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Author: Troy Petrunoff

Join the Condé Nast International Hackathon.

On November 22nd – 23rd, 2014 London developers will get a chance to work side by side with the talented developers of Condé Nast International and possibly get to see their prototype in action. AngelHack is inviting the best of the best hackers to take part in the Condé Nast International hackathon. You know who you are: you’ve got the technical skills, the design aesthetic, and you aren’t afraid to push the limits.

Help San Francisco Small Businesses using the Apple Pay SDK for Chase

Source: Cargo Collective

San Franciscans love small business! We stand in line for hours on end to eat brunch at our favorite restaurants or get ice cream at Bi-Rite. We shop at Rainbow Grocery and weekly farmer’s markets for those nights we do stay in. We get our books from indie booksellers, our cake from local bakeries, and our beer from local breweries. We support local businesses by giving them a lot of our money.

Say Hello to AngelHack’s Newest Advisors: Mark Cuban, Ben Parr and Frank Vial!

What a year it’s been! Since January, we’ve been all around the world, to places we’d never been before: from the SNL Studios in New York City to the sunkissed beaches of Bali. We’ve had our largest series ever, hosting 7,000 developers worldwide, and have connected the world’s top developers with companies like NBC/Universal, Accenture, and Cisco. We’ve been to SXSW to Techweek, and back again… and we ain’t even finished!

Stop Collecting Ideas: Get Off Your Butt and BUILD SOMETHING

Are you a front end developer looking for some back end knowledge?

Or maybe a designer looking to add some coding power to your arsenal?

Perhaps you’re an entrepreneurial type, dying to finally build that side idea that’s been burning a hole in your brain?

If any of this rings true, let me ask you one more question – what’s stopping you?

Actually, don’t answer that – I already know the answer: You don’t know how to code. I’d ask you why you haven’t learned, when there are so many free (and not-so-free) coding courses out there, but I already know the answer: you don’t WANT to learn how to code. Otherwise, you would’ve already learned.