Some of the Web414 members will be trekking up to Minneapolis to compete in the F1 Website Challenge, which is a (friendly?) competition between web-builders to create web sites for Minnesota non-profit organizations.
The team from Web414 consists of Matt Gauger, Jeramey Jannene, Kevin Ciesielski, Blake Hall, Abraham Williams, Ashe Dryden, Sam Nobiensky, and Tracy Apps.
A few members of this team were responsible for kicking out ihatetreehouses.info in a matter of hours, in a late night session at BarCampMilwaukee2. Just imagine what they can do when they have an actual real-world project to focus on.
Sadly, I can’t take part, as I have to play soccer that weekend, but I look forward to seeing what they can do. And hey, it’s all for a good cause. In fact, I’ve already heard talk that a similar event for helping Wisconsin non-profit organizations may take place in Milwaukee in 2008. How’s that for cool?
I can’t help but guess that Web414 may end up using Drupal cuz most of us are fans of it. It’ll be interesting to see how they do against the other teams, who are listing things like .Net and Ruby as their platforms of choice.
Good luck Team Web414!
5 replies on “Web414 takes on the F1 Website Challenge”
What is this talk of a MKE challenge? I like.
Hopefully Jeramey can fill us in soon…
Go Team Web414!
What a MKE we are building!!
Hey… this is a really great idea. I wish they had something like this for web designers in Malaysia!