ToorCon Seattle 2013

| June 12, 2013
July 5, 2013 – July 8, 2013 all-day
Neumos Crystal Ball Reading Room
925 East Pike Street
Seattle, WA 98122
$100 Deposit

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ToorCon Seattle was created as a small get together for ToorCon staff, supporters and past speakers to meet up and have fun in Seattle. To try and keep ToorCon Seattle 2013 a small conference we made it invite only and limited the number of people who have received challenge coins from previous events. If you feel like you contributed to ToorCon and didn’t get a challenge coin, please let us know. Otherwise, ToorCon in San Diego (ToorCon San Diego 2013 will be at The Westin San Diego on October 16-20) has always been open to the general public is extremely affordable and does not have a cap on attendance.

This year ToorCon Seattle will be happening once again! We’re scheduling the conference for the weekend of July 5th-7th where we’ll kick off the event with a block party at Ada’s Technical Books and Metrix Create:Space on Friday night, talks once again at Neumos on Saturday with festivities at the lo-fi on Saturday night, and we’ll finish off the weekend with hands-on workshops at various locations around the city on Sunday as well as other social activities happening around town.

The Cr3w of ToorCon Seattle 2013

David Hulton (h1kari)

Chairman, Program Coordinator

Tim Huynh (nfiltr8)

Vice-Chairman, Operations Coordinator

George Spillman (Geo)

Outreach Coordinator, Sponsorship

Beverly Pham (Zarkle)

Speaker Coordinator


About Us (The ToorCon Network)


ToorCon, originally established in 1999 in San Diego, California, is the best collection of Hacker Events that brings together the top Hackers, Makers, Breakers, and Shakers. The very first ToorCon was held at the UCSD Price Center and now has grown to 4 separate events; ToorCon San Diego, ToorCon Seattle, ToorCamp, and WorldToor.

Our Mission

Our mission is create an open and positive platform that allows for anyone to present boundary pushing research and bleeding edge technology.


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