The Hackcess to Justice hackathon took place in New Orleans, LA on March 21st and 22nd. Omega Ortega was lucky enough to be a part of this great event, along with the other teams, organizers, judges, and lawyers (many of the group are pictured above). Rarely does one walk away from an event realizing that life has changed and will never be the same, but this event did just that. Now, if you recall, we’ve won hackathons for other verticals like Retail, Healthcare, and Finance. The difference here is that this is not a corporate experiment; This is an association realizing something needs to change now.
If you need any proof as to why we come to Omaha to hack, this is it: First National Bank’s merry band of trouble makers. Just in case you’re wondering, the guy in the background on the far right shooting Rance in the head or calling him out as The Man is none other than […]
Here it is for all your viewing pleasures. This is our 4 day journey through the Saleforce $1M hackathon. We hope you have as much fun watching it as we did making it! If you want to reach out to us, do so here.
Our friends over at Bootstrapper Studios, the makers of our app demo video for Pay Up Sucka, have been hard at work working on our documentary. To make it more digestible, we’ve decided to make it 2 5-minute parts vs 1 10-minute film. Here’s part 1: Now, a little bit of explanation is probably needed on […]
We like hackathons. Sometimes we take home a prize (1st place Sears Codeathon, 2nd place Novartis Health Challenge) and sometimes we don’t (Code One Omaha, $1M Salesforce Hackathon). We always win though, because we always become a tighter and better team. We’re pretty much a 100% remote team. We don’t see each other often, even […]
In September, our team traveled to Omaha, Nebraska to participate in a Hackathon (“app challenge”) sponsored by First National Bank (FNB). We had never been to Omaha, so we didn’t know what to expect. To say we were pleasantly surprised would be putting it mildly. We had a blast. We were able to hang out with […]