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Berlin Hack & Tell #61 - "Revolutionary May Hacks"
May is always bringing some revolutionary spirit. But we want a peaceful revolution and so we drop code not stones. Not only because it causes less harm to humans - but also because we think it is more effective. So bring all your revolutionary hacks or any other idea you where manifesting in code or hardware. All hacks are welcome (as long they fit our bhnt.rules guidelines -- see below!) WE NEED YOU - without your demos there's no show! We have 8 demo slots up for grabs, FIFO ( style. There will be no food - this is a feature and not a bug. Please eat before or after the event:-) bhnt.rules As always, we don't want to limit the kind of hacks. Demo cool stuff, no matter if it's an mobile app, website, desktop program or library. Anything is allowed, just cross the line to awesomeness - and if it fails it should do it beautifully. There are not many rules, but: • You'll get 5 minutes to present in English • you or your team should have built it yourself • people can ask you afterwards • NO PURE SLIDEDECKS, no pitches, only demos + code • keep in mind that the audiences is highly technical and starts snoring if you do marketing voodoo • show us code!!! (reasonable exemptions may be possible) • entertain us! • You only show us projects you developed. Nothing "cool" you've downloaded from somewhere. if( you.isSure ){, true) } If you come, tell us through Meetup. If you want to present, raise your hand during the event. And if you have feedback please send it to [masked]. Our relaxed event will only as good as everybody makes it. Bring your hacks and your friends and join us for the evening. PS: Presenters get a reserved seat. If you want to join for sure you should bring a hack and contact us. Cheers, Your Berlin Hack & Tell organizers

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    (This is a Berlin clone of the original NYC Hack and Tell ( Meetup Group!) 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).

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