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Latest revision as of 13:00, 17 May 2014

Date 2014-05-17
Time 12:00-18:00
Location BH 4760

Hack Day is a hackathon-inspired event, but without any of the rules! Bring your own project to work on, show other people what you've done, ask for help, and collaborate with other people. Hack day is all about collaborating rather than competing. Everybody wins!

There will also be a keysigning party at the event (at the beginning), so please RSVP if you want to exchange PGP keys.

Groups[edit]

You don't need to register or fill out any form, but feel free to use the table below form groups (click Edit at the top of the page):

project description participants
build a binary clock using LEDs, ICs, and quartz (notes) Troy, Danny
learning Perl and/or working on distro iso url retrieval script Sam (arriving late)

Food[edit]

Potluck! Coffee, muffins, and bagels will also be provided.

If you are cooking something, please add to the list below:

  • something (not not dessert) -andy
  • something else (not dessert) -troy