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AngelHack Field Trip to Google!
Friday, March 15, 2013 from 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM (PDT)
Mountain View, CA
You do not have to ride the bus to attend. You can meet us at Google at 2:30pm.
If you do want to ride the bus you must have your name on this list: HERE
If your name is not on that list, you are not guaranteed a seat.
Google is hosting a Startup Field Trip for Angelhack!
The Startup Field Trips are a great opportunity for startups to meet with Googlers and other startups, and learn about Google Developer Technologies. The agenda will include an hour of technical lightning talks, followed by breakout sessions with the speakers. This is an invitation-only event, so please do not spread the word.
Spaces are limited, you must register to attend.
Where: 468 Ellis St., Mountain View, CA 94043 by
When: 2:45pm on Friday, March 15th to get badged in.
Hosts will meet you at the building entrance.
You'll receive $1,000 AppEngine credit just for joining us! Why?Because we love you and want you to be happy.
Here's what we have planned for you:
1:30pm - Busses leave from San Francisco
- Pick up address: San Francisco Caltrain Staion (4th and Townsend)
2:45pm - Pick up guest badge and go to event room
3:00pm - Lightning Tech Talks (Topics may include: YouTube API, Maps API, App Engine, Android / Play Store, Google Drive, Google+, Chrome, Dart, Commerce, Google TV, Adwords)
4:00pm - Break / Snacks
4:10pm - Breakout sessions with speakers
5:00pm - Self-guided tour of campus (maps will be provided) / Busses head back to SF
When & Where
AngelHack organizes hackathon competitions for web developers and entrepreneurs, called AngelHacks, where they can learn developer tools, meet new friends, and receive funding and mentorship for their startup ideas. In 2013, AngelHack will organize 100 hackathons, bringing together 10,000+ developers in 50+ cities. Winners from every city are put through the AngelHack Accelerator Program, where we mentor them for 12 weeks before bringing them out to Silicon Valley to raise investment and introduce them to incubators.
Previous winners have gone on to attend Y-Combinator, AngelPad, TechStars, 500 Startups, and incubators around the world.