Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Phreaknic 14

I'll be spending this weekend in Nashville at Phreaknic 14. I went to Phreaknic last year, and loved the experience. That was not only my first time at Phreaknic, but my first time at a hacker con.

Phreaknic is a "conference for the curious mind" as this year's flyer says. The conference features speakers from all over who talk on everything from roasting coffee beans to building a home nuclear reactor to penetration testing and many other interesting things.

If anyone is going to be in the Nashville area this weekend, you should stop by and check out the conference.

From the website:
PhreakNIC is an annual convention held in Nashville, TN. Originally started as a "hacker convention," it has since grown to include all things of interest to the technology minded individual, such as sci-fi/fantasy, gaming, anime and other areas of tech culture. PhreakNIC is organized by the Nashville 2600 Organization and the Nashville Linux Users Group. There are technical presentations, cultural exhibits and panels, as well as plenty of socializing. 

You can find out more about Phreaknic at the conference website.

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