San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
What is Hacksgiving?
Hacksgiving is all-weekend gathering of passionate geeks, hackers, makers, and thinkers working on building something cool to help the community. We come together to feast and hack. Hacksgiving.org is about knowledge sharing, technology exploration, and ad-hoc collaboration. Come to have fun, build things, learn things, and meet new people.
Who's Hacksgiving for?
We are a bunch of designers, developers, business devs, hackers, coders, entrepreneurs, and anyone who wants to give back to the community. We aim to bring creative people together for one super-productive and fun weekend. You can bring a team or find one. You can bring an idea or invent one. And at the end of the weekend -- whether you've got working code, page mockups, or just an elevator pitch -- you'll share your work with a group of people who have a common goal and purpose and that's to help the community.
What should I bring?
We'll have wifi, drinks, red bull, coffee and food. However, you're welcome to bring whatever you like for the event. Once your team is form you can leave or stop by anytime during the weekend. You're also welcome to crash at the house so bring a pillow, blanket, sleeping bag, snacks, monitor, power code, towel, toothbrush, swimming trunks (there'll be a swimming pool and volleyball court in the backyard), change of clothes, whatever you think you'll need for the weekend,
Friday, Nov. 8th
7:00pm - introductions, mingling, food and drinks
9:00pm - break into teams and start projects
Saturday, Nov. 9th
8:00am: break for breakfast
12:00pm: break for lunch (BBQ), swimming, volleyball, games, have fun!
6:00pm - break for dinner
9:00pm - presentations begin, 5 minutes each
10:00pm - drinks, mingling, heated swimming pool, jacuzzi, or continue coding
Thursday, Nov. 21st 6:30pm-9:30pm Hacksgiving Demos & Potluck at PeopleSpace
There will be limited spots available so register early!
Terms of Participation Agreement: It is our job to provide you with an incredible networking and learning opportunity. Our intention is that you meet some amazing people that you might actually work with in the future, build relationships with fellow programmers, designers, hackers, coaches, and learn from your peers. The event is intended to be a collaborative forum for sharing, learning, building, and having fun. As such, by registering as a participant, you acknowledge that any ideas shared by you or anyone else over the course of the event are contributions to the overall experience and community. If you as a participant are worried about someone stealing your ideas, concept, or code, please reconsider your participation in the event itself or simply refrain from sharing specifics about your idea or code.
As a member of your hack community, you agree to to be inclusive of any and all people and their ideas. You agree to act professionally, treat everyone with respect, and treat the event facilities with proper care. You agree that you are responsible for any accidents or damages that you cause. You also agree to not hold House of Devs, PitchChat, your local volunteer team, or any of the event supporters liable for any loss, damage, injury, or any other unforeseeable incident.
When & Where
Hack for Social Good!