DHX: The audience is hacking

DHX: The Audience Is Hacking

In case you haven’t heard, this weekend is the 10th SuperHappyDevHouse, otherwise known as “DHX” and will be held at France Telecom’s South San Francisco HQ.

This devhouse is different than previous devhouses in that it’s taking place somewhere other than David Weekly‘s house and it’s also being run as a contest to see who can build the best self-sustaining and self-running money-printing machine in a weekend.

As David says in this video (from Ryanne), if you can build a business in a weekend (like he did with PBWiki) that says something pretty interesting about the time that we’re living in (not to mention the irrational exuberance picking up again).

Read the competition FAQ and then go sign up on the wiki. Oh, and there’ll be a party this Friday kicking off at 7pm, leading into the weekend-long event.

Bonus trivia: all proceeds will be donated to the CCCP.

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Author: Chris Messina

Product guy, friend to startups, inventor of the hashtag, proponent of bots and conversational apps; Xoogler and X Uber.

3 thoughts on “DHX: The audience is hacking”

  1. the SS-SR-MoneyPrinting Machine had me chuckling!!

    good one!!!!!!!

    ;))

    sounds a little like Cold Fusion or the vaunted Segway in stealth-mode*

  2. this reminds me of an interesting Art installation i saw at the Power Plant gallery where a conveyor belt with discarded Photographs from a One Hour Photo Lab we’re heading to shredded destruction. People could stop that from happening by inserting a Loonie ($Dollar) & the Photograph would be Saved!!

    kinda like the old Buy this Magazine or I will shoot this Dog*

    ;))

    can’t wait to see the results of this July 4th!!

    Have Fun!

    Cheers!! Billy ;))

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