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April 05, 2015
Re:publica is certainly the event in Germany, which will generate the most buzz in social channels. IBM Germany together with re:publica 2015 is calling for an #IBMHack code-competition to develop quickly and efficiently the smartest and most informative app for the analysis of the social media buzz around the re:publica 2015 based on IBM Bluemix. Take the opportunity and also visit our webcast taking place on April 30, 2015 - 4:00 p.m. to 5 p.m. to learn more about IBM Bluemix - IBM's Digital Innovation Platform. Register now: ibm.biz/Hack-rp15
Berlin Berlin Germany
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May 30, 2015
Hack for a cause! Learn from the pros on Hadoop and HDInsight, PowerBI, Machine Learning, and use big data technologies to solve real world problems! Our hackathon will be kicked-off with minimal product presentations, covering Power BI, HD Insight and Machine Learning, and followed with an exciting, but grueling, 2 days to build visualizations using these technologies. Teams of 3-5 work on challenges from local data sets, and compete for prizes.
Redmond WA USA
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October 30, 2015
The LeadingAge HackFest is a 2-day event that challenges teams of 4-6 participants to “Engage with Age” by creating a technology-driven tool aimed at improving the lives of older adults and their families. Tools may include software applications, websites, interactive online experiences, or devices.
Boston MA United States
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May 29, 2015
The challenge is to develop apps that help people be better informed, contextually and in real-time, to ultimately make smarter choices. In short, how can technology empower people to evaluate and understand risks to ultimately help them make smarter decisions. You will have the choice among 4 themes: Home, Mobility, Travel and Health. Hack on the tech you like (wearables, connected devices, hardware or mobile) and we will hold workshops with cool partners during the weekend. We have 3 great prizes for the best apps: first 10 000€ cash prize, second prize of 3 MacBook Air laptops and third prize of 3 Apple Watches. On top, you will have the chance to win a 3 month incubation in the Allianz Digital Accelerator in Munich or in a London co-working space. Join us and save the date: May 29th, 30th & 31st, in London. The event is free. Food, beverages and swag will be on us :)
London England United Kingdom
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May 02, 2015
Have a thing for digital media apps? Then register today to be part of the action at INTXHACK, the app-development challenge taking place in conjunction with INTX: The Internet & Television Expo, May 5-7 in Chicago. INTXHACK is a 24-hour hackathon that challenges developers to create apps-from-scratch using the latest APIs, tools, data and content from a huge list of today’s leading tech, media and entertainment companies. The hackathon takes place May 2-3, 2015 at 1871 – Chicago’s entrepreneurial hub for digital start-ups. Top teams will advance to the INTXHACK Finals taking place May 5-7 at Chicago’s McCormick Place West during the inaugural INTX, where they will compete to win up to $15,000 in cash and other prizes. Finalists will also be featured in a special INTX showcase exhibit giving them access to thousands of media, entertainment and investment executives and the opportunity to present their ideas.
Chicago Illinois United States
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To RSVP for this event, visit ProtoHack’s website. or visit bit.ly/protohackchi ProtoHack is the exclusive code-free hackathon for designers and business people. No coding is required. Instead you will leverage prototyping tools, drag and drop editors, mockups, wireframes and anything else you can think of to VISUALLY demo your idea on stage. (We’ve put together the best tools for non-coders, so don’t fret if you’ve never prototyped.) At the end, you or your team will present on stage to a panel of judges consisting of developers and investors to get feedback on the technical challenges of building your idea and to see if its fundable. When: Saturday, May 16th from 9:30AM to 11:59PM Where: 1871, 222 W Merchandise Mart Plaza, Chicago, IL 60654 We’ll be having Ethan Austin from GiveForward as our Keynote Speaker! Save 10% by using code HackWatch
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May 01, 2015
On Friday, May 1st 2015 we will be hosting an Interface Hackathon involving HTML, CSS, and JavaScript (but don’t feel constrained by these languages - if you feel like building an entire Enterprise in some Vulcan coding language, no one is going to stop you).
Toronto Ontario Canada
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May 30, 2015
Science Hack Day brings together scientists, engineers, programmers, designers , creators and thinkers during a 2-day setting to combine science and creation into the maker philosophy. Since 2010, there have been more than 40 Science Hack Days across more than a dozen countries. “Science Hack Day is inherently about mashing up ideas, mediums, industries and people to create spark for future ideas, collaborations and inspirations,” says Ariel Waldman, Science Hack Day’s global director. “Science should be disruptively accessible. Science Hack Day empowers people from a variety of backgrounds to explore, participate in and build new ways of interacting with and contributing to science.” What makes Science Hack Day so unique is its openness and community. Events are set up with local support, but with a global network of followers. Anyone with an idea could share the principle online or during a pitch, and find a team to elaborate the concept at the Science Hack Day. Eindhoven had its first Science Hack Day in 2012 and it proved to be a success; it has become an annual event. On a sunny* morning of May 30th, 2015, the Science Hack Day Eindhoven starts with an introduction to the themes, the (un)purpose of the hackathon and a chance to get acquainted with fellow participants. MAD emergent art center creates a platform to collaborate on its Make the Future theme, that has 4 clusters: Life in Creation, Circular Life, Human Technology and Digital Life. The teams are challenged to develop concepts towards CONNECTING from within these themes – but are still free to choose their own path. Participation is free and participant catering is fully sponsored, but registration is required! Go to Eventbrite to register via this link --> http://shd040.eventbrite.nl/?aff=estw #SHD040 2015 will unfold at VDMA, The Hub for Expats, Vestdijk 25, Eindhoven.
Eindhoven Noord-Brabant The Netherlands
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April 25, 2015
Our IEEE standard: Intelligence. Entrepreneurship. Efficiency. Emotions. Held in Belgrade, Serbia, organized by students of Mathematical faculty, University of Belgrade, it will take place on 25.04. and 26.04.2015. Bitdefender, Devana, Microsoft Development Center Serbia are some of many official partners to this event. Contestants will have 24 hours to create usable software, ground up, using everything they bring to the competition (literature, hardware, libraries, librarians,... :) ) and active internet connection. Contestants will have guaranteed peaceful and quiet environment, at least 4 meals a valuable rewards. Maximum number of teams is 8, and each team should have 3 or 4 members. The topic will be given on the day of the competition. All the other information can be found on official website (if you speak Serbian or use Google Translate like a pro) or by querying through email [email protected]
Belgrade Serbia Serbia
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April 18, 2015
The Computer Science Department at the University of Liverpool would like to invite you to come to the NeST Hackathon 2015 18th - 19th April 2015. REGISTER FOR A TICKET ON EVENTBRITE: http://www.eventbrite.com/e/nest-hackathon-tickets-16060348936?aff=efbevent At the event you will be part of a team (maximum 5 people/team) competing for prizes by developing apps that look at the uses of Big Data and Network Analysis surrounding our oceans of transport network data. The event is open to anyone who is OVER 18 who wants to come and contribute, and is an opportunity to show off your coding skills. In addition to code writing there will also be several talks and mini workshops to help you enhance your skills as a developer. This event is FREE and there will be meals provided and the event will last from Saturday morning right through until late on Sunday afternoon when the prizes will be given out for the best projects. YOU WILL NEED TO: - BE OVER 18. - BE ABLE TO BRING YOUR OWN HARDWARE AND SOFTWARE - REGISTER FOR A TICKET ON EVENTBRITE: http://www.eventbrite.com/e/nest-hackathon-tickets-16060348936?aff=efbevent For more information about the event visit either the event website: http://nest.csc.liv.ac.uk/ or the event Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/events/1386788831637818/
Liverpool UK