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by Derek Kessler Thu, 26 Jul 2012 7:14 pm EDT

Next week's Enyo Hackathon all filled up

If you were hoping to get yourself out to Sunnyvale, California, for next weekend's Enyo Hackathon at the Palm Campus, well, you waited too long to go through the simple registration process. Don't you feel silly?

As announced today on Twitter, the event's free tickets have all been claimed. Exactly how many tickets that is, HP's not saying, though we imagine it's a good many that will be in attendance on Saturday, August 4th. The all-day event will feature presentations by notable webOS developers like Hal Saville and Ryan Rix, hours of developer hack-a-thon-ing, and of course pizza, prizes, drinks, and the like.

In addition to the public schedule, HP Developer Relations manager Enda McGrath hinted that there might be "some surprises :)" in store for attendees. If you're still interested, but for some reason didn't manage to get around to claiming a ticket for yourself, there's a waiting list available should anybody have to cancel in the next week. Just don't count on it - if the pizza is anything like what Palm brought out for the last developer event on site, nobody's going to want to miss that.

Update: Apparently there are bunch of slackers out there who thought they could just waltz right in to the Enyo party. Not so, but because there are enough of you pounding on the virtual doors, HP's seen fit to expand the capacity of the August 4th Enyo Hackathon, though we can't imagine they've added a whole bunch of new slots - if you want to go, register now or forever hold your Pre's.

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6 Comments

wow... Good news. I wish for a successful event.

I wish I could go! I had a blast at Developer Day NYC in 2010.

I am willing to bet a webOS Doctoring and factory reset of my TouchPad (no, it doesn't need it) that the "surprise" is the first public showing of open webOS.

Long live webOS

Wish I could go and that I knew something about coding :)

"forever hold your Pre's"

That's pretty clever Derek - I like it!