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A planned hacking run
that is intended to last for
about a week with lots of hackers. The term was used in
2005 by the Apache
Foundation and the OpenBSD
hackathonA periodic event where programmers get together at some venue to collaboratively create a new application or software system within a few hours or a few days. Also called a "codefest." In September 2011, 15 sponsors at the TechCrunch Disrupt Hackathon in San Francisco offered prizes for the most innovative solution to various problems. For example, for the best in-car integration app via SYNC, Ford Motor Company offered team members a free trip to CES 2012 in Las Vegas along with the opportunity of proving their new software in the car. See hackerspace.
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Primary Goldegg development on the stack is taking place in three intensive coding sprints
, each with a slightly different goal:
To encourage co-creation and innovation among open source technologies, Cignex hosts open source coding sprints
at its headquarters, and actively participates in the sprints of other companies.