JetPack offline and a JetHack idea.

May 5, 2011
By Bogomil Shopov
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I will be leading a JetPack session during OpenCamp in Sofia. This will be regular session with slides, code examples and some quick hacks, but I think this approach is some kind of wrong.

JetHack?
I am thinking about something like a Bootcamp or HackCamp where we gather together Java script programmers, Jquery meetupers, CSS and HTML writers, some hackers and some ordinary people and we can start talking and hacking using JetPack – that will be really cool and useful approach – bring your computer NOR your head and let’s start the engine.

Interested? Join “the evil” Facebook group now and let’s polish the idea together.

PcMagazine
Talking about JetPack offline I will be writing a big & fat article in our PC Magazine local edition to start finding a people that can be interested in such hack activities.

Bogomil Shopov

I care about privacy, ethical design, and freedom in many aspects. I spend 20+ years working as a web developer and architect, analyst, manager, and product owner/manager in different environments, several countries, and multiple software industries like Healthcare and Hospitality. I wore many hats, and I use the knowledge gathered to optimize the flow of value across complex systems.

4 Comments

  • Mike

    May 5, 2011 at 3:10 pm

    I was thinking to create a presentation at my university, but maybe a more open approach will be better. Usually students at my class are watching the screen and thinking about something else, but if you give them the opportunity to create something during this session, that can be awesome.

    I don’t like Facebook – can you/we think about another option – mailing list or meetup account?

    Atb. mike

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    • Bogo

      May 5, 2011 at 3:12 pm

      @Mike: Yeah I’d love to move out from FB, any other opinions?

      It’s a good idea to make the do something, but you has to be sure, they have computers in front of them and to talk slowly with a lot of examples.

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  • xilium

    May 5, 2011 at 3:11 pm

    You suck

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    • Bogo

      May 5, 2011 at 3:11 pm

      @xilium: Thanks, mate :)

      Reply

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