[Chugalug] Mobile hackathon

Eric Wolf ebwolf at gmail.com
Fri Jan 18 19:37:46 UTC 2013


Too bad the Payment API only works one way... I guess AT&T doesn't really
want to be a bank...

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Eric B. Wolf                           720-334-7734




On Fri, Jan 18, 2013 at 12:29 PM, gary hasty <ghasty at hastypudding.com>wrote:

> D00d. This is the new, Kewl, open AT&T. Just got off the phone with the
> cleanweb folks that are having another hackathon in feb that they want us
> to play at. We're opening a new "foundry" in Atlanta later this year that
> I'm trying to get involved with to play with geeks again.  Check out some
> of the APIs we're tossing out on the network at http://developer.att.com.
>
> Looks like I have a couple of utility companies looking to sponsor a hack
> around smart grid data that you'd prob find of interest.
>
> On Friday, January 18, 2013, Mike Harrison wrote:
>
>> Want to show off your mad skills and maybe win some cash (cold pizza and
>>> Mountain Dew free). We're planning the next Atlanta hackathon
>>> for March 22nd. Sign up and compete. I'm working on getting one setup
>>> for chattanooga one of these days.
>>> Http://mobileapphackathon.com
>>>
>>
>> I signed up. But dude.. AT&T's using Google Forms?
>> Not some kewl AT&T special web form sign up using an obskure and skecial
>> language and API?
>>
>> Kewl that it looked nice on the main page..
>>
>>
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