ToorCamp: Adventures in an American hacker camp
Source: Computer World - Posted by Dave Wreski   
ToorCamp is an American-flavored hacker camp that was inspired by European versions like CCC Camp in Germany and HAR Camp in the Netherlands. ToorCamp 2009 was the "first ever full-scale" USA hacker camp and was held inside an abandoned Titan-1 Missile silo at Moses Lake, WA. After the Black Hat and Def Con hacking conferences, ToorCamp 2012 was held at the northwestern tip of the U.S. at Hobuck Beach Resort in Neah Bay, WA. Since about 400 people either pitched tents or stayed in cabins, not only does it dispel the notion that all hackers avoid sunshine and the great outdoors, apparently a good time was had by all. So if you were tapped out of mula like me and didn’t attend, here’s a look at some of the unique aspects of this cool camp for “hackers, makers, breakers and shakers.”

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