[PD] Berlin: BSC Hackathon: Nov 17 - 18 (Weekend)

Amy Walsh walshamy89 at gmail.com
Sat Nov 3 23:45:08 CET 2012

Sponsored by


The hackathon will take place from*Saturday, Nov 17 at 9am - Sunday, Nov 18

*This hackathon is the best place to work, network and perhaps even meet
your future co-founding software engineer, designer, product guy, business
geek, customer, employee or angel investor.*

*In the hacakthon you can either work on an existing or new project.*

*For startups it is  the best place to see people working on apps and APIs
for your products.*

Don't be afraid or shy. The hackathon is meant to be fun. We will build
interdisciplinary teams. You do not need to be a software engineer to

*There will be enterprise/consumer angel investors and VCs at the
hackathon. So it would a great environment to chitchat with investors in a
relaxed atmosphere about your product/project; WesttechVentures +
Wellington + Hasso Plattner Ventures + Rocket Internet + Catagonia + Tarent

There will be free food and drinks on both days. Please write us an e-mail
if you are vegetarian after buying a ticket in order  to order vegetarian
food  also.

*You can win an iPad for hacks on Paymill.*

We will build interdisciplinary teams at the hackathon on the Saturday
morning. *Each team will consists of software engineers, product
guys, designers and business geeks. The software engineers will be coding,
while the product guys  work on the product details,the designers take over
the design and the business geeks the business side of the project.*


On Sunday evening each team will have 5 minutes to demo and pitch their
work + 5 minutes Q&A. The best 3 teams will win prizes.

*Below are the list of topics:*


   1. Social
   2. Photo
   3. Couponing/daily deal services
   4. Payments (web, mobile)
   5. Mobile Advertising
   6. Games
   7. Real Estate
   8. Education
   9. Finance
   10. Music & Sound
   11. Travel


   1. Big data analytics
   2. Platform as a Service: PaaS



09:00:00 AM Reception + Registration

09:30:00 AM Introduction + Hackathon Agenda + Sponsor Pitches

10:00:00 AM Idea Pitches + Prices Annoucement

10:30:00 AM Team Building

11:00:00 AM Begin Hacking

01:00:00 PM Lunch (Free Food + Drinks)

02:00:00 PM Continue Work

06:30:00 PM Progress Updates From Groups

07:00:00 PM Dinner  (Free Food + Drinks)

08:00:00 PM Continue working overnight


08:00:00 AM Breakfast (Free Food + Drinks)

09:00:00 AM Progress Updates From Groups

09:00:00 AM Continue Work

01:00:00 PM Lunch (Free Food + Drinks)

02:00:00 PM Continue Work

05:00:00 PM Pitch + Pitch Training

06:00:00 PM Hack Presentations 08:00:00 PM Closing

*Please note that the deadline for purchasing a ticket  is Nov 14 as we
will need time to prepare the event.* *No ticket can be purchased on the
day of the hackathon. People without a ticket will not be allowed to enter
the premise.*

We are looking for further supporters for the hackathon. If you want to
support organizing the hackathon, shoot us an e-mail.

*Buy your ticket for the hackathon today on this page  or  on Eventbrite:


On Sat, Nov 3, 2012 at 10:47 PM, Orm Finnendahl <
o.finnendahl at inm.mh-freiburg.de> wrote:

> Hi list,
>  I just found out that some of my custom externals stopped working on
> recent OSX (i5/i7) hardware (pd complains about arch mismatch).
> Since I don't own Apple gear I always compiled on a (virtual) OSX
> machine on my linux box. I'd rather avoid having to update the
> virtual box once again to a more recent OSX version, put the XCode
> stuff on it and spend hours after hours just to get a compilation
> environment.
> My questions:
> - is there any way to make gcc cross compile for OSX on linux?
> - is there an extension for i5/i7 and dual-core externals on OSX so
>   that they can co-habitate with each other (similar to the .l_ia64
>   and .l_i386 on linux)?
> - is a recompilation for linux i5/i7 hardware also necessary (and
>   what's the extension for that)?
> Thanks for any hints,
> Orm
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