HackYourSummer

June 15-16, 2012 | NYC

Read the Recaps

Missy Kayko: Just Keep Hacking

Sophie Chou: On Hack ‘n Jill and Changing the Ratio

Matt Jibson: NYC Now

Jesse Pollack: Reflections on Hack 'n Jill

Daniel Alabi: Bed Battles, A Hack'n Jill Hack

Kane Albarron: Hack 'n Jill, a Retrospective on Effective Teams

Alexandra White: Hack'n Jill

Yodle: Yodle Sponsors Hack’n Jill Hackathon

Temboo: Temboo's First Hackathon

Mashery: 27 hacks + 50/50 balance at Hack’nJill - New York, June 15-16, 2012

Eugenia Koo: What Hack'n Jill Means (for the world at large)

Hack'n Jill: Hack'n Jill—best new NYC hackathon?1

I was nervous. So nervous that I delayed heading over to the event, I secretly hoped it would some how disqualify me from participating. But I did attend and my experience was pretty incredible. We worked hard, and my team won! It was an amazing feeling.
 
AppNexus
SendGrid Twilio Microsoft
Yodle StackOverflow Yipit Temboo
Boxee Mashery

Judges

Rachel Sklar

Rachel is the co-founder of Change The Ratio. She is an advisor to several startups, including Hashable, SBNation, Siftee, Lover.ly, Kapost, Honestly Now and The Daily Muse. She is a mentor at TechStars and was named to the Silicon Alley Insider 100 in 2009, 2010 & 2011..

Catherine Williams: Manager of Quantitative Analytics, AppNexus

Catherine Williams works on the Optimization Team heading AppNexus' budgeting algorithms project. She previously did post-doc work at Columbia and Stanford. From 1999-2001, she worked as a test engineer at Microsoft. She earned a PhD from University of Washington and a bachelor's degree from Grinnell College.

Shai Goldman: Director, Silicon Valley Bank Accelerator

Shai has been at Silicon Valley Bank for 10 years. He started in the Bay Area moved to NYC to support the NYC startup community. His primary role is outreach to self funded and seed funded NYC startups.

Antonia Abraham: Director of Finance & Operation, Betaworks

Antonia works closely with the core companies at Betaworks. She has previously been at at Credit Suisse, Columbia Law School, Cravath, Swaine & Moore.