This past weekend (September 8-9), TechCrunch held the 2012 Disrupt Hackathon at The Concourse at San Francisco Design Center. It was an amazing event, featuring over 150 projects on Saturday and Sunday.
TokBox was one of 17 sponsors for the Hackathon, where 151 teams spent 24 hours through Saturday and Sunday working on projects with as many APIs as they could. Many prizes were on the line – from iPhone 5s to MacBook Airs to cold hard cash and a chance to present at the Startup Battlefield during the week, everyone was out in full force. TokBox had 5 members building projects and networking with hackers and had a great time. At final count during the presentations, they were 9 teams that built using the OpenTok API (including 2 in-house apps). Some of the cool ones included: