Hacker Dojo

What Does Hacker Dojo Mean?

Hacker Dojo is a nonprofit community founded and created by a group of entrepreneurs. The main purpose of the community is to provide a way for computer enthusiasts to come together and collaborate on projects with other community members. Hacker Dojo is meant to be a place to meet new people and be challenged intellectually. For members, the Dojo is open 24/7, and visitors are invited between 8 a.m. and 10:00 p.m. The place is used primarily as a working space, for social purposes and for various planned events.


Techopedia Explains Hacker Dojo

Hacker Dojo was designed for enthusiastic systems designers, computer programmers and techies. It is based in Mountain View, California, and as of 2012, leased a 4,400 square foot building in Silicon Valley with the amenities needed for its members. The Dojo is managed and financed through a monthly membership and through third-party sponsorship from several major software companies like Google and Microsoft.


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