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SuperHappyDevHouse_4.0

Date: November 14/15 2015
Time: 12PM - 10AM

Location: The HUB (128 Prinsep St.)

 

The one, the only caffeine-soaked, pizza-fuelled hackathon SuperHappyDevHouse has made its glorious, glorious return to Singapore's shores.

 

It's been way too long since we've seen a hackathon organised by the tech community, for the tech community, and we knew we just needed to come back to show Singapore's tech scene how it's done.

 

No agendas. No sponsored data sets. The silly little competitions, sales pitches, or a million-to-1 ratio of non-techs to techs.

Just developers, engineers, and designers coming together to do what they do best: building awesome shit.

 

Have an idea you want to work on with devs like-minded? Post it up here, on Facebook, or in our own SHDH Slack channel. 

Want to listen to lightning-fast amazing workshops on building with ROR, mapping October UI / UX, or hacking with Arduino? We got Singapore's best coming.

Hoping to plug in to the greater tech community at large? Well, we're only working in collaboration with DevFest.asia, SEA's largest web-dev festival. 

Looking to be wined and dined with the finest coffee, Redbull, snacks, and pizza Singapore has to offer? Oh, and it's free, along with admission.

 

SuperHappyDevHouse is meant to be is an amazing hackathon filling with amazing people, incredible creativity and passion, and lots and lots and lots of caffeine.

 

Join us, and be part of the biggest, baddest, community of developers, engineers, and designers in Southeast Asia: SUPERHAPPYDEVHOUSE.

 

SHDH_4.0 SPONSORS (and let us know if you're interested!):

 

 

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THE GUYS BRINGING YOU THE SPACE & INTERNET: 

 

 

 

 

 

THE GUYS BRINGING YOU THE FOOD: 

 

 

 

 

THE GUYS BRINGING YOU THE COFFEE:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

OVERVIEW

 

Listen up, hackers! SuperHappyDevHouse_4.0 is coming back to Singapore! The last three were wildly successful. And by that, I mean that people hacked up brilliant code, binged on pizza and mee goren, drank tiger beer, and kicked ass generally. The all-day, all-night hackathon is FREE TO ATTEND, and we can think of no other way to bring the creme de la creme of SE Asian talent hacking into one (preferably big and air-conditioned) venue. This event is done BY the tech community, FOR the tech community. Just imagine it the one giant, warm, techy hug from us to you. Why? Because you're awesome, that's why.

 

Be proud! You're part of one of the fastest-growing, dynamic tech startup communities in the world. SHDH is an all-day and all-night hackfest and party that combines serious and not-so-serious productivity with a fun and exciting party atmosphere. There's beer, food, fun projects, lightning talks and many more! Originally started in Silicon Valley in 2005.

 

And please (We're going to keep on bugging you):

 

More Information:

 

Previous SHDH.SG # 2 Links:

 

Previous SHDH.SG # 1 Links:

 

 

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Comments (5)

Senthil said

at 6:27 pm on Apr 27, 2011

Editing does not seem to work from chrome on Linux. Pbwiki ??

Vinnie Lauria said

at 10:25 am on May 1, 2011

possibly a pbwiki issue with chrome on linux, i'm using chrome on mac osx and it's working fine for me. Can you try a different browser? sorry.

Senthil said

at 9:16 am on May 11, 2011

Yeah, pbwiki issue. Gives some other problem on Firefox on Linux. BTW, after logging in, it redirects to my profile, instead of this page. I am sure that pbwiki is surviving due to their marketing only, technically they seem no good.

eMBee said

at 11:31 am on May 15, 2011

editing does work, but i had to join the workspace first, and that hint is not easy to see when you click on edit.
talk to me if you are interested in building a better version of this...

Admin said

at 12:24 pm on Apr 22, 2014

But anyway pbwiki is great.
I create my pbwiki like http://hantuseo.pbworks.com/

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