DocuSign Hackathon, Day 1

Oh wow. We're onto day two of the DocuSign hackathon held in San Francisco, and day one was awesome! I'm really loving the apps being developed -- people are coming up with innovative applications of the DocuSign API. Here are some highlights from day one.

Breakfast at the Hackathon


Setting up breakfast for the hungry hackers. Starches and coffee is a must.

Blank Idea Board -- Tabula Rasa


Mike B's excellent drawing for our idea board, awaiting the brainstorming of our attendees. The glasses are hipster chic.


Wald Bros and JD, DocuSign genius engineers


The DocuSign engineers are getting caffeinated and hydrated in preparation for hacking up their own projects. These guys know the API in and out, so it's good that they are out of the running for the competition!


Opening speeches


The hackers listen attentively to Mike B, Grant P and Jeremy G give the opening talks.


Jeremy Glassenberg from Box.net


Jeremy Glassenberg from Box.net talks about the extensibility of Box.net as an enterprise platform and easy consumer app (sorry for the blur).


Steffen Frost and his awesome t-shirt


Had to snap a picture of Steffen's t-shirt. Geek-tastic!


The hacking got serious, and I wandered around lending a hand. Stay tuned for day two!

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