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SuperHappyDevHouse 35


When: Saturday, November 7th, 1pm - 12am

Where: Palantir's new offices @ 151 University Ave, Palo Alto, CA 94301


RSVP: Facebook or Upcoming


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Who's going to be here and why?

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

  • Joel Franusic -
  • David Weekly -
  • Tom Harrison -
  • Jeff Lindsay -
  • Mike Lundy -
  • Timothy Fitz -
  • Cassio Paes-Leme - working on inscryb.com, building text-based metadata for tagging everyday objects.
  • Curtis Chambers - Working on usability improvements to Expensify
  • Philip Stehlik - Connecting SAP with Groovy/Grails
  • Laura Rubin - textile hacking/crafts
  • Andrea Longo - I'm bringing my craft stuff!!! Probably working on a quilt
  • Alison Chaiken -
  • John Markos O'Neill -
  • Daniel Brusilovsky - Working on some Teens in Tech Networks code, and TechCrunch
  • Spencer Schoeben - Meeting with Daniel and doing whatever else looks fun
  • Randall Potter - Happstack
  • Scott McCreary - Probably doing some porting to Haiku again, anyone working on a game using the SDL libs?  Stop by and we can try to get it working on Haiku.
  • Jorge Mare - may work a bit on the Haiku website (if I can get my hands on my new laptop by Saturday).
  • Andrey Petrov - hopefully monetizing http://tweepsect.com/
  • Yury Lifshits - working my Semabox project (smart reader for pictures, links and structured data)
  • Bill Lazar - planning next version architecture and app design with my partner in crime
  • Tracy Osborn - Working on various small projects and maybe, just maybe, actually working on my own website.
  • Burt Herman -
  • Chris Agerton
  • Robert Kohr - Working on some web games and apps
  • Dale Cook - First timer(finally). Have a new card game that I would love to test out with this crowd. If no interest then I can lend programming skills.
  • Mike Dahn - Looking to discuss options for expanding Security B-Sides and having events at HackerDojo. Oh, and brushing up on my Perl.
  • Shawnee
  • Dave Briccetti - Working on TalkingPuffin Twitter client, looking for people interested in Scala, recording more video interviews for the Young Programmers Podcast. Giving a lightning talk on reducing noise in Twitter streams using Scala (programming language).
  • Shirley Lin - Cooking up some game ideas and may be the unofficial photographer too.
  • Waleed Abdulla - Solving MySql scaling challenges.
  • Matthew Fong - working on advancescreenings.com and maybe another side project.
  • Otavio Good - physics simulations, graphics, augmented realitarz, arduino to iphone communication?
  • Alex Botero-Lowry - wrking on Emacs port to haiku
  • Ari Gesher - hosting and working LED hacking with Kevin Stewart.  We'll be doing PWM software madness on ATMega chips
  • Megan Arneson - Inquiring MBA Student
  • Nicole Sherwin - Interested discussing open-source culture and engaging with all of you!
  • James Cortese - First-timer interested in open-source solutions to global issues
  • Allen Short - Working on PyMeta and Ecru
  • Christine Hodges - fiddling with couchdb
  • Drew Perttula - pubsubhubbub, palm pre apps, home automation software, a full-screen GUI for all your messages
  • Rowan Nairn - maybe trying to find someone to code a windows client for my atompub/oauth server
  • Walter Koning - coding and imagineering
  • Christian Wright - Interested in discussing games, couchdb and other key/value stores, Xen virtualization.  General commiseration.
  • Ziga Mahkovec - work on bootchart, port online renderer to App Engine
  • Ben Newhouse - trying to push out choreographi.es, a little computer vision on the iphone work, maybe playing with zoie (a realtime lucene distribution)



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There is space for a craft area, bring your projects. I'll have as much interesting fiber stuff as I can carry. - Andrea




Yury Lifshits: I can give a ride from San Francisco. Send me a mail yury@yury.name or call at my cell phone 626 354 3675



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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