This year’s workshop sessions were designed to help get people talking and thinking together in smaller groups. We hope everyone had the opportunity to enjoy themselves and meet some interesting people. Each team had a maximum of 20 people from different companies and they all worked together to produce a series of specific outputs to 10 challenges. Overall available time was 90 minutes and the results were submitted online. Here are the outputs of the BADASSES MAKING BADASSES.
Name of team: BADASSES MAKING BADASSES.
BADASSES MAKING BADASSES didn’t disclose names or superpowers. They went straight to the rest of the challenges.
Using a single packet of spaghetti and marshmallows, BADASSES MAKING BADASSES built a spaghetti tower 3’9” free-standing and 8’ 5’’ tall when supported.
To better their BoS experience, they wireframed a special Mobile App. They shared some screen shots with us.
BADASSES MAKING BADASSES talked about something important they learned in BoS 2012 in a 1 minute video. Watch it to learn more.
After cutting a piece of letter paper into a ring, BADASSES MAKING BADASSES claimed 31 people passed it over their head to the floor without ring breaking. You can see for yourselves here.
They built a spaghetti bridge to span a 35.5 inches wide gap.
They created a picture that encapsulates the Business of Software Conference.
- “No more ads. Tweets are the global currency. Follower count is your new bank balance. All your profits belong to us”.
Finally, BADASSES MAKING BADASSES explained to us in a 1 minute video how software could solve scientific problems.
Thank you, BADASSES MAKING BADASSES for participating and being up to the challenge of BoS 2012 Workshop!
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