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Thanks for coming to Hack Day!

Tuesday, November 20th, 2007

Thanks for coming to Hack Day and making it a great event!

It was a very enjoyable day with some great hacks created, more about that later. For now I just have a reminder of the tags, and a final thank you to the sponsors.

Tags, please use: farmhackday, hackdaybrighton, digitalfestival, hackday

Thanks again to Cogapp, Magpie, and TalkWebSolutions for making the day possible, and to everyone who came for making it fun.

We have stickers

Monday, November 12th, 2007

Stickers for Hack DayThanks to the good people at TalkWebSolutions, we now have stickers for Hack Day, letting us ‘tag’ ourselves with skills and the skills of people we need help from.

TalkWebSolutions is a web design & development agency here in Brighton, and run by Nick Tong, a ColdFusion specialist and all round nice chap.

Thanks also to Moo who gave us a discount on the stickers for the event.

Thanks to Magpie, our food sponsor

Thursday, November 1st, 2007

Another big thank you, this time to Magpie for becoming our food sponsor. When you’re chowing down at lunch time or on a snack at Hack Day, these are the people you’ve got to thank.

Magpie have a very sweet looking app called Brandwatch, which helps track your brand on the web. They blog about what they’re doing here.

Thanks to Simon for the icons

Tuesday, October 30th, 2007

Thanks to Simon Bloom of Bloomindesign for creating the icons and logo for Hack Day. You’ll be seeing his work on everyone’s chests on the day as they’ll be stickers to help us organise ourselves.

Simon’s a long time member of the Farm and designed the current version of our site back in 2004. We’ve all come along way since then.

Thanks to Cogapp our venue sponsor

Monday, October 29th, 2007

We’d like to say a big thank you to Cogapp for sponsoring the venue for Hack Day and helping the whole event happen.

Cogapp are a consultancy, design and production company in Brighton, based on Dyke Road near the centre of town. You can find out more about their services on their main site, or get a more personal angle from their staff on their blog.