Hacker Dojo 3.0 — The Rising of a New Generation
Hacker Dojo re-opens in a new location and a new perspective on co-working life.
Santa Clara, CA — October 24, 2016 — Hacker Dojo, the original hackerspace of the Silicon Valley has a new location and a new lease on life and opens its doors to the public on 11/11. The nonprofit is now in it’s third iteration, space and led by some new faces looking to bring a fresh perspective to the tech community, the new future of the dojo is rightly considered “Hacker Dojo 3.0”.
Having been home to countless successful startups launching such as Pinterest, Pebble, Dishcrawl, Yourmechanic, Genee, and more, it’s no wonder the dojo continues to exist after 7 years of providing comfort to young bootstrapped companies.
“It’s different at the dojo. It’s like your home, a community rather than a space and a desk you go into every day.” says Ed Choudhry, one of the Dojo’s newest board members and co-founder of Product Blast.
One of the unique characteristics of the Dojo is that there is a strong community of makers and equipped for more circuitry loving hobbyists with a new laser cutter, 3d printers, an electronics space, and machine tools.
With partners new and old such as Hackers and Founders, Hack Reactor, Hack The Future, Toyota, and Intel, IBM to name a few, Hacker Dojo celebrates with a grand opening party, inviting the valley to visit the space and see what the buzz is all about.
“We try to allow creative space for our members with an open floor plan ripe for collaboration. Our price point reflects the desire to make Hacker Dojo available and affordable to everyone.” says Jun Wong, newly appointed Executive Director of the Dojo.
You can RSVP for the grand opening scheduled for Friday 11/11 here.
About Hacker Dojo
Hacker Dojo is the original hackerspace of the Silicon Valley. Founded in 2009 by David Weekly and a small group of friends, the Dojo has served as home to many successful startups and makers alike.
At memberships starting at $125/month. The Dojo is an affordable coworking space centrally located at 3350 Thomas Road in Santa Clara. Join Hacker Dojo for events every day such as the Deep Learning Study Group, Bay Area FreeBSD ( BAFUG ), Laptop Music Production Workshop, SV Robotics, and the IOS dev meetup.