We’re having a Hackathon at our new offices in San Francisco, on Wednesday, October 6. We’re going to have lots of pizza and beer, and lots of outlets and free wifi. The idea is to actually do some real web services hacking that night after talking about it all day at the looks-to-be-great Web 2.0 conference. If you’re a hacker who knows about our API, or is interested in learning more about coding web services, this is going to be a chance to hang out with our core developers as well as with other leading web services developers, with the goal being to foster great new applications and tools using those APIs. We’re also really interested in sparking further conversation and getting feedback from you so that we can make Technorati more valuable for you. You don’t have to be a Web 2.0 attendee to come to the hackathon – but there’s sure to be lots of attendees there.
OK, the details:
WHEN: Wednesday October 6, 2004, from 8PM – whenever!
WHERE: Technorati Offices (map) at 665 3rd Street, Suite 207, San Francisco, CA 94107 (between Brannan and Townsend Streets)
WE PROVIDE: Free pizza, beer, soft drinks; Fast WiFi, whiteboards, lots of room to hack as a group or individually, experts, help, and advice.
YOU PROVIDE: Creativity, energy, good humor, great ideas, willingness to teach and learn, readiness to hack!