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July 18, 2014
The SmallBizDev Hackathon in Chicago is a chance for you to create new FINANCIAL solutions for 23 million American small businesses. With mobile technology positioned to make a real impact in this space, we want to see mobile apps that address the most critical challenges facing small businesses. So register today. The most promising submissions will win their share of our $20,000 prize purse. Plus, ALL attendees will receive 6 months of FREE access to General Assembly’s Front Row. And, thanks to a grant by Capital One, participants will also receive a $50 promo code to lend to small businesses through Kiva. Don’t know much about small business? Don’t worry. We’ve got resources to get you started. And, on the day of, we’ll walk you through the MARKET, highlighting the obstacles small businesses are wrestling with. We’ll also offer on-site experts, technical resources, and real-time user feedback to help you and your team build an app with the potential for big impact.
Chicago IL United States
25 10
October 25, 2014
What: A 26-hour hackathon around sensor data When: Saturday, 25 October 2014 - Sunday, 26 October 2014 Where: WBI Tec^Edge Innovation and Collaboration Center Why: To learn something new, build something awesome and have fun! Who: This event is open to the public. Anyone, military or civilian, may participate Challenges Challenges will be posted one day prior to the start of the event on Friday, 24 October 2014. Prizes: Cash prizes will be available. Prizes will be announced closer to the event. Competition Rules: No slides or mockups -- code only! Free / Libre / Open-source software solutions only (no closed-source solutions -- winning projects will be reviewed for compliance) Submissions must use one of the following licenses MIT Creative Commons Zero Apache 2.0 BSD 3-Clause "New" or "Revised" BSD 2-Clause "Simplified" or "FreeBSD" license Code must be publicly available at the time of submission Max team size is 5 At least 49% of team members must be physically present during demos and judging
Dayton OH United States
07 06
June 07, 2014
Join us for a Marathon Hackathon! Code for 26.2 hours amongst a group of your peers to compete for a grand prize of $1000. The event will take place in the Marathon Data Systems Office in Neptune, NJ with the goal of creating a mobile app that will connect volunteers and charities. Form your own team, work alone, or create a team upon arrival, it is up to you. At the end of the 26.2 hour period, pitch your idea to a panel of judges. Winner will be determined based on creativity, execution and usefulness of the app.
Neptune NJ United States
24 05
May 24, 2014
StudentRND Presents: CodeDay! We'll pitch ideas, form teams, and then code! The top teams will win trophies and prizes! Free food and drinks! I don't know how to code! Can I go? Of course! Part of the fun is figuring things things as you go along. We'll also have some great workshops that you can attend. Or just hang out and have fun! How does CodeDay work? It's a 24-hour event where students passionate about technology get together and build cool things together! You pitch ideas, form teams, and build a cool app or game over 24 hours! Are there any age requirements? No, the event is open to all currently enrolled students. Usually, most of the attendees are in high school and college. Middle school students that can behave independently are allowed. What should I bring? Bring a laptop to work on! If you can, please bring a power strip. If you're planning on sleeping, bring a sleeping bag, pillow, toothbrush, and anything that may make you comfortable. Will there be food? Yep! We'll have food, including vegetarian options, at CodeDay! Check out the schedule for more details. Is it possible to make an app or game in such a short time? Yes! We're constantly amazed by the results after CodeDay! For instance, Mohammad Adib created and published Sidebar, an Android app with >200,000 downloads at CodeDay!
Philadelphia PA United States
17 10
October 17, 2014
The Inventathon is a 24-hour competition to create and pitch the best solution to a healthcare problem. It can be a mobile app, an embedded device, or a conceptual drawing. You can use whatever tools you want, and we will have mentors during the competition to offer feedback. Arduinos and basic components (breadboard, cables, resistors, capacitors, sensors) will be available to those who require them. We'll give you free food and have prizes during the event. No experience necessary. Teams must have 3-5 members. Ideally, you should get people with complementary skills to join your team. Don't worry about not having a team before the event! We will form teams during the kickoff!
Los Angeles CA United States
24 05
May 24, 2014
LEARN TO MAKE SOMETHING AWESOME IN 24 HOURS. At CodeDay you'll pitch ideas, form teams around the coolest ones, and then spend 24 hours building something awesome. At the end, you'll present to judges. The top teams will win trophies and prizes! Free food and drinks! You'll have a lot of fun along the way. There will be mentors there to help if you get stuck, food, lots of coding, and a nice venue next to the beach! So come create something awesome!
Santa Monica CA United States
24 05
May 24, 2014
I don't know how to code! Can I go? Of course! Part of the fun is figuring things things as you go along. We'll also have some great workshops that you can attend. Or just hang out and have fun! How does CodeDay work? It's a 24-hour event where students passionate about technology get together and build cool things together! You pitch ideas, form teams, and build a cool app or game over 24 hours! Are there any age requirements? No, the event is open to all currently enrolled students. Usually, most of the attendees are in high school and college. Middle school students that can behave independently are allowed. What should I bring? Bring a laptop to work on! If you can, please bring a power strip. If you're planning on sleeping, bring a sleeping bag, pillow, toothbrush, and anything that may make you comfortable. Will there be food? Yep! We'll have food, including vegetarian options, at CodeDay! Check out the schedule for more details. Is it possible to make an app or game in such a short time? Yes! We're constantly amazed by the results after CodeDay! For instance, Mohammad Adib created and published Sidebar, an Android app with >200,000 downloads at CodeDay!
Houston TX United States
25 05
May 25, 2014
Pilot is a national organization that holds hands-on educational events for high school students. Students form teams, brainstorm ideas, work together to bring one of those ideas to life with technology, and then demo and pitch the apps/websites they created for awards and prizes. We engage the local community by bringing in engineers and designers who mentor these students over the course of a day and help them bring their ideas to life. Through this process students learn how to think creatively, pitch and demo their projects and more practical skills like how to code and design. Most importantly, they learn how to learn. What is a Pilot event? A Pilot event is a day long creative competition when people who are always thinking up new ideas come together for a weekend and collaborate to build them. Entrepreneurs, designers, and developers work in teams to create hacks and apps for web or mobile platforms—in our case, these creators are high school students.
Portland OR United States
09 05
May 09, 2014
AngelHack organizes innovation events and hackathons around the world. Our flagship event is the global AngelHack competition, where 10,000+ developers come together for a chance to enter our HACKcelerator program and showcase their work in SIlicon Valley. We also offer a range of services for enterprise clients to help them with developer relations around the world. Contact [email protected] if interested in learning more. In 2013, we organized 100+ hackathons around the world and we're just getting started. Looking forward to seeing you at one of our next events.
Hyderabad Andhra Pradesh India
25 05
May 25, 2014
A 2014 edition of the Hackathon is full of news. The marathon, which aims to create an application within 48 hours with the theme: "Smart Cities", held in an aquarium in the middle of Shopping Iguatemi and promises to be better than last year. To begin, all participants will win $ 500 in the Google cloud. And not for the team, is for each developer. Will say that this is not great news? And there's more, the winning team goes to Silicon Valley, California (USA), all expenses paid. But for you who signed up (or want to sign up) and is full of doubts, we list below the main. If you have any questions do not we talk here, write in the comments which will update this post with the answers soon! Combined?
Brasília Distrito Federal Brazil