Hackaday is hosting a meetup in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam on Sunday, March 24th. We’d love to see you there!
Sean Boyce lives in HCMC — you’ve likely enjoyed several of his articles detailing some of the culture, like keeping track of your scooter when parking in busy areas, and squashing myths about the quality of the coffee. In less than two weeks Mike Szczys will be stopping in to visit Sean and this is a great reason to host a Hackaday meetup!
Join Sean and Mike at Trung Nguyên Legend Café from 7-10 pm on Sunday, March 24th for a bring-a-hack style meetup. If you have a hardware project you’ve been working on, come and show it off as an excellent conversation starter. If not, that’s fine too. We’ve also lined up three short talks spanning topics from robotics to analog electronics. Of course if you’re excited about giving a talk, let us know in the comments below and we’ll work on squeezing you in.
Hackaday tries to host live events in all corners of the world, and it’s exciting to add Vietnam to the list. Head on over to the event page for more info, and we look forward to seeing you there! Of course if you happen to be on the other side of the world this coming weekend, there’s a Hackaday Mini-Unconference happening in Cambridge, UK!
4 thoughts on “Hackaday Meetup: Vietnam”
If the government official at the HCMC airport tells you that your travel documents are not in order, it is because you forgot to include a $20 bill among them.
Oh jeez, I hope not. I applied and received a Visa already. That process all seemed on the up and up.
Im a student living in HCMC, and im very dissapointed when heard about 20$ story of Ren (:
Agree. I’ve lived in Vietnam 8 years, and the subject of ‘coffee money’ has literally never come up. I have absolutely zero complaints about the bureaucracy. Without disregarding other people’s experiences, mine has been quite positive.
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