Last week, I spent two days at Facebook Berlin, to learn about the Spark AR platform from the team that builds it – and then form teams (without people from the same company) and “hack” something.
Needless to say, the pace was very fast, many interesting ideas came out of it and, most of all, I ended up hating the reactive programming paradigm.
Until I slept and let my mind manage all that new information.
The next day, I opened up my laptop and approached Spark AR differently. Why? Here are 3+1 reasons, that I learned by doing this hackathon. Continue reading