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Hi everyone,

A couple weeks ago we decided with my friend ┼Żan to spend one weekend together, to organize a little private hackathon. The goal is to see how much work a team of 5 people can do in three days.

We are sharing our workflow, some data about our earnings, process of developing new themes (HTML and WP), helpers for themes and all other stuff that helps us to be faster and to produce better code for our themes.

We are also tweeting and posting live updates about two of our new themes that we will be released on ThemeForest.

Follow us while we code and share live: http://weekendtheming.com/ #themingweekend

Would love to hear some feedback, fire away ;)

Did you ever organized the hackathon devoted to ThemeForest coding?

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Cool idea, we did not organize it as an event, but did pull overnighters :)

Good luck, will definitely follow you guys :)

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What if Envato would organize something like this? :D And make authors work together for like a week and see what comes out? :D Now that’s something reaaaally interesting.

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