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07 03
March 07, 2016
Hackathons in the past decade have changed the way in which companies look for talent, encouraging the young generation to be on the look out and chase time in solving simple yet varied problem statements. Around a billion people live with different disabilities across the world. They are the world's largest minority. This figure is increasing through population growth, medical advances and the ageing process, says the World Health Organization. Keeping in mind the increasing number of people who need help, the efforts towards making their lives better is an important gesture that the world can give back. Desirous of generating a plethora of ideas from the young generation pursuing technical courses in India, Titan would like to conduct this Hackathon at a national level. Innovation, technology and purpose shall meet thoughts and designs leading to advanced products that can aid the ones in need.
CHENNAI TAMIL NADU INDIA
27 04
April 27, 2016
(Please view official rules at: http://www.efsa.europa.eu/en/prizes/hackathon) Are you ready to join the EFSA Hackathon? We are looking for developers and designers with innovative ideas for developing a mobile app for EFSA. You can participate as an individual or a member of a team by submitting a prototype for a mobile app that gives access to EFSA’s recent and ongoing work in a quick, user-friendly way. The deadline for submissions is 30 June 2016. You should work on your idea before applying. You may not have a fully functioning product when you apply, but as long as the idea is in place, you’re in good shape. The creators of the five best prototypes will be invited to present them at EFSA’s premises, in Parma. At that stage, your app needs to work! In Parma you will meet other developers, designers, and innovators from all over Europe. Experts in the field of mobile app and innovation will also join in. You will present your project, share ideas and network. The first prize is €20,000, but all those invited to Parma and whose app has passed the minimum quality thresholds will receive a prize. This is a competition but it’s also a place to meet interesting people and learn something new. Just have a good time and do your best. Have fun and…happy hacking! Submit your app idea by email to: [email protected]
Parma Italy Italy
16 05
May 16, 2016
Develop the most creative location-aware app and win 1000€ in cash! Proximity Hackathon, running between 16th May – 30th June 2016 Proximi.io and Ionic are challenging all the developers all around the world to get their hands on the Proximi.io proximity platform and the Ionic framework, and combine those two to create the most out-of-the-box proximity experience. Hackathon overview Beacons, GPS geofencing, IoT devices, IndoorAtlas, any technology you want to use! Utilize the possibilities provided by indoor and outdoor positioning to make the most creative application. Mobile marketing, audio guides, analytics collection.. the opportunities are unlimited. Prices To make the competition even more exciting, we are giving out 2 PRIZES of 1000€! One for the audience favourite, and another one to the judges’ favourite. Note that audience can start voting for your app as soon as soon as it is posted on our site, so fast action is beneficial! Submitting and voting ends on June 30th 2016. How to participate Develop a mobile application that fulfils the above-mentioned criteria and make it available through App Store or Play Store. Take a couple of screen shots of the app and write a short description. You can also submit a short introductory video about your project. Send all the above-mentioned information along with the Play Store / App Store link to us via email at [email protected] with title “Hackathon”.
Online
27 05
May 27, 2016
COP21, environment, global warming, blue light, noises... Pollution is THE topic of 2016. We know that it's not sexy and we talk a lot about it but what do we do? Valtech has seized this questioning with IOT for a better life. How to go further? Leave behind our cars and hightech smartphones or watches? No !!! Militate then? Euh... How about coding, creating, innovating around pollution? This is what we do best! "IN HACK WE TRUST " In 48 hours, we will challenge you to explore the trails and develop a complete product to resolve modern pollution issues we all face one way or another. A broad topic to let your code serves your creativity! Coders, graphic designers, UX , entrepreneurs, this hackathon is for you! Wherever you're from (start-up, small businesses, public or private companies, ...), come and test your ideas ! After 48 hours of innovation, leave with your product!
Paris France
28 05
May 28, 2016
Are you interested in engineering, technology, science, making or humanitarian aid in general? Do you enjoy problem solving and making? Can you spare a few hours on a Saturday afternoon to help solve a real world development problem? We have the pleasure of inviting you to participate in a Makeathon with Field Ready on Saturday, the 28th of May. Field Ready is a start-up NGO focused on solving humanitarian supply chain problems through innovative manufacturing approaches. Aid agencies spend 60-80% of their income on procurement and logistics, yet in post-disaster responses, those in the field experience severe problems. In remote, difficult to access locations, finding unique parts – replacement parts to a medical device, pieces of a vehicle or generator, custom-made rehabilitation items such as a prosthetic limb – is a vital function for basic operations. However, these items are normally only available in major cities, or even only from an international supplier. The transport costs are often unjustifiable for unique or low volume components. Field Ready are seeking to solve these problems through local manufacture. In particular, we have a focus on additive manufacturing. The Makeathon is an event of intense brainstorming and prototyping aimed at solving a particular technical challenge. The process generally includes coming up with theoretical solutions, taking a few of them forwards to proof of concept prototyping, presenting the findings and hopefully one or more of these will serve as basis for future development. The theme of this Saturday’s Makers Hackathon will be construction quality in Haiti. Specifically, generating solutions to how concrete blocks can be quality tested on the site of delivery to ensure safe construction.
Cambridge Cambridgeshire United Kingdom

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03 06
June 03, 2016
MasterCard Trip Hack is a weekend long competition where you create an idea, turn it into a digital product and pitch it to senior figures from MasterCard and their partners, British Airways and Transport for London. The competition is open to entrepreneurs, developers, designers, marketers, bloggers… anyone with big ideas on how to revolutionise travel.
London UK
24 06
June 24, 2016
Hack Red Hook will bring together designers, engineers, coders, community planners, and inventors to design, create and install useful and interactive objects around the Red Hook neighborhood. Hardware and fabrication services will be provided. This hackathon is an opportunity for you to use ingenuity and creativity to give life to your brilliant ideas and build creative solutions for an underserved community. It is free to participate, and we will provide food, snacks, and killer prizes.
Brooklyn New York United States
11 07
July 11, 2016
TM Forum Open Hack brings together developers, designers, data scientists, entrepreneurs, enterprise designers and developers with an integrated ecosystem platform where open data, exposed open APIs and capabilities are leveraged to quickly mash together new services to solve challenges and partnering opportunities posed by cities and operators across the globe. Forum Open APIs are at the heart of this initiative whereby simple business management APIs are used to streamline business operations and rapidly mash enterprise grade solutions. These APIs are deployed in commercial settings across the globe. Today 9 of the worlds largest operators endorse and use these APIs in their business.
Vancouver Canada
28 05
May 28, 2016
Are you interested in engineering, technology, science, making or humanitarian aid in general? Do you enjoy problem solving and making? Can you spare a few hours on a Saturday afternoon to help solve a real world development problem? We have the pleasure of inviting you to participate in a Makeathon with Field Ready on Saturday, the 28th of May. Field Ready is a start-up NGO focused on solving humanitarian supply chain problems through innovative manufacturing approaches. Aid agencies spend 60-80% of their income on procurement and logistics, yet in post-disaster responses, those in the field experience severe problems. In remote, difficult to access locations, finding unique parts – replacement parts to a medical device, pieces of a vehicle or generator, custom-made rehabilitation items such as a prosthetic limb – is a vital function for basic operations. However, these items are normally only available in major cities, or even only from an international supplier. The transport costs are often unjustifiable for unique or low volume components. Field Ready are seeking to solve these problems through local manufacture. In particular, we have a focus on additive manufacturing. The Makeathon is an event of intense brainstorming and prototyping aimed at solving a particular technical challenge. The process generally includes coming up with theoretical solutions, taking a few of them forwards to proof of concept prototyping, presenting the findings and hopefully one or more of these will serve as basis for future development. The theme of this Saturday’s Makers Hackathon will be construction quality in Haiti. Specifically, generating solutions to how concrete blocks can be quality tested on the site of delivery to ensure safe construction.
Cambridge Cambridgeshire United Kingdom
16 05
May 16, 2016
Develop the most creative location-aware app and win 1000€ in cash! Proximity Hackathon, running between 16th May – 30th June 2016 Proximi.io and Ionic are challenging all the developers all around the world to get their hands on the Proximi.io proximity platform and the Ionic framework, and combine those two to create the most out-of-the-box proximity experience. Hackathon overview Beacons, GPS geofencing, IoT devices, IndoorAtlas, any technology you want to use! Utilize the possibilities provided by indoor and outdoor positioning to make the most creative application. Mobile marketing, audio guides, analytics collection.. the opportunities are unlimited. Prices To make the competition even more exciting, we are giving out 2 PRIZES of 1000€! One for the audience favourite, and another one to the judges’ favourite. Note that audience can start voting for your app as soon as soon as it is posted on our site, so fast action is beneficial! Submitting and voting ends on June 30th 2016. How to participate Develop a mobile application that fulfils the above-mentioned criteria and make it available through App Store or Play Store. Take a couple of screen shots of the app and write a short description. You can also submit a short introductory video about your project. Send all the above-mentioned information along with the Play Store / App Store link to us via email at [email protected] with title “Hackathon”.
Online
03 06
June 03, 2016
If you like APIs, Slack, Trello, IFTTT, and using bots to create and automate tasks, you might enjoy our hackathon, Hack the Office. It runs from June 3-5 and the idea is to create the smart assistant of tomorrow to make our work lives better. There’ll be APIs, €10,000 in prizes and many other surprises.
Paris Ile de France France
17 06
June 17, 2016
Louis Vuitton invites you to dive into the world of its supply chain. In this 48-hour hackathon, your one goal is to develop the future supply chain of the luxury leader using a collaborative planning platform. Rise to the challenge of managing a supply chain in real time.
Paris Ile de France France
04 06
June 04, 2016
Nuclio Venture Builder is organizing a hackathon: Nucliohack, on June 4th. The competition will last for 12 hours, in which the participants will form teams of two people to create and develop a game.The event will take place in Ironhack, the international bootcamp programming leader. The first edition of Nucliohack aims to move the technology community with challenges, to identify the most talented professionals in the sector.Participants must be tech profiles, such as backend and frontend developers. The aim is to create a game and upload it to GitHub, ready to play. The game must be able to run in common browsers without extraplugins and we appreciate if it is mobile friendly. NuclioHack ́s will select three winners based on the following criteria: gameplay, graphics, mobile support, code and browser compatibility
Barcelona Catalunya Spain
13 05
May 13, 2016
iRageCapital is looking for software developers to design and implement low-latency algorithmic strategies. Take up the challenge and stand a chance! Furthermore, top 10 rankers at this programming challenge will also be eligible for scholarship discounts at QuantInsti's Executive Program in Algorithmic Trading. QuantInsti is an independent subsidiary of iRageCapital, please visit www.quantinsti.com for more details" Essential skills Strong C/C++ skills Good with scripting languages like Perl/Python. Strong understanding of computer architecture Understanding multi-threaded programming. Comfortable with working on Linux Good to have Understanding of the financial markets Experience with distributed systems Experience with inter process communication Familiarity with R or other such tools Roles and Responsibilities Implementing new trading strategies Writing highly latency-sensitive and scalable code that will process large amounts of data. Creating tools to analyze data for patterns, working with quantitative traders to design strategies Building risk-management and performance-tracking tools Optimizing the infrastructure, both at the network as well as the programming level, by using advanced techniques to minimize latency Working with quantitative traders in efficiently operating & monitoring trading strategies on exchanges across the world Troubleshooting trading issues in real time Augmenting, improving, and redesigning the complex tools that support our global quantitative trading systems. These tools handle complex computations using a large amount of data across our production trading data centers around the world Shaping the future of the team through regular interviewing and infrequent campus recruiting trips .
11 05
May 11, 2016
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