Boston’s Big Data Hackspace is opening its doors on November 8th and we’re inviting the whole community over to celebrate with us! Join us at our amazing space in the old Kendall Boiler & Tank Building (yes, THAT building) for drinks, eats, music, and awesome peeps.
Join Governor Deval Patrick, Christopher Lynch, Frederic Lalonde and Abby Fichtner at this grand opening. Be amongst the first to walk through our doors and see how hack/reduce will help Boston create the talent and technologies to lead us into a big data-driven future.
Brought to us by our fabulous friends at Silicon Valley Bank - they love big data!
Code Big or Go Home. And… if you want to get your Big Data geek on, the festivities will continue through the weekend with a big data hackathon. Stay tuned for more on that!
hack/reduce is ground zero for Boston's Big Data community; a big data clubhouse that connects developers, data scientists and domain experts across disciplines.
We'll provide a large-scale compute cluster, data sets, hands-on workshops, hackathons and a shared workspace for developing Big Data projects and helping Boston to create the talent and technologies to lead us into a big data-driven future.
hack/reduce is a non-profit 501 c3 established in partnership with the State of Massachusetts and our amazing Founding Sponsors:
Massachusetts Technology Collaborative
Bain Capital Ventures
Bessemer Venture Partners
Charles River Ventures
North Bridge Venture Partners
Foley & Lardner
Attire is casual. Come as you are.
We're a 5 minute walk from the Kendall T stop. Just take 3rd street down 3 blocks to our building on the left in the Kendall Boiler & Tank Building.
There is limited street parking around the building and a garage at 350 Kendall Street, Cambridge, MA.