Hackaday London Meet-up this Friday

Hackaday takes over London at the end of this week. Join us on Friday night as we host a meetup at the Marquis Cornwallis, a pub in Bloomsbury.

This is a Bring-a-Hack style meetup, so grab something you’ve been working on to get the conversation flowing as you enjoy food and drink with members of the Hackaday community from the area. Also on hand from the Hackaday Crew will be [Mike Szczys], [Elliot Williams], [Jenny List], [Pedro Umbelino], and [Adil Malik]. We’re consistently delighted by the many and varied projects that show up — we want to meet you and hear about your project no matter how trivial, or involved. We do suggest you bring something handheld though, as tabletop space will be limited.

DesignSpark LogoWe’ve rented the upper floor of the pub and ordered food and fine beverages for all who attend. This is possible thanks to the support of DesignSpark, the exclusive sponsor of the Hackaday UK Unconference.

Tickets for that event have been sold out for ages now, so we’re glad to host a meetup to involve more of the UK Hackaday community. There are still a few left for this Friday Meetup so claim your free ticket now!

12 thoughts on “Hackaday London Meet-up this Friday

  1. I wish I could get there both for this and the Hackaday conference…London is a bit of a trek and certainly not easy to get to on a Friday night in rush hour traffic from the North West!

    1. If we’re going that far, we might as well take it all the way. We’re eventually doing a Portmeirion meetup.

      The Portmeirion meetup will be one in the ‘Hackaday meetups in the middle of nowhere’ series that includes:

      The childhood home of the first gay president (a ton of people showed up)
      The grave site of James T. Kirk (successful, even though it was 125 degrees)
      Spillville, Iowa (haven’t done this yet)
      Napoleon’s house on St. Helena (surprisingly convenient for the UK folks)

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