.)

ruby, screwdrivers

What's something cool you've built recently? (it's okay if you haven't)

http://www.instructables.com/id/Arduino-powered-mini-traffic-signal-monitor-your/?ALLSTEPS

If you've been to hackathons in the past, what was the best you've ever been to?

The early AT&T mobile app hackathons were really small and fun, techcrunch disrupt 2011, and launch hackathon 2013 were huge - and also fun - although, the smaller the better for me, as they are easier to win :)

Introduction

Founder of RepairShopr.com - love hacking on stuff, always have fun at hackathons :)


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