Last weekend, I attended my first ever hackathon and with minimal expectation, had a blast out of it and learned loads. My team did not win, nor did most of us slept at the event, but everyone got a...
After organizing five medical technology (“medtech”) hackathons across three continents over the past 18 months, Elizabeth Bailey is ready to call it: they're a success. They work well. We should have more of them.
This past weekend I participated in Hack the Midwest, a Kansas City hackathon. The event was a huge success drawing a crowd of around 100 developers. As one of the visiting developer evangelists said, it was a great turnout for a New York hackathon, much less one in the midwest.
At the competition I built Qup.tv, a simple service that will send you email alerts when Netflix adds new titles to its streaming catalog. I was lucky enough to win top honors at the event, but this wasn
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