An aggressively unstructured, tech agnostic, soirée

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Tuesday Hack Night is Boulder's premier weekly gathering for programmers, designers, hardware hackers, and other technically minded folks. It's an aggressively unstructured way to hack amongst peers, converse about the vagaries of this or that methodology of developmental arts, or simply to partake of delicious libations in delightful company.

There's no agenda, no presentations, no requirements, and hackers and the hacker-curious of all levels are welcome to attend.

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Our soirée happens every week, on Tuesday, at 7pm! We currently meet at License No. 1, located at 2115 13th St, Boulder, CO 80302.

You can find us by looking for our friendly Hack Knight mascot pictured above.

There are occasional special events and sponsored hack nights. If you'd like to ensure your punctual notification of such occasions, please join the meetup or register for carrier pigeon message service so that we might send you telegrams.

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Naught but merriment, hacking, and chatter from 20-40 of your favorite kind of people, milling about between some handy desks, a comfortable sofa, and the libation-purveying establishment.

You should feel welcome to come, sit down, and hack quietly amongst peers, or just as welcome to come, sit down, and argue about type systems.

Some of our most frequent members had a great experience when they first arrived with a question to ask: "What kind of database should I use for this project?", or "Why should I care about type systems?", or "I hear about this Ruby on Rails thing: how's it better than PHP?" These questions, and many more, can be answered for you by many of our attendees, often vigorously.

If you're shy, one of our fine greeters will be happy to introduce you to like-minded wizards of analytical enginery, or non-like minded, for the more pugnacious of you. Just walk up to one of these fine people and say hello!

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Jacqui Nelson, your resident founder.

Ben Lavender, also a nice person.

Ryan Haig, eager for an internship.