If you keep coming, we’ll keep hosting! Sheetz will once again host the Blair County Little Hack for July. Like before, we won’t have a set agenda or presentations planned, but instead leave it up to what you want to play with or share with the group. If you want to know more about what a ‘little hack’ is, check out what we’ve been doing at the Pittsburgh Little Hack or our previous Blair County Little Hacks.
You made it a success so we’re having it again! Sheetz is happy to host the second Blair County Little Hack in just a few weeks. All of the hosts were blown away with the attendance numbers and awesome collaboration that went on at the first and we’ve just been itching to meet up again. Like the original, we won’t have a set agenda or presentations planned, but instead leave it up to what you want to play with or share with the group.
Now that another year of PCI auditing is behind me, I can finally post about how MASSIVELY SUCCESSFUL you all made the first #BCLittleHack! Brett and I were blown away by not only how many people registered for the event, but showed up with cool ideas and fun things to work on. Almost everyone stayed until the very end when Security had to usher us out the door. I want to thank everyone at Sheetz, VMware, and all of the attendees for helping us get this event off to a great start.
Yep, we’re bringing the awesomeness of the Pittsburgh Little Hack to Blair County! Brett and I have only been to two, but we’ve already seen it payoff in community networking and real world work application. The Pittsburgh guys (and lady!) threatened to make the drive if we ever held one out our way, and we’re taking them up on the offer. Details below. Don’t know what a little hack is? See Carl Capozza’s post about his inspiration and intentions with the concept.