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SuperHappyDevHouse 27


When: October 4th 2008, 2pm-11pm

Where: Google San Francisco, 345 Spear St

RSVP: Facebook or Upcoming


Who's going to be here and why?

Add your name to the list and make yourself a page about what you are working on,


  • Tito Jankowski - DNA Hacker, DIYbio California
  • Eric Wan - Working on Ledova - a community of job reviews.
  • Joel Franusic -
  • Tom Harrison -
  • David Weekly -
  • Robert Auger -
  • Jeff Lindsay -
  • Daniel Brusilovsky - Teens in Tech - www.teensintech.com
  • Mike Lundy - Hacking on the Vision Workbench
  • BrianJohnson - Will be there only until 7:30 pm
  • SeanHead - finally back after a long absence
  • MeredithLPatterson - DIYbio Northern California: come for the microbes, stay for the yogurt!
  • Johnny Deim - Will be working on OneStartup| and social networking manually if the battery on my laptop dies!
  • Neil Drumm - Drupal
  • Scott Thorpe - Playing around with Google Social Graph and working on Getting Popular
  • JaredSohn- Creating a SearchMonkey custom data service to show "relevant" Myspace metadata in search results
  • Loki - Rails, XP, computing utilities
  • Krishna Sankar - Erlang,paxos, Chord and clouds ! (No samosas this time ;o()
    • I just wanted to say that I love your samosas, they make me happy when you bring them!
    • <ks> Sorry. I will definitely try for next SHDH </ks>
  • Ryan Lackey -- mobile social game (focusing on Android)
  • Colleen - Android application
  • Seth Kingsley -
  • Andy Smith - omg i work here
  • Windsor Schmidt
  • David Reid - Erlang, CouchDB, MochiWeb.
  • Adam Glickman -
  • Ernest Delgado - Probably something with Canvas
  • Harald Rudell - pop by trying to fix that Google plugin that duplicates contacts
  • Sanjeev Verma - looking for people who know google docs api and how to embed it in web applications
  • J.D. Zamfirescu -
  • Mark Willey - Learning more Haskell and Boost. OLPC XO or Android if like minds attend.
  • DavidBryson - Hacking on git, reading about digital cash, Anybody else interested in a Key-Signing party at SHDH ?
  • monki(WesleyBeary) - Working on my demo/presentation about CouchDB/multiple repositories with DataMapper/Merb for MerbCamp.
  • Charles Merriam - Collecting little Python tidbits and puzzles from people, Write your favorite teaser or cool snippet. May write a book.
  • Nolan Ehrstrom - Doing something or other with PHP
  • Otavio Good - Trying to program iphone. Objective C is awful. :( Working on computer vision stuff.
  • Nate Lawson - developing firmware for Commodore 64 USB floppy interface
  • Trevor Johns - I work for Google. (Specifically, I work on the Google APIs.) I'll be working on Zend Framework when I'm not chauffeuring people up and down the elevators.
  • Keith Woody - rails, webcomics, customizing a branch of enkiblog
  • Dan Morrill - working on an Android + Google AppEngine app for an upcoming conference
  • Devin Mullins - something haskelly, fo sho; leaving early for what's sure to be a kick-ass concert
  • Andrea Longo - more iPhone? Now with no F'N NDA!
  • Steve \" 'dillo\" Okay - Robots, maybe Android? Android interfacing with robots? Pondering a new blog...
  • Jon - iphone, ruby, etc
  • Erez
  • Bill Pollock - No Starch Press editor. Looking for a few good authors.
  • Kipling Inscore - One or more of: Sony Reader, OLPC/XO, Google Android
  • Emmett Shear - Working on turning some of our rails code into a plugin (image sprites ftw!)
  • Brian Klug - going to make something cool using the PBwiki API
  • Eric Florenzano - Probably working on django-things or Pinax or django-threadedcomments.
  • JamesHofmann -
  • Jeff Scudder - A note taking app for AppEngine, or maybe an HTTP library in Python, or maybe a C library for Google Data APIs.
  • Michael McDonald - hacking on Animist Notes and upcoming Animist services
  • Jesse Hattabaugh - Porting my lifestreaming app from AppJet to Django, possibly Google App Engine. (My first Django/Python app! Help needed.)
  • Jeff Trull - data structures for storing and searching rectilinear 2D shapes. STL+Boost. Be gentle, it's my first time.
  • Jeff Ferber - coding one of my side-projects, dorka dorka (humor site, about half-finished); showing folks plurchase (e-commerce engine. maybe someone wants to help?); poking around for part-time consulting gigs
  • Barce - coding a sideproject noobwatcher, which is like cerberus but will have a ruby cocoa front-end.
  • Robert - Finishing a site that extends Twitter
  • Jed Schmidt - polishing up typd.in (web-based Japanese IME), coding textpanda (web-based text macro engine)
  • Jay Baird - writing some high performance Erlang
  • Bob Whiteman - learning Android
  • Aaron Draczynski - working with Django... and maybe Android?
  • Adrian Chadd - Squid-2/Cacheboy IPv6 core support; some more modularisation work
  • DrewPerttula - yet another image tagging app, or a GUI for doing darcs checkins
  • Craig Latta - controlling Ableton Live with flying faders and other control surface stuff
  • Stephen Vogel - ruby, GIS
  • PJ Gupta - building a zero cost online payment system www.noca.com


More SHDH Info

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Public Transportation:

Those interested in taking public transportation have a couple options to Google's San Francisco location:


  • MUNI - Take the KT or N line and get off on Embarcadero & Folsom St station.
  • Caltrain - Get off at 4th and King and take MUNI (KT or N line Outbound) to Embarcadero & Folsom St station
  • BART - Get off at Embarcadero station and take the KT or N line (Inbound) to Embarcadero & Folsom St station


Distance from Embarcadero & Folsom St station to Google is approximately 2 blocks (5 minute walk).


Plan your trip using transit.511.org.



Need to setup carpooling or have other issues? List them here.


Hate to drive and hate more to drive alone. Who wants to carpool from the South Bay. Leave from

Bare Foot Coffee or Coffee Society. Go. Come back. -- Charles


Carpool: I can take three peeps from Barefoot Coffee (Lawrence&San Tomas). Mail willey@etla.net.



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