Jack Sarick posted an update

30 some-odd hours in, and I understand why I will come to hackathons for the rest of my life. We've been through (callback) hell, worn to our tattered cores. It is only in the deep wells of insanity that powerful knowledge lurks. In the moments that seemed hopeless, when all libraries failed us, nothing in the docs were helping, and even Stack Overflow was turning up blanks, I've learned things I wouldn't have guessed existed a midnight ago. Some things are practical, like the fact that in javascript ANY data type plus an empty array yields a string (weird right?), but also the less tangible stuff like perseverance, though graph theory isn't exactly grounded in reality. In sum, I've learned a decade of knowledge in just over 30 hours.

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