Re: [nycpython] AngelHack Presents | The Hearst Fashion Hackathon

From: user 1.
Sent on: Sunday, January 20, 2013 12:18 AM
I know nothing about his event, but I think this recent blog post provides a nice perspective on corporate hackathons.


On Jan 19, 2013, at 23:40, Zachary StarkJones <[address removed]> wrote:

Is anyone a regular at these events - that they know what's typical?
Do winning teams usually get a jump with early access, e.g. to APIs that are to be used?
Is pulling an all-night-er the norm?

Thanks,
Zak


On Fri, Jan 18, 2013 at 10:49 AM, Jon Kay <[address removed]> wrote:

Do you have dreams of building the next big fashion startup? Then join Hearst, Google, and a dozen other tech partners on Feb 9-10th for Hearst Fashion HACK! Here you'll find 200 developers and designers for you to work on ideas with, over $20,000 in prizes, and fashion influencers who can help take your ideas to the next level. 

NYC Tech receive free tickets with discount dode: "NYC"

http://www.hearstfashionhack.com/






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