On the evening of Friday, November 11th, we’ll be hosting a hackathon. People will have to travel to Antwerp, therefore we won’t be able to start early (8PM-ish) and have a hackathon for hours on end. However, as has been shown in the previous years, a couple of hours suffice to build and present impressive solutions with PDI, Mondrian or CTools.
As tradition has it, beer is an important aspect of a pre-PCM Friday evening. There are quite a number of pubs in the vicinity of the venue. ‘K. Zeppos’, named after the -at least in Belgium- world famous sixties TV series ‘Kapitein Zeppos’ and ‘Pallieter’, named after a 1916 novel by Flemish writer Felix Timmermans, just to name a few.
After a couple of hours of hacking, this is the perfect excuse to enjoy some of our famous Belgian beers. Take it easy though, these are not Amstel or Heineken!