Hacker Connect January 16 in New York
An event for and by the real estate tech community

SAN FRANCISCO -- On Thursday morning, Mike Griffiths was zipping along under the influence of caffeine -- a monstrous can of Monster Energy drink and a can of Red Bull energy drink stood beside his laptop as he typed code. That capped off the "espresso or two this morning," he acknowledged, and "I don't usually have coffee." That wasn't the only "java" that Griffiths, 22, was tapping into. As senior programmer for a three-person team competing in a race to build a real estate Web application over a two-day period, he was already deep into a project involving Java programming language, PHP, Ajax, MySQL Administrator and other techie development tools that would assist in meeting a fast-approaching deadline. Griffiths has worked for Real Estate Webma...