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Author Topic: Good chance to promote your Bitcoin projects in Silicon Valley - Veterans Hack  (Read 898 times)
Jered Kenna (TradeHill)
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March 10, 2012, 12:10:54 AM
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Edit: withdrawals etc are coming on TradeHill, working through the backlog, that still gets 99% of my time.

If anyone is interested I'm helping to organize a hack-a-thon over the weekend of the 24th and 25th.
It's going to be at Adobe's building in downtown San Francisco. We've got Craig Newmark (Craigs List), the Mayor Ed Lee and Steve Blank on board.
It's not expensive, you'll be fed and we'll probably have free beer from my friend's brewery.

The event is designed to bring more military veterans in to the tech scene. If you're a vet then great, if you're not then you're still welcome.
We're looking for biz dev, designers, coders and anyone else with an interest. This would be a great opportunity to promote your Bitcoin projects or anything else you're interested in.
I'll be around for the entire event and happy to speak with anyone as well. There will be a lot of big names watching this and I'd love to see something Bitcoin related really take the spotlight.

I'm posting this on my blog at jeredkenna.com and I'll be tweeting from @jeredkenna with updates.

Please spread the word and let anyone know who you think might be interested.

-Jered

Additional information below:


JOIN US!!!!
Calling  all techies, hackers, coders, top notch tech business peeps come join a  true "A" team and launch a company over the weekend - join returning  military veterans of Iraq & Afghanistan service AND the tech  community in the SF Bay Area!

The Startup Veteran’s Weekend/Hackathon – Join TechCentralSF, Co-Chair Craig Newmark, and Mayor Ed Lee! Keynote Speaker - Steve Blank - author of Four Steps to the Epiphany and The Startup Owners Manual
Our Objective:  to support our returning bay area veterans - thru education,  re-integration, and by connecting to the tech ecosystem in SF Bay Area!

In  this two-day event the tech community in SF will come together to  support our returning Iraq/Afghan veterans. Teams of approximately 5-10  people will be formed with a variety of skills -the vets can have the  idea, help with business plan, marketing or just sit in to  audit/participate for educational purposes – vet coding skills are NOT  required - however developers from the tech community are encouraged to  attend!

Tickets are available at: http://www.eventbrite.com/event/3003598845

Additional information can be found at www.techcentralsf.com/startup-veterans - stay tuned for updates!

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