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SuperHappyDevHouse 32


When: April 25, 2009, 1pm–11pm

Where: 1281 30th Street, Oakland (well, Emeryville), CA.

RSVP: Facebook or Upcoming


Who's going to be here and why?

Add your name and what you think you might work on to the list

  • Al Abut - demoing 14gears and the attempt to solve communication overload!
  • Ian Kallen - evil plans and great ideas
  • Joel Franusic -
  • David Weekly -
  • Tom Harrison -
  • Jeff Lindsay -
  • Mike Lundy -
  • Timothy Fitz -
  • Jessica Mah - enjoying good company :)
  • Ryan Stark -
  • Devin Mullins - xmonadery (catching up, UrgencyHook stuff, perhaps refactoring event handling in core) and generally being suave
  • Brian Johnson - working on twitterFS fuse module
  • R. Adrián Lamo | Seemed like a good idea at the time. (e) (t)
  • John Devor
  • Paul Boehm -
  • Ben Newhouse - probably pritta
  • Ian F
  • Drew Perttula - twitter + tipjoy app
  • Jorge Mare (aka Koki) - work on the Haiku website
  • Wesley Beary
  • Mark Christian - being socially antisocial
  • Barce - a poem generator
  • Philip Stehlik - The next big thing in enterprise data exchange infrastructure
  • Hitesh Parashar - 1. Curious (my first SHDH) and 2. Enjoy good company 3. Hacking Google App Engine Java + Facebook Connect/OpenID.
  • Eric Park - bit twiddling, android, iphone, django
  • Colleen Kelly - Hardware hackers are people too.
  • Jeffrey Carl Faden - razorblade piñatas
  • David Kelso - twitter apps in rails + the usual iphone hacking - say hi if you're doing similar things! freenode irc: zaius, email: david at kelso dot id dot au
  • Ben Sittler - hoping to do some browser hacking
  • Joshua McKenty - Space hacking with the NASA crew, browser hacking with Ben(?), anotherjesse, Freddy Mangum and yosh
  • Clint Rogers - errr, maybe finishing my space shooter, maybe banging out a prototype of another space shooter idea I had, possibly some culinary hacking, too (may or may not involve spiciness).
  • DavidMontgomery - playing with django, writing to-do list app
  • Steve " 'dillo" Okay BeagleBoard, Robots, and Arduino...okay, so maybe I AM turning into a hardware guy...
  • Cassio Paes-Leme - Mapping metadata application to create classes of objects corresponding to real-world places and items with customizable key-value pairs for targeted searches.  Basically a search engine / e-commerce site for the physical world. Send me an e-mail if you're interested in have data or advice, or if you have an interest in working on such a project.
  • Scott Edmonds - Lightning Talks of course.
  • Christine Hodges - Firefox extension
  • Curtis Chambers - P2P stuff, a few NPO websites and secret side projects
  • Danny Neil - Cocoa graphing library, enjoying meeting new people
  • David Barrett - Expense reports that don't suck! (Expensify)



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Public Transportation:

This location is served by BART and AC Transit. If you're thinking about taking public transportation, take BART to West Oakland and then catch the #19 AC Transit bus headed north to North Berkely BART. The ride time on the bus is about 7 minutes. Route Info. Check tripplanner.transit.511.org for more information.


Lightning Talks:

If you would like to tell your fellow hackers about something you think is cool, head over to http://superhappydevhouse.org/LightningTalks to learn more about Lightning Talks and remember to obey Timothy.


Lightning Talk Schedule (this will be maintained by Timothy)


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