It's really hard to say what makes a good hackathon. But, you can judge your success easily enough. If within two or three days, the FBI, CIA, ATF, ICE, and other government agencies kick everyone's doors in, and confiscates everything that everyone owns prior to flying everyone to Guantanamo, you KNOW you had one hell of a hackathon!
"If there's a hackathon heaven . . . "
My bugs are my responsibility, and when I eventually get to the point where I can sell the software to end users, they will remain my responsibility.
Bless you my son.
Do you have acceptance tests define before farming out a project to contractor? Are the bugs outside of those caught by these acceptance tests?
There has been damage, however, " the only physical attacks experienced on their systems seemed linked to acts of vandalism and thefts of copper. Most incidents appeared unrelated to terrorism. However, one federal entity that owns a major piece of the bulk power system reported a Molotov cocktail was thrown at a dam."
I have no idea what to think of that.
"Able to adapt" does suggest that an intelligent agent is behind it, but it's hard to know without more detail.
Those that don't have benefits because they are ripping you off,
those that provide entertainment at work because they are hoping you will get distracted from how little you're paid.
and be without the air condition
Oh man, if I can crack the window open, it'd be heaven.
Why do games need to be backward compatible. It's not as if you will throw away your XBox360 when you buy an XBox One.
Gun control is about impulsive people.....The most common thread in criminals, particularly murderers, is poor impulse control and emotional volatility.
I agree with you that seems like a reasonable course of action, but if that were what congress was trying to do, they would have tried to ban pistols, not assault rifles, since handguns are by far the most common weapon for impulse murders.