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November 01, 2014
he Greenhouse and Design Tinkering Club at NYU School of Engineering have decided to answer the call made by USAID and OpenIDEOs challenge to bring together technologists, makers, hackers, designers, activists, and medical experts to work together to come up with implementable solutions to address the issue of Ebola. We are collaborating with multiple organizations, including The [email protected], to bring together the NYU community to tackle this issue and raise awareness about the seriousness of this infectious disease. Faced with the escalating Ebola epidemic and the need for a coordinated global response, USAID and partners have seen a clear urgency for innovative ideas to improve healthcare delivery and restrict the spread of the disease. This has led USAID to create a challenge How might we rapidly equip and empower the care community to fight ebola? on openIDEO, an open innovation platform, inviting the public to come together to brainstorm and develop innovative solutions for this endemic problem. All the ideas we come up with can be posted on OpenIdeo (working directly with USAID). In addition we are partnering with the There is No Limit Foundation which is working directly with the First Lady of Guinea’s foundation on the ground in Guinea. Also, to leave no stones unturned we are working in partnering with more organizations on the ground. We want to ensure that any helpful solution we come up with gets implemented! Everything done through this hackathon is intended to be open-source.
Brooklyn NY United States
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November 14, 2014
Bayes Impact is a Y Combinator-backed nonprofit that brings data science solutions to big social problems. We run a 12-month full-time fellowship for leading data scientists and work with civic and nonprofit organizations such as the Gates Foundation, Johns Hopkins and the White House. Co-hosted by Jerry Yang’s AME Cloud Ventures and Joe Lonsdale’s Formation 8, we’re inviting leading data scientists, engineers, and designers to join us for a 24-hour hackathon to create data-driven solutions for social problems being tackled by some of the most impactful organizations in the world. The winning hack will become a Bayes Impact project, staffed with full-time data scientists and engineers who will work with our partners to bring the hack to life!
San Francisco CA United States
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November 07, 2014
Wanted: Developers, thinkers, visionaries Do you have what it takes to help shape the future of travel? Join Amadeus on Friday, November 7 – Sunday, November 9 and compete for a chance to win cash prizes. Here’s the deal: _ Hackers compete on teams of 3-5 members. _ Solve at least one (1) of the four (4) travel-related challenges - revealed one week prior to hack date. _ FREE to register and participate. _ FREE food and beverages to fuel your efforts. _ Bring a team or make one when you get here. Prizes: 1. 1st place challenge winner - 1 prize per challenge - $4,000 to the team 2. 2nd place (runner-up) challenge winner - 1 prize per challenge -$2,000 to the team 3. Entrepreneurial prize winner - 1 overall winning team -$4,000 to the team and the opportunity to incubate your idea with Amadeus R&D 4. Crowd favorite prize winner - 1 overall winning team -$2,000 to the team 5. $50 Visa gift card for each college student that registers and identifies a team Prizes will be distributed evenly among team members. You need to bring: _ Open APIs (maps, social media, etc.), public databases, coding skills. _ Device for 7-minute presentation to judges. Additional info: _ Participants (individuals and ALL team members) must register, participate in the presentation and discuss their role. _ Teams must be present to participate (no virtual projects will be presented). _ Space for up to 100 developers and we’ll have a waiting list. _ All registrants much be 18 years or older.
Waltham MA United States
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November 14, 2014
The Challenge: The world of publishing is changing. Rapid advances in technology and a spirit of innovation have transformed almost all aspects of newspapers and news media. And online is not just the translation of print. Therefore we want you to explore the possibilities of online video for publishing. The Mission: Join our Media Hack Day and find new ways to reinvent and reengineer video content for the digital age. The hackathon will bring together creative programmers, designers, tech­savvy journalists and product visionaries. Join us if you are an individual developer, designer or established hackathon team. The Reward The Mediahackday takes place as a warm up for VDZ Tech Summit 2014. Prizes, an international jury and the praise from the startup community and media owners are waiting. Already got an inspiring idea?
Berlin Germany
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November 14, 2014
Athenahealth is hosting a hackathon at their corporate headquarters in Watertown, MA as part of their More Disruption Please (MDP) program! The goal of this event is to bring together inventive, forward-thinking minds to change the status quo and create disruptive solutions in healthcare today. If you are an engineer, entrepreneur, physician, designer, or scientist, then come get involved to help drive the much-needed change in healthcare. athenahealth’s aim is to provide APIs for hackers to utilize as part of the hackathon! The goal of the MDP hackathon is to bring together innovative ideas and minds to produce compelling solutions for health care. We’ll provide you with access to APIs to leverage athena’s solutions – you bring the ideas and passion! We are looking for engineers, entrepreneurs, physicians, designers, data scientists and others who want to disrupt health care. The event kicks off with a reception at Meadhall in Cambridge, Friday 11/14 at 6pm and continues Saturday and Sunday at their Watertown campus.
Watertown MA Uni
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December 05, 2014
Welcome to the World’s First Global Virtual Hackathon! Anyone can participate, no matter where you are! This event is intended to connect developers across the globe and get them to code together irrespective of their locations. You will problem solve and build with old or new team members and try to win!
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November 06, 2014
HackHolyoke(makerJam); is Mount Holyoke College's second annual 24 hour embedded systems hackathon open to 50 teams from the New England area taking place from November 7th - 8th 2014.
South Hadley MA United States
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October 17, 2014
Hearst Hack Week is the first-ever internal hackathon at Hearst! The Corp Tech team has been working on a Hearst-wide API platform and we’re thrilled to debut it during this hackathon. We want to keep logistics manageable for our first event, so this internal hackathon will be open only to US-based Hearst employees. Schedule Friday 17 October 4:00 PM ET: Welcome & live API demos @ MagLab, Hearst Tower, 11th floor (Drinks and refreshments will be provided at the tower) Friday 24 October 3:00 PM ET: Projects submission deadline on Hacker League 4:00 PM ET: Team presentations, judging, prizes @ 44 East, Hearst Tower Note: Special Considerations You can start brainstorming / hacking as soon as you get API access. If you have an idea you want to pitch to other participants, please submit it as a 'project' on Hacker League so others can see and request to join. Ideally, the teams are ready by the time we kick-off on Friday so you can get started hacking immediately. If there are any incomplete teams or projects without hackers, we will announce them at the kick off.
New York New York United States
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November 08, 2014
RamHacks is a 24-hour programming marathon for innovative developers to design and implement a software or hardware application of their choosing. RamHacks gives the most creative programmers and hackers in the region a chance to make something together. The Department of Computer Science and Ram Development at VCU are hosting this hackathon to ignite the spirit of these individuals by providing a competition with no creative boundaries. The School of Engineering intends to use this as an opportunity to engage local, national and international companies by establishing new relationships between VCU and technology driven companies.
Richmond VA United States
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November 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!
Haidian Beijing China