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31 01
January 31, 2015
A programming project competition. There will be mentors there to help students build applications. The task is to build something for high school students – in that wide scope you can pretty much do anything. Even if you don't go home with a prize, hopefully you'll leave chock full of new knowledge.
New York New York United States
16 01
January 16, 2015
The Valley Hackathon is a 24 hour programming contest where the teams complete to produce what the judges determine to be the best software project. Our judges will all be representatives from local technology companies. Cash prizes will be awarded to the top three teams. Sleeping bags and pillows are encouraged as this is a no break Hackathon. So be warned, you don't want to end up like milky here... Get your team together and sign up today.
Turlock California United States
15 11
November 15, 2014 hosts the second version of health hack Munich. Please save the date: 15. | 16. November 2014. Our health hackathon will take place at impact hub, Munich, Germany
Munich Bavaria Germany
24 10
October 24, 2014
Collaborate on ideas and create your teams for the Hackathon! In Naija we do things krazy fast and krazy kool Don't have enough time to plan? Not a Ninja - Plan faster you lazy futha mucka Already have plans? Not a Ninja - Cancel them Don't have a team? Not a Ninja - Do or do not, there is no complain
Yaba Lagos Nigeria
15 11
November 15, 2014
Great stories are timeless... But storytelling is always evolving. New media bring new opportunities, new ways to express the eternal human experience. Now, Comcast NBCUniversal throws down the challenge to create New Forms of Storytelling Driven by Technology. You are: designers, developers, entrepreneurs. We are: award-winning storytellers. Together, we will create next generation entertainment experiences that will change the way people think about media, forever! Apply now for the opportunity to join over 150 developers who will compete for up to $25,000 in cash and prizes. Choose from among our many partner challenges and vie for the Comcast NBCUniversal Grand Prize. To be eligible to win a Prize in the Hackathon, your team must develop a software application or platform that meets the design requirements of at least one of Comcast NBCUniversal’s Business Partner Challenges. Your hack does not need to be fully functional, but must work or play to some understandable degree at the time presented to judges. Access to content and APIs will be provided by our Business and Technology Partners.
Universal City CA United States
02 11
November 02, 2014
This workshop will focus on the bridging of the cyberinfrastructure/data visualization and polar communities and is scheduled for November 3 - 4, 2014 in New York City at the Parsons New School for Design. Improving the use and the value of existing data sets over the polar regions is crucial to promote science and support new discoveries. Ultimately, collaborations between data visualization experts and polar scientists will foster the understanding of the variability of the polar regions at different timescales, with implicit benefit for the society. The participants will be motivated by several public Polar datasets that will be acquired and made available before the starting date of the workshop. One of the expected outcomes is to produce high impact and novel prototypes and data visualizations that will be made available under open source licenses. Releasing the prototypes will allow the NSF to make longer-term investments in technologies and visualizations that can be adopted by the community. The workshop will also increase cross agency collaboration between NSF, NASA, NOAA and other Arctic/Polar related agencies. The organizing committee is composed of both cyberinfrastructure and polar experts, including participation from academia, industry, the federally funded research and development centers, and from the broader open source community. The workshop will: (1) recommend several sets of open source software for data and metadata processing; scientific workflow management; data curation; and data dissemination; (2) identify some relevant Polar data visualization techniques and assess the needs and challenges of visualizing Polar datasets; (3) package, deliver, and make available the outcomes of the workshop via a public website; and (4) provide input to the NSF Polar CyberInfrastructure program officer through a final report.
Newyork NY United States
14 11
November 14, 2014
Startup Weekends are 54-hour events designed to provide superior experiential education for technical and non-technical entrepreneurs. Beginning with Friday night pitches and continuing through brainstorming, business plan development, and basic prototype creation, Startup Weekends culminate in Sunday night demos and presentations. Participants create working startups during the event and are able to collaborate with like-minded individuals outside of their daily networks. All teams hear talks by industry leaders and receive valuable feedback from local entrepreneurials. The weekend is centered around action, innovation, and education. Whether you are looking for feedback on a idea, a co-founder, specific skill sets, or a team to help you execute, Startup Weekends are the perfect environment in which to test your idea and take the first steps towards launching your own startup. It is our job to provide you with an incredible networking and learning opportunity. Our intention is that you meet some amazing people that you might actually start a company with, build relationships with coaches, and learn from your peers. The event is intended to be a collaborative forum for sharing, learning, building, and having fun. As such, by registering as a participant, you acknowledge that any ideas shared by you or anyone else over the course of the event are contributions to the overall experience and community. If you as a participant are worried about someone stealing your ideas, please reconsider your participation in the event itself or simply refrain from sharing specifics about your idea. As a member of your startup community, you agree to to be inclusive of any and all people and their ideas. You agree to act professionally, treat everyone with respect, and treat the event facilities with proper care. You agree that you are responsible for any accidents or damages that you cause. You also agree to not hold Startup Weekend, your local volunteer team, or any of the event supporters liable for any loss, damage, injury, or any other unforeseeable incident. By Participating at the event, you grant Startup Weekend permission to capture photo/video of the event. You can find the exact legal terms on our FAQ Page but to summarize, we want to share your success with the world.
New Haven CT United States
14 11
November 14, 2014
The rise of indoor location, a hackathon within the Where Camp conference in Berlin! interactive tour guides. real-time heatmaps. indoor navigation for visually impaired. location-aware home and IoT solutions. proximity beacon interactions. real-time location sharing. indoor gamification. contextual user experiences. just to name a few of the ideas that come to mind when talking about indoor localization. namely this topic is becoming very popular these days but at the same time just a few of its applications are being discussed, not to mention developed and deployed. we want to dedicate one day to spontaneous indoor and iBeacon hacks. just to open up our imagination and think of the immense opportunities indoor location and iBeacons could offer to our society. how we could connect physical and digital worlds in a playful, useful and innovative way to benefit consumers, venue owners, event organizers, researchers, kids, parents, old people,... etc. etc. The main idea is having a fun day hacking indoor location. To bring the original hackathon spirit back, there won’t be cash prizes, but we promise iBeacon sets and something more. Breakfast, lunch and dinner will be provided as well as lots of caffeine. And of course a few rewarding pints of beer at the end of the day!
Berlin Germany
07 11
November 07, 2014
We - the employees of the Graduate School of ITIS CFI and the project team - with a willingness to help the development of creative ideas. Last year we organized a musical Hackathon RuSSIR Music Hackathon . At this time in the CFI held Hackathon applications related to word processing and text analytics. Otherwise, normally, the participants are not limited by the type of application or the platform, it may be web sites, desktop solutions, mobile applications, etc. Our Hackathon - open the event, which will be a platform for creative self-expression of people with different backgrounds: students and professional developers will be able to switch from day to day tasks for the implementation of their (and maybe not!) Original ideas, the designers will get valuable experience in creative competitions under tight time frame, and experts in the field of text processing will be able to find like-minded people and test their ideas, useful to society! Marcel Sidikov GitHub Participants will receive the best project deserved prizes. Special prizes will go to the project team, which was built on the basis of Textocat API . The only thing that the participants need - is to bring your own laptop and an identity document, and do not forget about the fighting spirit! The organizers will provide everything else - food, prizes and the Internet.
Kazan Russia
09 01
January 09, 2015
nwHacks is the more than just coding. Our event is about growing and connecting the community of awesome developers in the Pacific Northwest, to ship cool hacks long after January 11th! Anyone and everyone is welcome at nwHacks, from hackathon veterans to first-timers! A special theme to nwHacks will be hacks that help decrease CO2 emissions and/or help preserve our environment. British Columbia, Washington State, Oregon, and Alberta are currently seen as transit stations for tech companies. Designers, engineers, and business minds all flow down to California and shortly after university graduation. We want to change that. nwHacks is dedicated to creating a thriving community of technology lovers in the Pacific Northwest region by bringing together the brightest minds for an epic two day event.
Vancouver BC Canada