This is a list of books currently on my To Read shelf... literally. I do not suggest or anti-suggest any of them at this time as I haven't read them yet.
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Earlier this week, a student I'm mentoring asked about my "IP Agreements at Hackathons" post. He plans to attend the event in question and asked me specifically about the IP agreement and what it could mean for his startup.
Disclaimer: What I share here is personal opinion and analysis and does not necessarily reflect my employer's position or opinion. I was not going to share any of this publicly.. until yesterday.
Update 01 Sept 2012: If you're interested in following this story further, please check out my site WhatIs3DayStartup.com where I cover this situation in more detail.
I go to a lot of hackathons. No seriously, a LOT of hackathons. So far this year, I've mentored and/or organized Trojan Hacks in LA, API Hackday Austin, Code across America, DrupalCon Denver, Austin Startup Weekend, HackMU, Lean Startup Machine, php|tek, Random Hacks of Kindness, Sphero World Tour, DC Startup Weekend eGovernment, and next week API Hackday Dallas.