Hacksgiving

Nov 9-10, 2012 | NYC

Read the Recaps

Caitlin Conner, AlleyWatch: Just Beginning to Build: Happy Hacksgiving

Angel Rivera: My Hack'N Jill Hacksgiving Experience

Pearson: Hack'n Jill's Gender-Equal Hackathon Returned Last Weekend in NYC for 'Hacksgiving'

Control Group: Women in Technology: Hacksgiving for Good

Yodle: Happy Hacksgiving.. err, Thanksgiving!

Hack'n Jill: Hacksgiving Recap: The 51 Percent Hackathon

In my humble opinion the Hack'n Jill Hacksgiving event was to date the best hackathon I've ever attended. There were plenty of talented hackers, great food, drink, interesting people but most of all really really really bad jokes.
 
In collaboration with
New York Tech Meetup Girl Develop It Control Group
Microsoft Behance Etsy
Pearson Yodle RedHat StackOverflow
Sendgrid Spotify Mashery Twilio
10Gen Thoughtworks

Judges

Vanessa Hurst: Founder, Developers for Good

Vanessa is a data-focused technologist, avid coder for humanity, and founder of Developers for Good, a network of technologists who use their skills to further social missions. She co-founded Girl Develop It, an initiative to teach software development in low-cost, judgment-free environments.

Aurelia Moser: Digital Archivist

Aurelia Moser is a librarian and laboratory technician based in Brooklyn. As a VP of SLA@Pratt, a teaching assistant for Pratt's Math & Science Department, and an Information Architect at Control Group, she balances experience in special, scientific and dev departments.

Lucas Nelson: Associate, DFJ Gotham

Lucas is an Associate at DFJ Gotham in NYC, where he focuses on seed and A-round investing. Prior to DFJ Gotham, he was a senior manager for product security at Adobe following his time as an investment associate at Union Square Venture Partners.

Matt Story: Director of Eng., Axial Market

Matt leads the AxialMarket Corps of Engineers, responsible for driving the company's technical vision. Matt's passionate about developing operating systems, and contributing to the open-source FreeBSD Operating System and Bash Unix shell.

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