magento-hackathon

Magento Hackathon

This weekend is the first #MageHackDay: the international Magento Hackathon. I’m currently sitting in Amsterdam at Byte Internet, one of the 22 offline locations for the 26 hour event.

For those who have no idea about a hackathon, let me try to explain…

After the Hackathon intoduction hangout: Everyone Ready? Set? Go!!!!

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Looking for team members that don’t seem to exist.

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Finally finding a teammate after half an hour

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Estimating the amount of work that needs to be done in 26 hours

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Finding out some of your teammates never used Git before

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The reply you expect from your team members after your brilliant suggestions

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How they actually respond

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The need to code outside of your comfort zone

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After some startup-delays, your first commit!

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Showing your team members what your code does.

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Tip: alternate your input limbs to relieve strain

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What’s happening during the coffee breaks

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After 10 cups though, weird things start to happen…

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But It makes you feel happy and alive anyway!

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“And for team communication we’ll send eachother letters.”
“I mean we use IRC” #oldschool

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 Vinai Kopp is in the same chatroom as me!!!

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Your screen when you’re on a roll!

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It works!!!

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What you are looking forward to after 26 hours.

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When your team delivers magic after just 26 hours

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Realizing you just stared at some stupid gifs and wasted precious #MageHackDay time. Back to work!

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Have fun!

For more info on the hackathon, visit mage-hackathon.de. Want more gifs? Take a look at My Life With Magento.