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07 11
November 07, 2014
Hack Hunger and Homelessness is a 24 hour civic hackathon connecting community based organization to the tech community. We are sparking the imagination and entrepreneurial talent of the region by using mobile and computing technology to solve two complex community challenges: Hunger and Homelessness. This event kicks off National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week and we're excited to have you join us in leading the charge. On a regional level, #HungerHack is a partner in the AT&T Civic App Challenge. You can learn more about these events below.
Syracuse NY United States
24 10
October 24, 2014
Ever wondered how quickly a video game can be made? Well WewanaPlay is going to show you by challenging coders to make a game in just 30 hours with their Halloween Hackathon which is supported by big name companies such as Unity. WewanaPlay, an innovative Birmingham based gaming startup is now turning startup creator. This weekend WewanaPlay is offering a fantastic chance to see how a Hackathon works thanks to their Halloween themed event which will take place in their head office and will also be streamed live on Twitch for everyone to follow along if you cant make it. WewanaPlay was actually started at a weekend hackathon and now they want to give back that experience to new gaming companies. Talented individuals making up 3 or more teams will be tasked with developing a working Halloween themed game in just 30 hours. The teams are free to use whatever software they wish and develop for whatever chosen platform. We don’t care as long as a brand new game is created that can be played! If you are interested in seeing what games can be produced in 30 hours and how it can be done, come watch. The WewanaPlay team will be there to welcome you; you can even watch how we eat pizza! (Warning: you might want to skip that last part) WewanaPlay hopes this event will show how fun coding can be and hopefully show how within a short time, someone with coding experience can create something which the whole world can enjoy. Well... that’s the aim anyway! Remember Flappy Birds was said to have been made in just 3 hours.
Birmingham United Kingdom
08 11
November 08, 2014
HackNJIT is a 24-hour hackathon running from November 8th to November 9th at the New Jersey Institute of Technology, during which college students will forgo sleep to build some awesome projects. We don't impose any restrictions on team formation during registration. Feel free to register by yourself, or find some friends and register together. However, we will limit a team's size to 4 participants.
Newark NJ United States
30 10
October 30, 2014
The idea is to join Limitless Virtual at a hackathon. At this hackathon there will be three types of people, namely: (i). Designers (ii). Developers (iii). Entrepreneurs - People with sustainable ideas in the Mobile IT industry. Our intention is to invite leaders and people with passions to collaborate and participate in a challenge where they will create innovative and sustainable solutions to address African needs. These ideas will be evaluated on sustainability, viability and scalability, and are intended to continue after the hackathon and spin off into a level of social responsibility.
Pretoria Gauteng South Africa
14 11
November 14, 2014
DataGenerator 2.0 is here. This version represents a 9-month, complete rewrite based on open standards and Big Data scalability. Join the DataGenerator team at our Hackathon to learn about the latest features and apply the tool to new and interesting problems. Cash prizes will be given to teams enhancing the tool in the most interesting and impactful ways. Provided : Wi-Fi Projectors and TV screens. Whiteboards and markers. Team breakout rooms with TVs and projectors. Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner. Unlimited snacks and drinks (soda, energy drinks and coffee).
Rockville MD United States
31 10
October 31, 2014
Money20/20 is the world’s largest event for payments and financial services innovation. But Money20/20 is more than just an event—it’s a catalyst that’s enabling the growth and development of the ecosystem as it evolves for connected commerce at the intersection of mobile, retail, marketing services, data and technology. With more than 7,000+ attendees, including 650 CEOs, from over 2,250 companies and 60+ countries, Money20/20 is essential for stakeholders who are working to realize their visions of the new and disruptive ways in which consumers and businesses manage, spend and borrow money. Money20/20’s agenda covers every aspect of how managing, spending and borrowing money is rapidly evolving, including the latest trends, topics and innovations. We utilize a variety of formats, such as standalone keynotes, panel discussions and co-produced content as well as demos, research, case studies and workshops. Our agenda is global and encompasses new announcements, critical debate and impactful questions.
Las Vegas Nevada United States
19 10
October 19, 2014
Developing a new small business SaaS app on the QuickBooks Online platform, or want to complete an Intuit Apps.com app or QuickBooks Online integration? Join us Oct. 20-21 for a round-the-clock Developer Hackathon and compete to win a share of $100,000 in cash prizes. We begin bright and early Monday morning by unveiling our new developer experience and tools, and a new much-requested API. Then you dive right into coding, through the night if you like, till Tuesday afternoon at 4pm. Intuit team experts (QBO engrs, tech support engrs, product managers, product marketers, dev evangelists, biz leaders, etc.) will be on hand to give you support and guidance (and food) as you design, code, and test your app. Judging begins Tuesday early evening, with an A-list panel of judges and an audience featuring: VC’s, small businesses, accountants, and peer developers. The grand-prize winner will be announced Wednesday during the QuickBooks Connect main stage keynote. Both solo and team projects (up to 5 per team) are welcome, so come prepared with ideas to impress and win small businesses, accountants, and the judges! Bring your laptop, power cords, and imagination.​ We'll provide the rest!
San Jose California United States
07 11
November 07, 2014
Music Hack Day is a time for developers, designers, programers, industry insiders and musicians to come together to create new and unique music applications. The weekend will begin with participating organizations presenting relevant music technology that may be of interest to hackers, followed by more in-depth workshops, where organizations can show attendees how to use their technology and answer any questions. Once the workshops have completed, the clock starts; hackers will have until Sunday afternoon to make their idea real. Late Sunday afternoon, hackers will be given the opportunity to present their hacks to the overall group.
Cambridge Massachusetts United States
24 10
October 24, 2014
The theme this year is RESOLUTION. Participants are encouraged to post projects to hackathon.io ahead of time — especially if you want to recruit others to help. And even if you're not coming to the event, we'd love to hear your project ideas. Here are some of the proto-ideas we have so far: Compute likely spatial and temporal resolution from some basic acquisition info: source, design, etc. Do the same but from information from the stack: trace spacing, apparent bandwidth, etc. Find and connect literature about seismic and log resolution using online bibliographic data. What does the seismic spectrum look like, given STFT limitations, or Gabor uncertainty?
Denver Colorado United States
24 10
October 24, 2014
A Science Hack Day is a hackathon for science. It is a forum that brings scientists, developers, designers, engineers, and enthusiastic people from all backgrounds together in the same physical space for one intense weekend to get inspired, get creative and make something cool, with science. For three days we provide a completely open space where creativity and inter-disciplinarity can flow. Achieving this means removing all barriers to community participation. As such, the event is free of charge for all attendees, we provide space and access to equipment and materials needed for rapid prototyping, and we provide food and shelter for our valiant science hackers to keep them hacking through the night. All of this is made possible through sponsorship. Science Hack Day is organised by volunteers and wouldn’t be possible without our sponsors. If you are interested to support us, keep reading!
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