San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Hack & Tell Kansas City - Presented by KCITP
...show and tell for developers!
Are you a developer, maker or hacker? Do you want to learn about cool tools, hacks or libraries that other local developers have built?
It's time to get off the Internet and meet other passionate software engineers face to face! We're language and software/hardware agnostic, so it's all fair game.
What's it like to attend a Hack and Tell Kansas City? Watch some of our videos!
Interested in presenting?
You'll get 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, and no deckware!
Fill out the form here & if interested, we'll be in touch.
: 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.
This event is for developers & IT Professionals, no recruiters will be allowed.
When & Where
Kansas City IT Professionals
Open for membership on LinkedIn in July of 2008, KC IT Professionals (KCITP) is a grassroots IT focused community in the Kansas City area. Our organization is over 11,000 members, ranging from top executive level management and below, and encompasses a vast array of technology related skillsets.
Hundreds of corporations, small businesses and startups are represented by our membership.
We aim to build and strengthen the IT community in Kansas City in order to increase collaboration and encourage innovation.
KCITP organizes Kansas City tech events including Hack Midwest, Compute Midwest, Mobile Midwest , Hack & Tell KC and more. Additionally, KCITP created an educational initiative called The Disruption institute to teach how to learn mobile development.