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Hackathons: Don't try them if you don't like risks

Mark 85

I guess this is slightly better than having everyone lock arms and sing "Kambaya"? I've been through some of this previous mentioned stuff that was "embraced by the board and senior management". Did it change anything? No. Did anyone really feel it was anything other than a waste of time? No. So how is this "better" or more productive? Especially under the constraints? I see it as a warm, fuzzy type of moment, then back to business as usual.

Thanks for the heads up on this though. I think when the place I work decides this is the fad of the moment to follow, I'll be out sick that week...<cough><sniffle><barf> with the flu.

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