Sleepless weekend passion projects and the people who do them.
Things we learned locking our team in an office for 32 hours.
Change the World Over a Weekend
We Can. Seriously.
and thoughts after re-surfacing
Development by the masses
CodeAcrossSeattle Hackathon at Google Seattle
On the current state of the hackathon movement
Advice from a developer’s perspective
3 tips and expectations for investing in yourself
An observation from two hackathons
Why they’re the best new way to learn
Collegiate mega-hackathons have forgotten hackers.
PennApps 2014s is taking a step back and feeling the love
How hackathons will save the US economy
It’s all about building community
Glance into the current developer landscape and what that means for us
Originally posted here
Last weekend I had the opportunity to attend HackCon, a conference for college hackathon organizers.
reflections on Hack@Brown: Brown University’s first annual hackathon
Why a government major is organizing a 1000+ student hackathon at the University of Maryland, College Park
Where student hackathon organizers figure out how to take over the world
The economics of who pays for hackathons, and why.
It’s time for hackers to start telling our story
What I learned from HackMIT and MHacks
This is the second post in a new series about how to throw the perfect hackathon.
10 things to consider if you sponsor a hackathon www.lob.com
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