Pretzels, Backrubs, And Booze: Late Night At The Disrupt Europe Hackathon

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Hackathons tend to get a bit nutty around the 12-hour mark. After sprinting through brainstorming and the first couple of revisions, coders, hackers, and designers are often overwhelmed, tired and, well, coming down from a Club-Mate high.

But then the pretzels and popcorn came out. Beer was served. And everyone got a second wind. Plus, the sponsored masseuse helped calm sore backs. I know he helped me.

The attendees made it through the night and eventually formed more than a 100 teams to present the next morning.