Schedule for Friday, November 18th:
•6:00 pm: Eat, Meet, and greet, discuss what would be
interesting to build.
•7:00 pm: Speaker- Lori Cheek, Founder of Cheekd.com
• 7:30 pm: Pitches start — If you have an idea for a product,
you pitch it to the group.
8:30 pm: Team network and evaluate possible teams to
This is a self-selection process. People form teams
around ideas that they think are interesting and would lil@tto work on for the weekend. Ideally, you'd like a group
between 5 and 10 people — but groups of 2 or as large as
20 are acceptable.
Teams are not limited to working on web only applica*
tions. Generally, these make the most sense given the
nature of the weekend and those who register. But if you
really feel like working on that new cupcake business, go for
•9:00 pm: Team vote on top ideas and select the teams
they will work with for the weekend. Teams solidify their
concept and create an elevator pitch.
• 10:00 pm: Leave for a bar or coffee shop to continue th«
discussion and create prototypes.
Schedule for Saturday, November 19th:
•9:00 am: Breakfast, Start development.
• 10:00 am: By now, teams should have prototype(s) on
paper, decided on a working title, and created technical
plans. Start getting servers live, buying domains, creating
user flows, etc.
• 12:30 pm: Lunch break.• 1:30 pm: Back to work
•6:00 pm: Dinner
•6:30 pm: Speaker
•7:00 pm: Back to work
• 10:00 pm: Gut check on the product; basic prototype
building; group get-together for drinks and to talk about the
products everyone is working on.