The ProcessMaker I/O Hackathon is entering into full gear. There are still 2 full weeks left to create something awesome and participate.
We are very excited to announce a great panel of judges for the ProcessMaker I/O Hackathon Challenge. The panel of judges consists of a high profile group of entrepreneurs and technology leaders. The judges understand the importance of the microservices API trend in software today, and as such they are keen to see what each of you can do with the ProcessMaker I/O workflow microservice.
- Clint Oram, Co-Founder & CMO of SugarCRM
- Steve Bjorg, Co-Founder & CTO of Mindtouch
- Jono Bacon, Author, Speaker, Community Manager
Remember, the Hackathon runs until October 19th at midnight PST. You can be located anywhere in the world to participate; this is a virtual hackathon. We want to see entrants from all over the world!
To participate, you will need to integrate the ProcessMaker I/O workflow microservices API in an interesting new way. You can build a workflow that performs all actions through Alexa, add workflow to your favorite ERP, store our token flow history in your favorite blockchain technology, add better workflow to Docusign or Adobe Sign, or do just about anything you want. Let’s see what you’ve got. Here is one example use case to inspire you.
Jono Bacon – Author, Speaker, Community Manager
Jono is a leading author, speaker, and community manager. Currently, he is the founder of Jono Bacon Consulting. Jono previously held positions as a a director of community at GitHub, Canonical, XPRIZE, OpenAdvantage. Jono is the author of the The Art of Community, is a writer for Forbes and opensource.com, founder of the Community Leadership Summit, and co-founder of the Bad Voltage and LugRadio podcasts.
Steve Bjorg, Co-Founder and CTO – Mindtouch
Clint helped found SugarCRM in 2004 with the goal of enabling companies around the world turn their customers into loyal fans. Today, he leads marketing and corporate development strategy for the company. Clint was one of the original architects and developers of the Sugar application and has focused on building out the product, company, partners and community in a variety of executive roles. He has 20 years of experience in the enterprise software industry and over 15 years designing and building award-winning CRM software solutions. Clint holds a BS in computer science from Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo and is the co-author of multiple CRM software patents. Clint enjoys traveling and speaking at conferences on a variety of customer experience and entrepreneurship topics, and has visited SugarCRM customers and partners in over 25 countries.