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SuperHappyDevHouse 36


When: January 16th, 2010, 1pm to 1am

Where: Microsoft's Silicon Valley Campus, Building 1 @ 1065 La Avenida St, Mountain View, CA 94043

RSVP: Facebook or Upcoming


Looking for work?

We've got just the thing for you!

The Hacker Dojo is running a job fair in the morning on the same day as SHDH 36!

Check it out: https://hackerdojo.pbworks.com/Hacker-Dojo-Job-Fair


Who's going to be here and why?

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


  • Mike Dahn - chaordic design
  • Drew Perttula - personal info browsers with RDF, wesabe.com, email, locations, etc
  • Enric Teller - javascript front end to blog.
  • Shirley Lin - photographer and working on my social game project YoXi123
  • Curtis Chambers - hacking on Expensify
  • Philip Stehlik - hacking on getFooter
  • Gilles de Bordeaux - Robotics Studio, or Visual Studio/C#, or learning Python
  • Joe Mathes - REVnetics
  • Ian Kallen - free lance hackery
  • Chad Etzel - iphone app or startupy stuff
  • Kenny Spade - XNA development for the Xbox, Windows, Web, and Zune
  • Ben McGraw - Using CakePHP to fix up an old games community website
  • Van Riper - Global Ignite Week Google Map, Global Ignite Week Bing Map, and playing with twitter geotagging APIs
  • Otavio Good - Pattern recognition with neural nets, flash games, pixel shaders and C# integration, maybe CUDA, machine translation
  • Dean Quinanola - Django stuff and playing with jquery tools. I'd like to meet someone who has worked on Titanium Developer kit (appcelerator)
  • David Reid
  • Nat Welch - ML, PHP, Python, Ruby... http://github.com/icco
  • Andrea Longo - Craft room stuffs
  • Phil Crosby - Vimium
  • Daniel Zapata
  • Alena - visualization, graph algorithms, machine learning for social apps + some bioinfo apps
  • Brad Miller - researching available tools for genomics/informatics.  understanding requirements.  chatting with folks about the space.  
  • Sam Hahn - getting more familiar w/ clojure, possibly talk about Program For The Future
  • Nima Dilmaghani - playing with food @ YumDom
  • James McBryan - Drupal Greatness @ Twomile
  • Dave Lemphers - Getting Grails and Play to work in Windows Azure
  • Reid Burke - NodeJS. Making a better clarity. Or, porting libambx to make javascripted light shows if a C++ hacker can help with a libusb addon.
  • Joseph - Working on using SL4 and Blend 3; developing Expander/Accordian control for viewing PhotoSynths
  • Chirag Shah - Helping with CrisisCamp Haiti
  • Lee Felsensrtein - looking for help in using Actel's Libero 8.6 FPGA compiler. Always willing to advise on hardware design, product development, and machine language coding
  • Francois Barbanson - coding a small utility maybe some phylogeny, or DOM manipulation stuff 
  • Chris Agerton - Building a driver board for my newest 405nm laser; trying to get some SPI DACs to work. Possibly some web stuff for my startup...
  • Rachel M. Murray - Here for Crisis Camp and looking forward to it.
  • Jeff Schwartz
  • Victor Gaudioso - I will be developing sample applications using Silverlight 4 Beta.  If you want to learn about the new features make sure and fine me (Twitter: victorgaudioso Blog: www.victorgaudioso.wordpress.com)
  • Christina Ku - Social media, online marketing for demographic, ecommerce for European market, twitter and ecommerce, twitter and beauty -MyShimmer.com!
  • Ryan Stark - Interested in CrisisCamp and maybe some python.
  • Ben Curren - Hacking on outright.com and designing an external hardware device for an iPhone. I'll be looking for some hardware engineers to discuss the coprocessor design. Need some help if someone is interested. (I have the specs as I'm part of the made for ipod program)
  • Lisa Brewster - will be working on a little something fun for SpaceUp, helping with CrisisCamp where I can, and I can answer questions about webOS development (I'll have books to give away...come find me!)
  • Prakash J - playing with Arduino. Bringing a friend. Hope to meet fellow Arduino enthusiast.
  • Seth Kingsley ā€” Find me if you want help with iPhone/Cocoa/Audio/"Freenix"/OpenGL etc.
  • Jeanine Swatton - I do web development, IPhone application development as well as C++ application development. jswatton@gmail.com
  • Marie Huynh - Working on a Firefox extension that logs Wikipedia usage and graphs related topics; mariehuynh@cryptocereus.com
  • Austin Hendrix - Embedded systems in VHDL; maybe a project in PHP later.
  • Eugene Oho - http://wrink.ly ā€“ just registered the domain, so it's probably not resolving yet.  It's my attempt to get web developers (and other engineery people) to blog more.


Who's -not- going to be here and why?



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


Yury Lifshits: I can give a ride from/to San Francisco. Email me at yury@yury.name or call 626 354 3675

If interested in carpooling from the East Bay, send me a note at nimadi at gmail or call 310-488-6053


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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