Category Archives: Hack Days

Culture Hack Day

I attended the Culture Hack Day at Wieden+Kennedy in Clerkenwell last weekend. It was a great venue, really good for hacking and socialising alike – and even some space for a quick kip when required! I’ve been to quite a … Continue reading

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Leeds Hackery

I’ve just returned from a fun but very tiring weekend in Leeds, for LeedsHack run by the Hodge. Another 24-hour coding marathon, another silly app built – this time, Alistair, Martin and I made something every self-respecting geek cannot do … Continue reading

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Charity Begins At Home

Or so they say… Actually, most of us weren’t at home but at PayPal in Richmond, for Charity Hack over the weekend. As usual, lots of hacking got done, as did lots of monkeying around: [flickr-gallery mode=”photoset” photoset=”72157625017493886″]

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Open Hack London

Yahoo!’s Open Hack London was held at the TUC Congress hall on 9th and 10th May. It was another great opportunity to learn about APIs, hacking stuff together and generally geeking out. [Yahoo! boss David Filo welcomes the geeks to … Continue reading

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