Hacker Lounge track

A session of hacking in the hacker lounge.

Sessions for this track

* Apache Lucene.Net Hackathon

Hackthon for Apache Lucene.Net. Two of the committers for this project, Troy Howard and Chris Currens will be there hacking on some new features for Lucene.Net and will be available to answer any questions you might have or help you with your project that relates to Lucene/Lucene.Net.
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* GeoLoqi demo/hacking

The GIS folk will gather again, this time led by Aaron Parecki & Amber Case of GeoLoqi, to test out & hack upon their GeoLoqi location framework.
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* GIS/Location Smackdown

Folks from the local Portland Open Source GIS user group will be gathering, along with our GIS conference speakers, for their monthly meeting and to compare & play with various Open Source GIS technologies. Perhaps a competition shall ensue? We shall see...
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* Hardware - 8-bit controllers & Txtzyme

Ward Cunningham & Paul Stoffregen will be there to try out 8-bit micro controllers with the Txtzyme hardware language.
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* Hardware - Dorkbot, FPGAs, etc. (A)

The local Dorkbot PDX Hardware community as well as conference speakers Phil Tomson, Thomas Lockney and others will be there to try out FPGAs, and whatever other iron & blinkie lights their wonderfully fiendish minds care to tinker upon.
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* Hardware - Dorkbot, FPGAs, etc. (B)

The local Dorkbot PDX Hardware community as well as conference speakers Phil Tomson, Thomas Lockney and others will be there to try out FPGAs, and whatever other iron & blinkie lights their wonderfully fiendish minds care to tinker upon.
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* LinqToRDF/dotNetRDF Hackathon

Hackthon for Linq To RDF and dotNetRDF. Troy Howard and Eric Sterling will be there trying to resurrect Linq To RDF, help out dotNetRDF and just generally geek out on SPARQL, OWL, RDF, the Semantic Web, and how to work with this stuff in the .NET framework. Bring your questions, opinions, insight, and hacking skills!
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* Transit Appliances Hacking

Chris Smith will be by to show how he uses Javascript, CouchDB and transit service web services APIs to show transit arrivals across several agencies. Scott Garman will also be working on a multi-architecture Linux distro for these devices based on the Yocto Project.
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Proposals for this track

* There is hacking

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Hacker Lounge 2011-06-20 06:48:13 +0000
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