As the tradition of any disrupt event goes, it always starts the startup funding event on a Monday, keeping the weekend especially for the very famous Disrupt Hackathon. This 19th and 20th September, 2015, the Disrupt San Francisco kicked off with the event people look forward to, the Hackathon.
The main event; concerned with startup seed funding, is still the highlight of the show, with the experienced coming to share their knowledge, and Snoop Dogg coming to increase the pride of the stage. However, the Disrupt Hackathon has always remained a stage for the passionate and the confident to do something great in 24 hours, which might take years for others to do.
The schedule for the TechCrunch Disrupt SF Hackathon, 2015 is:
The TechCrunch Disrupt SF, 2015 is to be hosted by Drew Olanoff, a writer at TechCrunch and Jordan Crook, a Senior writer at TechCrunch. The official name of this Hackathon is, “TechCrunch #HACKDISRUPT”, which speaks swag on its own.
While the two hosts walk around the aisle of Hackers, the expectations rise sky high. Have a walk around the event yourself.
TC Disrupt has already made a point of providing enough caffeine, booze and food to the brains of the world so that they stay pumped up throughout the event, helping them stay up for 24 hours straight, for making the hack of their lives.
Some of the prizes given out include tickets to the Disrupt SF Startup Seed Funding event, as hosted on 21st, 22nd and 23rd September, 2015.
24 hours have passed by and the team that made the most use of caffeine in spending the night cracking the hack of their life was team ‘QuickActions‘. QuickActions is a 3D touch alternative. It’s a virtual button that lets you preview links, use shortcuts and more.
QuickActions is a 3D touch alternative. It’s a virtual button that lets you preview links, use shortcuts and more. Thier app idea got them $5,000. Find this app in the Play Store in the coming weeks.