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Saturday, April 27 2013

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Alameda County Apps Challenge
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Open Source Hardware Documentation Jam
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April

  • Think of a weekend long Linux Users Group meeting with hundreds of other geeks, which also just happens to have nationally acclaimed guests, its own wireless network, hotel room parties, lots of folks talking about Science Fiction and Fantasy, a place to buy cool t-shirts and buttons and such, amateur singing, anime, a costume contest, and free caffeine and snacks always available in the Consuite.

    04/26/2013 - 04/28/2013
    Pontiac, MI
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  • Join us on this 3-day co-design jam to improve Open Source Hardware documentation practices and facilitate collaborative innovation.
    Create and contribute to one of the several parallel projects that will be prototyped. Software expert? Designer? Hardware hacker? We can use you help and passion!

    04/26/2013 - 04/28/2013
    New York, New York
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  • LinuxFest Northwest is entering its 14th year! 2012 was our most successful event yet, with around 1200 attendees over the weekend. And 2013 will be undoubtably our biggest change yet. We'll have a new building, larger Exhibit Hall, and bigger presentation rooms! Look at our history, or visit the 2012 archive site for more details about last year. LinuxFest Northwest is a grassroots, free and inexpensive event, that is organized by people just like you. If you're interested in helping out at LinuxFest Northwest, contact us! We have many volunteer opportunities available.

    04/27/2013 - 04/28/2013
    Bellingham, WA
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  • The Alameda County Apps Challenge is expected to bring together more than 150 software developers, community members, activists and entrepreneurs for a full day of coding using data sets from Alameda County, California. The end result will be the creation of web and/or mobile applications that benefit Alameda County residents, businesses and visitors. This is the second in a series of Apps Challenges or hackathons that are part of the County‚Äôs Data Sharing Initiative to make government more transparent and accessible through technology and innovation. Cash prizes up to $3000 will be awarded for First, Second and Third Prize.

    04/27/2013
    Berkeley, CA, USA
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