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We love hackathons they’re the embodiment of the technology spirit of creating and tearing down and creating again to get to something great.

This week we were the title sponsor for the hackathon at Linc14, Lithium Technology’s annual conference. We have a great relationship with Lithium. We certainly believe we are the go-to for anything you need to do with social technology into your enterprise. And Lithium is the platform for you to do that. There were some 50 coders, developers, managers and others from all over the world gathered to create the best solution to extend the Lithium platform.

Ranga Puranik, President at Persistent Systems presenting the winners

Ranga Puranik, President at Persistent Systems presenting the winners

Thursday in front of some 1,000 people, Ranga Puranik, President at Persistent Systems presented the winners. The overall winner was Team 90 Degrees that included Marc Zimmermann, Ramun Berger, Claudius Henriks and Gino Eposto who created a great program to integrate Google calendar with Lithium Ideas. Here is a picture of their presentation on Tuesday evening.

Team 90 Degrees, winners of Lithium Technologies LiNC14 hackathon, presenting integration of Google calendar with Lithium Ideas

We were also live tweeting from the event, you can see some of those tweets below. Be sure to follow us on twitter at

One of the teams presenting their idea to the judges


Team Starbuck at Lithium Technologies Linc14 hackathon

It’s all about fuel!

Pizzas at the hackathon

At Lithium Technologies offices in downtown San Francisco, these coding athletes convened for a day long hackathon.

Linc14 hackathon kick off


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