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Hackathon - Cluj-Napoca, 11.12.2011

In acest weekend in Cluj-Napoca a avut loc Hackathon organizat de catre Microsoft Student Partents.
Am participat la acest eveniment ca si membru din juriu. La finalul celor 24 de ore, cele 14 echipe care s-au inscris in concus au  avut niste aplicatii foarte reusite. Ne-a fost destul de greu sa alegem echipele castitoare.
Locul intai a fost ocupat de echipa DOTDOTDOT cu aplicatia TweetThePlace.
Aplicaţie care permite să laşi mesaje (şi poze) într-un anumit Place. Nu poţi vedea/posta un mesaj dacă nu te aflii în apropierea Place-ului respectiv. Suportă şi live stream folosind push notification astfel încăt dacă te aflii lâncă un Place şi se postează un mesaj la acel Place, eşti notificat. 
Vreau sa felicit toate echipele pentru ca au reusit in 24 de ore sa scrie niste aplicatii formidabile. Sper sa vad o parte din aceste aplicatii pe Marketplace.
Poze de la acest eveniment: http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.288186067889752.63330.148534875188206&type=3

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