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19 05
May 19, 2016
We’re throwing the first ever Global Accessibility Awareness Day hackathon right here in LA, and we’d love for you to be a part of it! The Solve for One Hackathon will bring LA’s tech and accessibility communities together to create prototypes, products, and experiences that make the world more accessible, one person at a time. Use your talents and expertise to help real people with real accessibility challenges. Our hackathon briefs are all based off of the real challenges real people in our community face every day. Q&A Who should attend? Hackers, makers, designers, usability experts, accessibility heroes, and basically anyone with a passion for solving real problems. Why should you attend? Because helping other people is why we do what we do. The grand mission of technology is to make useful things. What’s more useful than something that helps other people live better? When is the hackathon? Kick-off is on Global Accessibility Awareness Day, Thursday May 19th, at Team One in Los Angeles. The hackathon will continue on Saturday, May 21st, at CTRL Collective where we’ll provide space, speakers, and other surprises.
Los Angeles California United States
02 05
May 02, 2016
We are interested in working with participants to identify and create new, interactive and efficient ways of reading, disseminating, and analyzing tons of data from disparate systems. We highly encourage leveraging open source tools and other software solutions participants bring to the table. This hackathon is not just for those entrenched in the geo world! We’re interested in everything from new mapping interfaces, mobile solutions, light-weight and portable information dashboards, hardware integrations with commercial off-the-shelf tools like sensors and UAVs and everything in between! On day 2, you’ll have 3-5 minutes to demo your concept/idea to the group, including our sponsors, and then vote for the People’s Choice Award winner!
Huntsville Alabama US
22 04
April 22, 2016
Abilities Hackathon will be on April 22, 2016 - April 24, 2016, hosted by Digital Harbor Foundation. This Hackathon is meant to bring passionate people together, to identify the needs and to create/ hack products for those who have disabilities, so everyday challenges won't be so challenging. If you love to create, make, inspire, program, design, and/or develop join this great event. Individuals or teams will have the opportunity to participate in the following four tracks; Transportation/Mobility Wearables Leisure/Entertainment Open Software/Hardware There will be 15K in cash prizes made possible by Mayor's Office of Information Technology (MOIT). To learn more visit: http://abilitieshackathon.com/ Registration is live! Tickets are $20, which provides a T-Shirt as well as meals throughout the weekend. Register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/abilities-hackathon-tickets-22285583781
Baltimore Maryland USA
07 05
May 07, 2016
An event for developers, parents and early years teachers with ideas for edtech products for children aged 4 to 8. This is kindly being sponsored by Zzish, The Educational App Store and Founders and Coders. Event program: Saturday • 6:30pm: Registration/Pizza & Drinks • 6:45pm: Intro/sponsor presentations • 7:00pm: Idea presentations/team formations • 7:30pm: Start hacking! • 12:00am: Building closes Sunday • 8:30am: Building opens • 8:45pm: Breakfast • 12:30pm: Lunch • 18:00pm: Dinner • 19:00pm: Hackathon presentations • 19:30pm: Hackathon Winner Announcements • 20:00pm: Hackathon ends The main theme for this hackathon will be communication in education. Below are a series of sub themes surrounding this area: Communication and literacy assessment: Early language skills underpin subsequent reading and writing skills; therefore, children's early language development has a significant impact on future school performance. Without language and communication skills, children are unlikely to reach their full potential. Challenge:Develop a literacy app or platform to help children to articulate and express their ideas and experiences verbally. This should be done with the aim of both preventing language delays from happening and helping children with existing language delays. Parent engagement and the school readiness gap: Parents are frequently disconnected with content and information which prepares students for primary school, hence the school readiness gap existing. The main areas which parents need more awareness of are: (1) physical well-being and motor development (2) social and emotional development (3) approaches to learning (4) cognition and general knowledge Challenge: Creating a non-invasive platform that leverages existing content on parenting and enables parents to get connected to other parents through sharing personal development activities that have been successful for them and their children. Ideas around social networks for parents or apps for parent to parent engagement would be great for this. If you are interested in sponsoring this event or have an API to share, feel free to get in touch with Elizabeth at [email protected]
London United Kingdom
15 04
April 15, 2016
The I-COM Data Science Hackathon is a Global competition, connecting the magic of Data Science with the world of marketing. ​This ​was the first public CMO focused Data Science Hackathon in the world, connecting the silos of Data Science and Marketing.​ The 2nd edition of the I-COM Data Science Hackathon will take place ​from April 15th - 17th, 2016​ ​at the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (UPM).​ ​​​
Madrid Madrid Spain
21 06
June 21, 2016
HacKabataan Leyte 2016 is a three-day hackathon for students 21 years old and below where teams of 3 will come together and hack, code, and develop.
Palo Leyte Philippines
29 04
April 29, 2016
The first event of its kind, #Culturathon2016 invites writers, coders, artists, athletes to work together to create an app or prototype that transforms the field of sport or culture. The projects will be assessed by a jury and winners will have the chance to hone their idea via the Louvre Lens Vallée incubation program. You’ll also be competing for three prize packs valued at €7000. Buses will transport attendees from Paris to Lens, if desired. Register now.
Lens France
21 05
May 21, 2016
This is the first annual hackathon being hosted by the Cleveland Indians at Progressive Field. Notable sponsors include Progressive Insurance and Tech Elevator.
Cleveland Ohio United States
11 05
May 11, 2016
The second edition of Coding Hour kicks off on May 11 in Nantes, with events held simultaneously at bars in Paris, Berlin, Amsterdam and London. The inaugural Coding Hour took place on March 8 and proved that beer and algorithms go quite nicely. As always, programming enthusiasts will be offered four JavaScript challenges. These are battles of classic algorithms, where speed and accuracy determine the winner. It’s the ideal night for meeting your peers, increasing your know-how... and it’s an excuse for afterwork drinks with a difference!
Nantes France
11 05
May 11, 2016
The second edition of Coding Hour kicks off on May 11 in Paris, with events held simultaneously at bars in London, Berlin, Amsterdam and Nantes. The inaugural Coding Hour took place on March 8 and proved that beer and algorithms go quite nicely. As always, programming enthusiasts will be offered four JavaScript challenges. These are battles of classic algorithms, where speed and accuracy determine the winner. It’s the ideal night for meeting your peers, increasing your know-how... and it’s an excuse for afterwork drinks with a difference!
Paris France