What can you do to produce food 10 times cheaper, 10 times faster and 10 times easier? A FoodJam hosted by Growstack comes closer to the answer as engineering with food will be a much wanted skill in an (over)populated future.
This year’s hack4dk had a rather morbid theme, since we played with the Copenhagen Burial Protocols from 1861-1912. It’s still a great place to learn and have fun at the same time, paying with your brainpower to future innovation.
Sorting out your waste does not have to be a chore. At this year’s Rabalderfestival in Musicon, Roskilde, I teamed up with cool hackathon-ladies to turn boring waste into social experiences. Come and meet our lovely Waste Buddy.
Music is not just a goldmine to middle-aged white men who collected records since their early teens. The Central Library in Copenhagen often let lo-fi musicians borrow a stage. Just for the joy of making music with no gimmicks.
New inspiration is something that you should never take for granted. If you work in a creative business like I do, I recommend a hackathon to make you see what united brainforces can do in a weekend. I’ll give you; #hack4dk 2015.