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Hacktoberfest Zurich 2018
In the spirit of open source and Hacktoberfest we come together to work on open source software, to give back to the community. This is all about encouraging meaningful contributions to the open source ecosystem, for beginners and veterans alike. We will organize a place to work with internet access, and provide guidance to help you contribute to open source. # Agenda The event starts between 17:30-18:30, the rest of the agenda will be announced soon. # Location Impact Hub Colab, Loft Corner, 4th floor Sihlquai[masked] Zürich # Rules To get a shirt, you must make five pull requests (PRs) between October 1–31 in any timezone. PRs can be to any public repo on GitHub, not just the ones highlighted. The PR must contain commits you made yourself. PRs reported by maintainers as spam or that are automated will be marked as invalid and won't count towards the shirt. This year, the first 50,000 of you can earn a T-shirt (compared with 30,000 in 2017). # Values Hacktoberfest guiding values: * Everyone is welcome * Quantity is fun, quality is key * Short term actions, long term impact # What to Bring You need to bring your own laptop. # Other You can start hacking before the event, and continue hacking after the event. And if you cannot make the event, we still encourage you to participate in the global Hacktoberfest: https://hacktoberfest.digitalocean.com/ Please read our Events Code of Conduct (http://do.co/hacktoberconduct) before attending. Happy hacking!

Impact Hub Colab - Loft Corner, 4th floor

Sihlquai 131 · Zürich

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This is a group for anyone interested in TypeScript, anyone switching from JavaScript to TypeScript, or for people who would like to create better software using TypeScript. We will discuss common problems which occur in practice, solve them together and promote the exchange between developers, spreading the knowledge. Finally, we would like to find out what we feel needs to change. From this, we would like to improve the tools and documentation, and even collaborate with Microsoft directly to enhance the language itself.

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