The S-CASE project coordinators, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTH), organised a set of hackathons this month to help showcase the final S-CASE solution. Aimed at two sets of key users the aim was to shape the development process while putting the S-CASE solution in the hands of potential future collaborators.
The two hackathons, titled ‘S-CASE hackathon4business’ and ‘S-CASE hackathon4students’, targeted web developers and undergraduate students respectively. Centre for Research and Technology Hellas / Information Technologies Institute (CERTH/ITI) participated in the hackathons as well, with a session on the Web Service Composition tool.
In this blog post we will focus on the results of the Hackathon4business, which specifically targeted web developers of companies and organisations in the vicinity of the Thessaloniki area.
Pre-hackathon survey results
Post-hackathon survey results
After the hackathon has finished and the developers have seen the platform and the procedure, we asked the attendees to fill out another survey. Fifteen (15) developers responded and the results can be found below.
Through the hackathons 6 minor bugs were identified, which is a good number based on the fact that S-CASE was tested for more than 2 to 3 hours by 63 individuals on both days.
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