Some of our team members recently took advantage of K15t Software's Pledge 1% partnership to spend a sunny afternoon cleaning up Stuttgart's forest trails.
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The latest K15t hackathon just wrapped, boasting 22 participants and ten projects. With a time constraint of 24 hours, every team worked hard to get their great ideas shipped out the door. Here's a look at the three highest voted projects.
There are lots of blog posts that talk about why and how companies host hackathons. This is not one of those. This blog post provides a practical guide and checklist that helped me organize our upcoming hackathon. To help out all those other hackathon-organizers out there, I thought I'd share my experience and checklist.
K15t Software regularly stages hackathons, which I participate in. But how do you go about a hackathon project? What do you start with? How do you decide what you can and cannot achieve? I will answer these questions by guiding you through my own hackathon project.
At the end of a successful year, we want to thank you for collaborating with us by sharing a little bit of cheer: K15t Software is proud to present you with a free sticker pack for iMessage and Telegram featuring our rocketcorn mascot. Happy Holidays!
Last week, we hosted our final 24-hour 'Hacketse' hackathon of 2016 – with a bigger and stronger range of competitors than ever before. Check out our wrap-up, and find out who lifted the winners' trophy this time around.
IT requires creative, communicative and flexible people. So why are there so few women working in IT? Join us for a documentary screening on Oct 26th, 2016 to find out.
This story is about a young man's volunteer experience – it explores why giving can also mean receiving. Taking time to do good for others is something the K15t team strongly believes in, and we're proud to have been a small part of this story.
A few weeks ago, we had our seventh 24-hour Hacketse hackathon – once again, we brainstormed, developed, and realized some fantastic ideas.
Every day, the staff at K15t work hard together as a team, and that sense of camaraderie and teamwork doesn't end at the office doors. On Friday, June 10th, the K15t Software office was closed as we all piled into a bus and headed for the German Alps once again.
Our first 24-hour hackathon of 2016 took place on March 10 and 11, and great things were made – quickly. Check out our wrap-up, and find out who was on the winners' podium this time around.
Hackathons have always been important to us here at K15t. In the old days they were held informally – more like greatly-accelerated sprints ...
The K15t Software crew had a lot of beer-flavored fun this week, with a tour and tasting at Stuttgart's own Dinkelacker Brewery https://www....
K15t Software's fifth Atlassian-rules 24-hour hackathon happened just before the holidays in 2015, and the dust has finally settled enough for us to tell the tale.
Last Wednesday we threw open the K15t doors to friends, family, partners, and customers to help us warm our new office https://twitter.com/search?q=k15twarming in Stuttgart, and it was a grand time if we do say so ourselves. Check out some scenes from the event after the jump.
K15t Software has grown once again, and to keep us all from elbowing one another we had to make a change. With a bit of work we have found...
We've now had a week to reflect on our K15t Out-of-Office Adventure, and the unanimous verdict is in: We can't wait to start planning the next one!
Oops, we did it again – and we love it: Creating awesome stuff within 24 hours. Some of us were coding almost the whole night to make our ideas come to life. Here's how we spent our third, Atlassian-rules https://www.atlassian.com/company/about/shipit hackathon that took place in the K15t Software office. And, of course, we've got a winning team: congratulations to Eugen, Maximilian, and Tobias who have built and demoed an awesome multi-layer image map editor for Confluence!
At our second ShipIt day, we didn't have a winner team, but we've got two. One of the winning projects was our 3D object viewer for Confluence. In this blogpost, let me introduce our ShipIt project that brings Confluence into the three-dimensional world. In addition, you'll find some impressions from our most recent coding contest.
Last friday, our office was closed for a special reason: We were out on this year's K15t Software team event, and we had a great time together at the beautiful Allgäu area near Oberstdorf, located in the German Alps. Get some impressions of this awesome two-day trip.