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Hacky Hour, September 25 @ Club Ilia, SFU #33

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ttimbers opened this Issue Jul 25, 2015 · 0 comments

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ttimbers commented Jul 25, 2015

Where: Club Ilia, SFU
When: September 25, 4:30 PM
Who: all are welcome!

Get together with others from the Vancouver research community to talk about programming and data in the lab! Bring your questions, your bugs, your ideas and your colleagues to help each other out & make new friends.

Let us know you're coming: https://etherpad.mozilla.org/VancouverHackyHour

What's a Hacky Hour?

Hacky Hours are informal meetups for members of the research community, started in Australia by our friends at the University of Melbourne. They're a place for those interested in technology and open research to come together, meet one another and share what they're working on.

All are welcome, regardless of field, experience, or affiliation. Bring a friend!

We follow the Mozilla Science Lab Code of Conduct: http://mozillascience.org/code-of-conduct/

@ttimbers ttimbers added the workshop label Jul 25, 2015

@ttimbers ttimbers changed the title from Hacky Hour, August 21 @ Club Ilia, SFU #34 to Hacky Hour, August 21 @ Club Ilia, SFU Jul 25, 2015

@brunogrande brunogrande added social and removed workshop labels Jul 27, 2015

@ttimbers ttimbers closed this Sep 22, 2015

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@ttimbers ttimbers changed the title from Hacky Hour, August 21 @ Club Ilia, SFU to Hacky Hour, September 25 @ Club Ilia, SFU Sep 22, 2015

@ttimbers ttimbers closed this Sep 27, 2015

brunogrande pushed a commit that referenced this issue May 24, 2016

Merge pull request #33 from Blahah/patch-1
Add link and license to code of conduct (see #32)
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