Sitecore Hackathon is a free online community organized by community members and supported by Sitecore. Once a year, developers and business users from around the world get together to compete for 24 hours straight to build a new feature or function for the Sitecore platform. The modules and components built are then reviewed by community members and Sitecore employees and a winner is selected.
To discuss the Sitecore Hackathon, our host, Jon Price, spoke with Senior Sitecore Developer Naim Al and Joshua Hover, Director of Sitecore Project Management Operations at Americaneagle.com.
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About: For years, ‘water cooler talk’ has been a natural way for people in the workplace to come together and connect on common interest topics in what would otherwise be a formal environment; it boosts moral, improves culture and gets the creative juices flowing! Some of the best workplace ideas and conversations happen through face-to-face conversations around the ‘water cooler,’ so just as the name implies, The Sitecore Water cooler Podcast is a casual conversation between colleagues and peers centered around all things Sitecore. This podcast is an outlet for various Sitecore experts within the Sitecore community to have a meaningful discussion around the latest with Sitecore products, every day topics, challenges and successes associated with this top-of-line digital experience platform. Each podcast episode will range in topic, but will be geared towards quick-hitting initiatives that affect how business is done today. Whether you’re a new Sitecore user, a Sitecore MVP, or just someone who wants to learn more about Sitecore technology and capabilities, then meet us at the watercooler!