As a self-proclaimed business guy I believed I would much sooner run a marathon than have anything to do with a hackathon. However, as life runs on a mysterious course… I found myself Saturday sitting in front of 150 eager developers and designers, running the show for AngelHack Boston. Having barely passed the CSS Styles portion of the 1 week web-design portion of my college education, it is safe to say I felt a bit out of touch with the target market and the challenge. But, after learning from 48 hours of pure hacking, here are three tips to leading a successful hack that you can be proud of:
The Boston startup community is home to some of the world’s greatest thinkers and innovators. As I’ve been navigating the scene, I’ve come to appreciate the pleasant subtleties and resources this community has to offer. I’ve been telling my friends about my experiences and have inspired one of my best to jump into the scene full throttle. It’s my pleasure to announce the newest Greenhorn Connect Director of Events and Business Development, William Cox. Please get to know him better and expect great things from his hard work and humility. I asked Will a few questions to introduce him to the Boston startup community. Read on to meet William Cox, Greenhorn Connect's Director of Events and Business Development.