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Fuck Up Night: Manila Chapter

Fuckup Nights City is a local chapter of the global movement and event series that shares stories of professional failure. We get three to four people to get up in front of a room full of strangers to share their own professional fuckup. The stories of the business that crashes and burns, the partnership deal that goes sour, the product that has to be recalled, we tell them all.

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HUMANS + MACHINE OF IMPACT

Humans + Machine of IMPACT is a storytelling mixer focusing on success and failures that mainstream media will never pick as a headline but these stories created IMPACT on people’s lives and in the industry. It’s a story usually for your best friend.
Bringing together two different industries, some maybe even contrasting, that never meet on a general stage but when in collaboration, creates social and economic change.
The program will consist of each speaker telling their story of failure and success and an open mic for interaction, few words from our Hosts with Pizza and overflowing beers…RSVP to the Party!

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Hackathon Quick Start Guide

1. Identify a Purpose

Ask yourself, what is the goal of my coding challenge? For fun, for a cause, for team building, for product awareness or even a mix of several?

Once the why of your hackathon is clear, the what and how will follow.

2. Choose a Format

When you have a strong purpose, the format tends to reveal itself. Your options are typically limited to online or offline.

Online hackathons can help grow awareness beyond your locale. Offline coding challenges require more commitment but engage a local audience.

3. Select Prizes

Ask yourself, what is the goal of my coding challenge? For fun, for a cause, for team building, for product awareness or even a mix of several?

Once the why of your hackathon is clear, the what and how will follow.

4. Make the Rules

Define the parameters of your code competition. Are teams allowed? How large can they be? Must participants use specific technology?

Answer these questions and put the details alongside the legalese. Answer these questions and put the details alongside the legalese. Here’s a sample rule set..

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Download the Hackathon Starter Kit Assets below for details on everything from planning, to booking venues, to how to properly staff your event. Don’t want to do it our way? We thought of that, too!
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