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October 24, 2014
Data is transforming the way journalists work – you can collect, analyze and visualize information as never before. Data journalism is an emerging field which helps people gain new insights, it reveals hidden patterns and provides context for important issues. You will work with open data sources and APIs, find stories in data sets, make them visual and think mobile – all in two days! Students and aspiring journalists, coders and designers are more than welcome! You can come in teams or register as an individual and find a team on the day. Register now to reserve your free ticket to the Munich Edition of Open Data Hack Day. The winning team will get free tickets to the global 2015 DLD conference in Munich. Other prizes include tickets to the New Faces Award 2015 and other cool stuff. On top of that, best projects will be featured in the German Edition of Huffington Post”.
München Deutschland Germany
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October 22, 2014
Many people are currently working on components of a New Economy, but too often their efforts remain fragmented and outside the mainstream of public discourse. Out of these hundreds of efforts, a movement is emerging. At this year’s Living the New Economy Convergence, Oakland will join 18 other cities around the country in bringing together entrepreneurs, investors, activists, non-profits, producers, and makers to inspire new ideas and produce tangible projects that move us closer to a New Economy. The event focuses on transformative solutions and opportunities within six intersectional tracks: Alternative Money & Finance, New Business Models, New Justice, Housing & Neighborhoods, Food Land & Water, and Local Manufacturing. It aims to convene and support all those who might contribute to an economy that is restorative to people, place, and planet, and that operates according to principles of democracy, justice and appropriate scale. Although we are lining up exciting speakers, you won't just be listening to talks. You'll be meeting and collaborating with other participants and launching project ideas. The first two days of the Convergence will resemble a traditional conference, with presentations, discussions, and workshops facilitated by New Economy thought-leaders from various sectors. The second two days will consist of a “New Economy Challenge” or hackathon, during which you'll collaborate with a team to develop a business idea, program, art project, or anything that supports the transition to a New Economy in the Bay Area. On the final day of the Convergence, four of the most promising projects will be selected for incubation with the Uptima Business Bootcamp cooperative, an innovative member-owned business accelerator program.
Oakland CA United States
11 09
September 11, 2014
The AT&T Central New York Civic App Challenge is a two month virtual hackathon for CNY's most talented computer scientists, software developers and hardware engineers to build products that have the potential to benefit the local community. - See more at: http://attcny.hackupstate.com/#sthash.tOJDBRc9.dpuf
Central New York
08 11
November 08, 2014
The First Educational High School Hackathon No coding experience required!
Cupertino CA United States
18 09
September 18, 2014
TEXTIFY is a developer challenge hosted by Chikka, a pioneer of web-to-mobile SMS systems, with the help from Smart Developer Network (Smart DevNet) to promote the use of the recently launched CHIKKA SMS API platform. Eligibility: The challenge will be open to groups with 2 to 5 members or a solo developer Participant must be 18 years of age or older who's working on a new service or app that hasn’t been entered into similar activities nor released in public Have active Chikka API account regardless if trial or paid Participants must not be currently employed by Chikka or other major event partner, sponsor or organizer
Pasig City NCR Philippines
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November 07, 2014
Hack Nashville was founded by local developers and designers following the cancellation of Startup Weekend as an answer to the question “where is the tech talent in Nashville?”. We can now proudly say, “it’s here”. This bi-annual hack-a-thon was created to provide developers and designers a place to come together in a completely organic, unrestrained environment to create. For an entire weekend, twice a year, over a hundred innovators descend on Nashville from all over and are provided with a cool atmosphere, free food, drinks and swag thanks to generous sponsors. Then, like magic, they make amazing SaaS applications, mobile apps, or even hardware mashups in only 48 hours.
Nashville TN United States
14 11
November 14, 2014
Lend Your Voice to Innovation - One Female Startup at a Time! Women’s Startup Weekend is the first women’s hackathon in the Sacramento region. This is a welcoming and supportive environment for women to: Turn their ideas into reality Practice valuable leadership and networking skills Receive beneficial coaching from local startup and tech experts Have an opportunity to virtually compete in Global Startup Weekend What is a Startup Weekend? Startup Weekends are all about learning through the act of creating. This global grassroots movement of active and empowered community leaders and entrepreneurs from a variety of backgrounds are learning the basics of founding startups and launching successful ventures. Participants with varying specialties come together to share ideas, form teams and launch startups from the bottom up. What’s different about this event? In support of Up Global's Startup Women initiative, designed to engage more female entrepreneurs and provide them the necessary resources for long term success, this startup weekend will be a focused on empowering women within our community to lend their voice to innovation. While we understand it takes a community of creative thinkers to help build an idea from concept through to execution, this event will be supporting women pitches only to align with the initiative’s goal to launch 1,500 female-led startup teams in 2014. In doing so, we ensure women are able to hone their creative and entrepreneurial talent in a safe environment that inspires risk taking and innovation with the help of the broader community of men and women ready to share their expertise to champion change and fuel new ideas. And to the winning team goes an opportunity to battle it out with thousands of other like-minded entrepreneurs in over 200 cities as part of Global Start Up Battle 2014 (part of Global Entrepreneurship Week, the world’s largest celebration of innovators and job creators who launch startups that bring ideas to life). How does it work? The concept is simple: women pitch their startup idea and receive feedback from their peers. Teams organically form around the top ideas followed by a 54 hour frenzy of business model creation, coding, designing, and market validation. The weekend culminates with presentations in front of local entrepreneurial leaders providing another opportunity for critical feedback before a final winning team is chosen. Why should I participate? Whether entrepreneurs find co-founders, meet someone new, or learn a skill far outside their usual 9-to-5 job, everyone is guaranteed to leave the event better prepared to navigate the chaotic but fun world of startups.
Sacramento CA United States
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October 21, 2014
Inventing the bank of tomorrow Do you have an idea for app which could revolutionize banking? Are you skilled in coding or design? Business apps, internet of things, virtual wallets, bank-client user experiences and bank-client social media as well as productivity apps are the key points in this innovating step forward proposed at the Leumi hackathon. If you are a developer, designer, startuper, student or passionate about new technology and banking, come and take part in inventing the bank of tomorrow in just 36 straight hours. 100% of the code created belongs to the participants.
Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel
28 09
September 28, 2014
This fall, Intel® is bringing 10 IoT Roadshow events to developer communities in cities across the US, Europe, South America and Asia. If you’re a maker, an IoT startup, a developer, a student or a hardware novice, join us, get your free Dev Kit, which includes an Intel® development board, and begin building something awesome! In addition to providing you with the Dev Kits, we will have tools, tasty food, giveaways on-site, and prizes for the best IoT solutions. Come by and tinker with the Dev Kit – which is based on Intel® architecture and designed to be hardware and software pin-compatible with Arduino. Plus it includes lots of cool sensors, software and accessories to stimulate your creativity. The Intel® IoT Roadshow will kick off with training on both the technology and Dev Kit, followed by a hackathon. You can work in teams or solo, and we will be there to help along the way! See the IoT Roadshow schedule below and choose your preferred country location. We hope to see you there!
Brooklyn NY United States
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November 14, 2014
If you always wanted to build a robot then we have an awesome weekend for you! Get Your Bot On! Robotics Hackathon is a chance for newbies, hobbyists and pros alike to come together, build a robot and have some fun. Positronic: Robots and Brains is presented in partnership with the Ontario Science Centre November 14-16, 2014. At the hackathon we will explore: Robots that think for us Robots that take care of us when we have trouble thinking Robots that leave us free to think Positronic is an exploration of robotics and brains. At the Get Your Bot On! Robotics Hackathon students, adults, families and corporate teams will creatively apply their innovation, design and prototyping skills to conceive of and build a robot. Every team is provided with a kit of tech including hardware, electronics, and building materials – everything you need to build your robot. A team of experienced mentors will be on-hand to help too! On the Friday evening you’ll meet fellow robohackers, form a team (if you don’t have one), and come up with ideas. All day Saturday and on Sunday morning you’ll be building, testing and rethinking your ideas. By Sunday afternoon everyone will get to see your awesome creation, and prizes will be awarded based on design, innovation and technical wonder. This is a BYOC event (bring your own computer). We will provide a basic kit of robot tech for each team, but you are welcome to bring your own parts, if you have them. There are only 5 rules for all robots that will be built: the robot must move in some way the robot must use a microcontroller the robot must be able to sense something in its environment or receive input the robot must be demonstrated on the final day of the hackathon the robot must in some way relate to the theme of “Brains” You don’t need any technical background. Just bring your creativity and your ideas! We haven’t worked out all the details for prizes yet but here is an idea of what we are looking for: Design – This is the “You look fabulous baby!” and ” What a sexy robot!” prize Innovation – This is the “What Genius!” and “How come I didn’t think of that!” prize Technical Achievement – This is the “How did you do that?!” and ” Robots will bow down to you.” prize
Toronto Ontario Canada