Yahoo! Hack India: Hyderabad 2013 | YDN & Hacking 101
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  • No, I wasn’t paying fine: http://www.kiruba.com/2007/07/case-of-dumb-email-forward.htmlI was working with the policeman to fix the LED baord: http://www.thehindu.com/news/cities/bangalore/variable-message-signboards-start-working/article391914.ece
  • While my wife loves Hyderabadi pearls… 
  • Hackday is more than just code and caffeine… how many of you have been hackdays/hacknights/hackathons before?
  • Y! had the first open hackday in 2006. We have been having events in India @ Bangalore since 2007.
  • We also go to campuses around the globe for university hackdays at top universities
  • And we love to go where hackers are… hackerarabad today is the day of reckoning.
  • Hackers builds innovative solutions for real world problems
  • So who is a hacker? Dreamer + Coder = Hacker!
  • It’s not easy to be recognized as a hacker as you might have noticed. You have shown your coding chops! And left behind 1000 others. Wear your hacker badge with pride! Give yourself a round of applause.
  • What if its quick and dirty, as long as it solves an interesting problem its an hack!
  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i-hXcRtbj1Y – Coke & Mentos powered car!https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.nk.telpunchPlay a punch dialoguesfrom your Android device..
  • TweetDeck did what the official twitter client couldn't doFitBit Aria wifi weighing scale – cuz we need an API for our weight data!Tumblr made content creation dead easy…
  • SnapChat – ephemeral messagingAny.Do – task management for the procrastinators
  • If a photo can be worth a thousand words, then what about videos? - Vine, Instagram, Flickr
  • http://madebynathan.com/2013/07/10/raspberry-pi-powered-microwave/http://www.daveakerman.com/?p=1154 - Raspberry powered eye in the sky
  • www.airbnb.com – disrupted the hotel industryhttp://formlabs.com/ - democratizing 3D printinghttp://www.redbus.in/ - bus ticketing made easyhttps://squareup.com/ - plastic payments made easy
  • We are nation of tinkerers…. From temples to hostel rooms you can see a hack around you…
  • And sometimes we have to think big…
  • Hacks for social goodhttp://myneta.info/http://www.ipaidabribe.com/http://www.circleof6app.com/
  • Here are things to keep note of…
  • Don’t go around hunting for esoteric ideas….. look at the problems you face and see if you can solve it through a hack!
  • And look for inspiration or ideas… amongst other hacks, there may be some open source code available for you to use…
  • Make sure you have a well rounded team with complimentary skills. Attend the Design Clinic to get help.
  • Don’t try to solve everything in your hack.. Concentrate on building the one thing that makes us take notice!
  • Choose the tool(s) that right for your hack.
  • Don’t be afraid to try out new things…
  • This way you will not be stuck midway through the hackday and revisit your plans late in the night.
  • We are all here to help…. And we have been through this and can help you avoid common pitfalls.
  • And we will be up with you….
  • Code and caffeine – match made in heaven
  • http://zurb.com/article/1006/create-iterate-before-it-s-just-too-late
  • Its mandatory to put your code on github
  • Enjoy the food, make friends, and look for a surprise later in the evening…
  • Powerpoint = Fail!
  • We love demos….
  • Things go wrong, we understand!
  • You have only 90 seconds to showcase your hack. So have a Plan B in case things go wrong!
  • Y! is interested in hacks around making the daily habits of people inspiring and entertaining!
  • Make your hack live forever…. Hackers choice award depends on how may people like your hack…

Transcript

  • 1. What the hack? Pradeep B V Product Manager Social Platforms, Yahoo!
  • 2. Hi, I am Pradeep B V – I <3 h@ck!ng
  • 3. & also Hyderabadi Biriyani ;-) http://www.flickr.com/photos/indi/8536505966/
  • 4. celebration of unrestrained learning, coding, camaraderie, demos, awards, fun & food hackday: n.
  • 5. 2013
  • 6. A hacker is a passionate, skilled and creative technologist who thrives on building innovative solutions to real world problems. hacker: n.
  • 7. Dreamer Hacker Coder
  • 8. And surely attend Yahoo! Hack India
  • 9. An innovative solution to a real world problem; quick and dirty workaround, yet effective. hack: n.
  • 10. amusing hacks just like that
  • 11. progressive hacks it can be done better
  • 12. cool hacks lets chill
  • 13. hot hacks this rocks
  • 14. hardware hacks cuz tinkering is fun Raspberry Eye In The Sky Raspberry Picrowave
  • 15. disruptive hacks a whole new world
  • 16. jugaad do it desi ishtylee
  • 17. Hack for Good – Make the world a better place
  • 18. social hacks for the larger good !
  • 19. hackday survival tips !!
  • 20. Every good work of software starts by scratching a developer’s personal itch. To solve an interesting problem, start by finding a problem that is interesting to you - The Cathedral and the Bazaar Scratch your own itch
  • 21. Look up other hacks http://hacks.developer.yahoo.com
  • 22. Get the right skills on your team + =
  • 23. Don’t boil the ocean http://www.geekalerts.com/boil-buoy-a-boiling-water-chime/ build one good thing
  • 24. Choose the right tools http://www.ethankociela.com/sketchy-social-icons.ph
  • 25. Learn something new challenge yourself
  • 26. Tackle the hard problems first save yourself the panic attack
  • 27. Don’t be afraid to ask for help tech crew is on the house
  • 28. Stay up all night
  • 29. I am your friend!
  • 30. Create & iterate http://zurb.com/article/1006/create-iterate-before-it-s-just-too-late
  • 31. Put your code on github http://octodex.github.com/socialite/
  • 32. Take a Break & have fun
  • 33. Presenting your hack
  • 34. Do not show us slides about your hack http://static.biola.edu/chimes/media/photos/2010/Dec/15/cache/Sleeping%20class_gallery_view.JPG
  • 35. Instead show us what you have done
  • 36. Technical glitches happen
  • 37. Have a plan-B Record a screencast Do not depend on internet Keep your stuff ready in browser Rehearse the demo
  • 38. How we judge the hacks Solves a real problem + working prototype Displays Creative Thinking, and pushes the boundaries of what we’ve seen before Great User Experience Uses data or technology in a unique & interesting way X-factor! Realistic that it was built in 24 hours Uses technology or data from Yahoo!
  • 39. One more thing… Keep your hack live Show others what you have done Publish your code on github Join us and take it even further! http://developer.yahoo.com/blog @ydn on twitter
  • 40. You have the spices… 42
  • 41. Lets cook some biryani… 43 www.evernewrecipes.com