We’ll depart Saturday, April 11th at 2pm, with an ETA into Portland at 5:50pm.
1:40pm Arrive at train station in Seattle to join group for boarding. **
2:00pm Departing Seattle King Street Station (i.e. you better be on the train)
2:10pm We’ll be seated and get setup for…
2:15pm We’ll break into teams of ~4 or so people (or however many of us there are we’ll break out to a reasonable size groups).
2:17pm I’ll announce hacking goals and ideas for the teams and we’ll launch into coding. More information will be announced soon, but suffice it to say we’ll be planning a hack around geo and logistics based solutions! The solutions hacking begins!
– – – much hacking and enjoying of the trip occurs here! 🙂 – – –
5:00pm We announce who’s completed what and we’ll demo and discuss the app awesomeness of what we’ve managed to come up with.
5:50pm or before we arrive in Portland and the fringe fun shall begin.
I’ll have more information posted here along with some other ideas about what the hackfest will include, so stay tuned and also be sure to follow @dotnetfringe, and check out all the speakers to start figuring out your plans!
This week, along with the normal duties of getting everything from SSL working to code slung for account management to intellectual property (what is that exactly 😮 )… this week is going to get hella busy. Here’s a few of the public events and training that I’ll be attending this week along with the normal bike n’ hacking n’ gettin’ shit done.
James Montemagno @JamesMontemagno from Xamarin is coming to learn us the deets on how to create common core code that can run on any or all common platforms. Find out the differences between shared code project, portable class libraries, and simple file linking to share more code on iOS, Android, and Windows. This should be pretty kick ass to help kick OrchestrateExecutive off the ground. There’s a little more info here for the event: http://www.padnug.org/.
Database Stuff that aint RDBMS on 7/10/14 @
I’ll @adron be presenting on database types, what’s available out there outside of the relational and RDBMS world. How to resolve various problems with alternate data solutions for better results, better performance and ways to leap around the hurdles that are sometimes faced with RDBMS use. More info here: http://www.meetup.com/ssdevelopers/events/176032122/
Kelly White @mckhendry has put together a hands-on-lab and hackathon, just a few days later hosting a hand-on-lab working with Xamarin to build apps. I’m going to hit up this event too (then go ride a 100+ kilometer bike ride, anybody up for the ride, ping me?) and sling some code on OrchestrateExecutive. Also a little more info here for the event: http://www.padnug.org/.
There’s more, but these are the top few meets I’ll be attending over the next two weeks. Happy hacking!
The Geoloqi + CivicApps Hackathon is all wrapped up and it has been great! I got to meet a number of new people and we all literally got a number of things done. The bus app, is practically done, and there are oodles of ideas primed and ready. New SDKs will be coming from the OSS Community for Geoloqi (prospectively including .NET Libs, C++, and even Python!) Needless to say, a LOT of good stuff happened this weekend.
Until next hackathon, cheers to everybody involved, it’s been great hacking!
This Saturday is the Seattle Mobile Hackathon. I’ve been preparing my machine for some mobile hacking of my own. The event looks like it will be a blast, hopefully you’re signed up already, because it’s sold out and down to the waiting list. 🙂