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Hack And Tell Kansas City – A Show & Tell For Developers (March 22nd Edition)

Hack And Tell Kansas CityWe’re excited to announce our second Hack & Tell – Kansas City!

Are you a developer? Have you built a tool, hack or cool library?

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’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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Join us for our Second Hack & Tell

7:30a – 8:30a March 22nd @ Cowork Waldo (7449 Broadway, Kansas City MO).. It’s right on the Northeast Corner of 75th and Wornall, just a few doors down from Waldo Pizza!

Space is limited! Come meet other awesome developers & hackers & hear about cool things people have built, reserve your spot today!

Eventbrite - Hack And Tell Kansas City (March 22nd) - Presented by KCITP

Watch Our Collection Of Hack & Tell Kansas City Videos!
Video from our kick off Hack & Tell Kansas City in February!

Interested in presenting? See format guidelines and submission form at the bottom of this page.

Audience

This event is for developers & IT Professionals, no recruiters will be allowed.

Format

5 minutes to show off your hack, and 5 minutes for the audience to ask interesting questions and provide great feedback!

Show us what you’ve got! But, remember, no startup pitches, no work related projects[1], and no deckware!

[1]: Clarification on the “no job projects” rule. We want to promote the projects that people do in their spare time, for fun, or utility, and not the kinds of projects that are only applicable to people who work in your company, or your direct clients. On the other hand, there may be a project that you’ve built primarily at work, that solves a *general* problem that your company has allowed you to release with a libre license–this is usually fine.

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Fill out the form here – if we like your concept, we’ll be in touch!

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  1. Jim Vallandingham

    Great stuff.

    Do you have a post or section with more info about the presenters from last time. Its really difficult to hear much from the recorded video.

    All the projects looked great – really enjoyed the processing + opencv + particle field. What was the name / site of the developer?


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