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London Web Summit put on a Hackathon this past Saturday, alongside Mashery's Developer Outreach Team, led by Amit Jotwani. It was my first full day at a hackathon and it was an eye-opener for me....
by Roque Versace / March 04, 2013
A couple of weeks ago, Adria Richards (West Coast Developer Evangelist with our friends at SendGrid) hosted Girl Develop Its’ “How to Rock Your First Hackathon”. She went through some of the key...
by Sarah-Jane Morris / February 01, 2013
Last week, Mashery attended PennApps, a 40-hour application development competition organized by the students at the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia.  The bi-annual event is a 40-hour...
by Amit Jotwani / January 29, 2013
Here at Mashery, we’ve seen firsthand the proliferation of hackathons around the world.  There is no question to the tremendous value it presents to the API space for enterprise, startups, and the...
by Colin McCabe / January 25, 2013
Amazon and Facebook recently announced new developer tools.   Amazon now offers free A/B testing capability for Kindle Fire developers and Facebook’s changes made it so their developer documentation...
by Bonnie Jeong / December 18, 2012
The Mashery Developer Outreach team is always heading out to hackathons and tech events. They have gone to over 60 in 2012 and the year isn’t over yet. We love to see what developers are capable of...
by Sarah-Jane Morris / November 27, 2012
The typical stereotype of a Hakathon is a room full of mostly male developers building a mixed bag of hacks, with no specific theme, through a patchwork of APIs and resources.  These stereotypes were...
by Sarah-Jane Morris / November 14, 2012
As our modern-day society evolves into a more interconnected ecosystem via ubiquitous Internet connectivity and the adoption of diverse device usage, we are also noticing that there is growing demand...
by Tiffany Ho / August 31, 2012
One morning in April 2001, scores of tech workers pondered the arrival of dozens of black penguins spray-painted on street corners from San Francisco’s SoMa district to the Haight Ashbury. Beside...
by David Conner / July 06, 2012
It was 10am on a bright NY morning.  Joggers, cyclists, and brunch goers were out and about, and here I was inside a hanger-like pier on the Westside of Manhattan. This would be my first Hackathon....
by Colin McCabe / May 23, 2012

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