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News - January 27, 2012

City could shut down Hacker Dojo

Popular hangout for programmers faces big bill to meet city codes

by Daniel DeBolt

City officials say that the popular classroom and open office space for computer programmers, Hacker Dojo, may be red-tagged and shut down on Jan. 31 if the non-profit does not meet some potentially pricey city code requirements.

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Posted by 99guspuppet
a resident of another community
on Feb 2, 2012 at 8:22 am

Government regulators go away... go away... take your pension and go away Everyone who enters the hacker space can sign a waiver A big sign can be put up that says this building can burn down..... 99guspuppet


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