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Sundsvall Lounge Hack #220
It's an open house kind of thing, just bring your computer and show up when you can make time. Some show up earlier, and we'll be here until we get too tired and go home, usually around 11 pm. Scandic's wifi is called scandic_easy, it's unencrypted with a web page just asking for some credentials for internet access. Then don't forget to jump into #lounge_hack on the SSDC Slack Team (* They've stopped serving food since the lounge is no longer a restaurant. But we've decided to stay anyway because you could get food from the nearby restaurants and bring it with you, they also serve beverages which is what we usually consume through the night. If you like computer stickers, there are stickers available at the hack. Our web page is ( if you want to spread the word about this meetup. Can't Join? Hang in our chat room via the SSDC-Slack (* team or it's IRC-slack-connection. -- *SSDC(Sundsvall Software Developer Community) is a social network for finding jobs, tech-event, exchanging experiences and discussing development problems. Sign up to chat with SSDC at (

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Trädgårdsgatan 31 852 32 · Sundsvall

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Each wednesday you have an amazing opportunity to drop in, and talk to people in the programming industry and systems development education sphere in Sundsvall. This meetup is a social programming and discussion session in the spirit of being an open house.

Lounge hacking is not about attending lectures of what's new and cool. It's a forum to meet similar minded people and sit down in a relaxed environment where everyone attending is doing their own thing or discussing recent trends or programming topics.

Sundsvall Lounge Hackers is a spinoff from Stockholm Lounge Hackers (, the original core values are:

Hacking on stuff alone or together AW-hours in lounge environment weekly - while having a drink and/or interchange with the other mindsets.
Build an ecosystem for ambitious people trying to realize own projects using some kind of "hacking", because these are the people that potentially represent the next wave of game-changers. — Supporting this should be key.
Doing this while not loosing core values over sponsorship deals.
Code of honour: A place for creation/exploring/interchanging - not direct recruiting.

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