Hacking The Hype: Why Hackathons Don’t Work

5915253141_e6be823367_o We get it. Hackathons are fun. There’s all-you-can-eat pizza, and Red Bull flows freely. For participants, they’re quasi-social opportunities to work on something real with smart, passionate people. For companies and universities, they represent quick, relatively inexpensive ways to encourage collaboration, produce new ideas and generate publicity. But there’s a downside. Read More

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