Located in the heart of the city, there's no better spot to get your dev community engagement on. Located at 680 Folsom Street, Reactor San Francisco is staffed by technical experts and event planning experts.
Reactor San Francisco is an event-based site housing three main teams: Mixed Reality Academy, Mixed Reality Capture Studio, and Commercial Software Engineering. It's designed to support hackathons, tech meetups, user groups, and executive sessions. It's also home base to our Regional Cloud Developer Advocates (CDAs).
Let's talk and get creative! For bookings, please populate the space request form Reactor San Francisco and for questions contact Reactor San Francisco email.
Book space at Reactor San Francisco by emailing email. The SLA on all requests for Reactor space is a response within 24 business hours.
- If the requested date or room is not available, the Reactor event planner will suggest alternative dates or spaces.
- If the requested space is available, and the requestor meets the priority requirements, the Reactor event planner will place a hold on the room/date and a booking form will be emailed to the event contact.
- The event contact or event owner has 48 business hours to return the filled out form or the hold will be released.
- Once the form is sent back, the Reactor event planner will send over a meeting invite to confirm the booking.
Hours, badging, security
Reactor San Francisco reception hours are 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM Monday through Friday.
Events can go later than 5:00 PM and take place on weekends, by arrangement. Please discuss with your Reactor San Francisco event planner.
Badging and security
- Reactor San Francisco is in an access restricted location. This helps ensure the privacy of the Reactor spaces, partner confidentiality, IP, and other proprietary meeting content. Access to Reactor San Francisco is granted only for the length of the event.
- The list of internal Microsoft and external attendees is required at least 5 business days in advance to ensure that all Microsoft employees can receive badge access. Guest badges are printed ahead of time, and available for all external attendees upon check-in.
- Guest badges are available from the Reactor event planner and staff in the Reactor space and not from the Microsoft building reception desk.
- Additional questions about badging or security? Please discuss with your Reactor San Francisco event planner. Thank you!
Parking for vehicles, skateboards, jetpacks
Parking and public transport
- Parking is available in the Moscone parking garage at 255 3rd Street, San Francisco, CA 94103, or street parking.
- Alternatively, use public transport, when possible.
Food, bev, wifi, etc.
- You are also welcome to bring in your own outside catering. Please coordinate with your Reactor event planner. The event owner is responsible for the catering order and arrangements.
Complimentary beverages are available in the Reactor kitchen and include coffee, tea, juices, water, and soft drinks. Assorted snacks are available in the shared kitchen.
Wifi access details are available from the event staff at check-in. Any questions about wifi for your event, please discuss with your Reactor event planner.
- Indoor dining area
- Outdoor patio space
HoloLens and Surface Hub info
Reactor San Francisco houses the Mixed Reality Academy and the Mixed Reality Capture Studio. Reactor San Francisco has 2 – 55” and 2 – 84” Surface Hubs.
Live stream and AV
AV equipment and support are available. Reactor San Francisco live streaming capabilities coming soon. Please discuss with your Reactor San Francisco event planner.
Fine print | Reactor San Francisco
Reactors are developer community hubs. The best in technical events and collaboration spaces.
By submitting this event request, you acknowledge and agree to technical event requests being prioritized over event requests of a non-technical nature.
How we define technical:
- Cloud computing, Big Data/BI, AI, MR, DevOps, Gaming, IoT.
- Coding events – attendees will be writing code: Hacks, Hands on Labs, etc.
- Technology lead Community events – attendees are hands on with tech: Java Devs, Data Scientist.
It is Microsoft Policy that no money is collected for any event held at any Reactor space. Additional policy details coming soon.