Update: We’re sold out!
We’ve opened up the first wave of tickets! It’s free to attend, but since we have a capacity of 200, we’ll want to ask about your interest in the event. Please only register if you are able to be hacking at Science Hack Day for both days (Nov 12+13). No drop-ins.
Here’s links to everything you need to know for now:
• What is Science Hack Day anyway? Who is this for? (just to be clear: you don’t need to have experience with hacking or science-related things to attend – just an excitement for experimenting with it!)
• Where, When, Hotels, Tools at the venue
• Hack Ideas, APIs + Datasets (please start adding any rough ideas to these pages ASAP!)
• Updates on Science Hack Day: follow @sciencehackday
We’re also super excited about our confirmed sponsors: Brightworks, Defense Threat Reduction Agency, GitHub, Bay Area Science Festival, Galleria Park Hotel, CartoDB, Mendeley, swissnex san francisco, Public Library of Science, Mozilla WebFWD and Silicon Valley Space Center.
There are of course a lot more details to be announced (pre-Science-Hack-Day-attendee-meetup, competition categories, prizes for best hacks, etc.), so stay tuned! If you have any questions for now, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lastly, I again assembled an amazingly super awesome team of science and technology people who are helping co-organize the event: Arfon Smith, myself – Ariel Waldman, David Harris, Ed Gutman, Eri Gentry, Ian Fung, Jeremy Keith, Jessy Schingler, Kirsten “Dr. Kiki” Sanford, Kishore Hari, Mathias Crawford, Matt Hancher, Matt Wood, Paul Mison and Tantek Çelik.