LinkRisk @ LeedsHack
This week over a hundred developers, designers and technology enthusiasts descended on Leeds from around the country (and Europe) for the 5th Annual LeedsHack.
LeedsHack founded by LinkRisk CTO Dom Hodgson is a Hack Day where the participants have 24 hours to create something.
This weekend saw the creation of over 30 hacks including Robots made out of Ardino and Meccano, Buttons that donate to Charity, A multiplayer twerking iPhone App and a collaborative minecraft build with some of our under 18 hackers.
Our very own Sean Holden was one of the Hackers and we can’t be sure whether his Hodgson Ipsum generator deserves a promotion or a box for his stuff.
LeedsHack is a free event organised every year and we are very happy to be a part of it, it also gives us the opportunity to remind people that we are looking for a Senior Ruby Developer to come and work on the next iteration of LinkRisk (and other fun stuff like LeedsHack!)