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February 15, 2014
From January – March 2014, the U.S. Department of Energy is holding an “Apps for Energy II” contest that will award the best web and mobile apps using the Department of Energy API's, standards and tools to solve some of America’s most important energy challenges. To kick off the contest, we’re holding a hackathon where developers, designers and energy professionals can meet up, brainstorm ideas, form teams and start working on apps to submit to the contest. We will have representatives from the Department of Energy and other mentors on hand to help you get started, and we will be awarding prizes for the “best demos” at the end of the hackathon. Teams that form up at the hackathon will be encouraged to submit their finished apps to the Contest by March 9, 2014 to be eligible for the Contest’s main cash prizes.
Cambridge MA United States
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February 18, 2014
We all appreciate the genius ideas born from pub banter. PubHack is a 10 hour tech based hackathon which lets you take those ideas to the next level. Each team (min 1, max 4) will get a brief at the beginning of the day, and can create anything in response. You can make a website, an app, or even a game. Anything goes! Each team will be able to present their idea at the end of the day, and the judges (tbc) will present awesome awards and prizes.
Portsmouth Hampshire United Kingdom
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February 28, 2014
Technopop is an exciting and FREE pop-up science, technology, design and innovation festival, aimed at 6 – 19 year olds. Launching in Spring 2014 at TIQ Stratford City (The International Quarter), Technopop London will pop-up for 8 weeks with a fully immersive technology exhibition alongside an interactive programme of educational workshops and events.
Stratford City London United Kingdom
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February 21, 2014
As part of OPEN Glasgow, Future City | Glasgow is challenging citizens to re-imagine the future with the launch of four hackathons – Future Hacks. Participants will compete to win a share of a cash prize fund of £20,000.
G1 5QH Glasgow United Kingdom
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February 07, 2014
This Geeklist #Hack4Good will take place in tandem around the world onsite and online, in 50+ cities, with over 5,000 developers, to present ideas, form teams and build projects using each of our individual strengths in software development, technology and entrepreneurship. NGO's and participants alike can add ideas to help make the world a better place, turn those ideas into projects, unite teams and make those ideas become a reality - all in a 48 hour sprint to hack a better world together. We are comprised of software engineers and hackers, ui/ux designers, product developers and founders, leaders, thinkers and civic minded organizations. We give products built at our hackathons perpetual life and help them live on and progress beyond the event. Participants completing the event also become immediate members of our Geeklist Corps of Developers. "Hack a better world with us." We look forward to working with such esteemed non-profits and NGO's like Oxfam, Amnesty International, Global Fund, United Nations OCHA, GOAL Ireland, Friend of the Earth and many others.
Taylor's Ln Dublin Ireland
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February 11, 2014
The Stride Internet of Things project is running a programming event in Leeds. Entrants can work in groups of one, two or three to build exciting transport-related apps, beautiful visualizations, or conduct insightful pieces of data analysis.
Salem Church Leeds United Kingdom
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March 21, 2014
Girl Geek Sydney in coordination with a great group of sponsors is holding their first ever Hackathon – SheHacks! The event runs over two days. Friday from 6pm – Midnight and Sat from 9am-6pm.
Pyrmont New South Wales Australia
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February 21, 2014
This is our first of many hardware hackathons for developers in the greater Bozeman area. Teams are invited to build robots, wearables, or whatever they can dream up during the alloted time. We will provide all the tools and components your teams will need. Each team will be presented with a "build box" of identical components. Each team can do what they desire with the "build boxes," heck even include the box itself in the project.
Bozeman MT Canada
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February 14, 2014
his is a community hackathon intended for collaboration and learning in the student community. We value the participation of each member of the student community and want all attendees to have an enjoyable and fulfilling experience. Accordingly, all attendees are expected to show respect and courtesy to other attendees throughout the hackathon.
Madison WI Canada
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March 28, 2014
Cleanweb Netherlands Hackathon 36 hours of applied innovation March 29-30, 2014 Rotterdam The first Cleanweb Hackathon in the Netherlands The Cleanweb Hackathon is the first Hackathon in the Netherlands which works on Clean Tech related solutions. It provides a great opportunity to promote yourself and your skills as an entrepreneur, it specialist or company within to Clean Tech movement! Do you want to make an idea come to life, improve your skill set and meet like-minded people while making the world a better place? During the event you have 36 hours to plan and take your idea to prototype. You will work (preferably) with a team to build solution on these topics: Main topic: Decentralized energy solutions - supported by the City of Rotterdam Open entry: Waste management Smart transport solutions Climate Change Energy efficiency You will join about 125 other hackers, husslers, entrepreneurs and students who will work in teams to build innovative IT solutions that aim to make the world a better, cleaner and more sustainable place. At the venue there will be coaches to assist the teams through the process. The coaches are experts from a variety of backgrounds. On Sunday evening the teams will present their ideas and solutions in front of a jury composed of investors, entrepreneurs and policy makers. The winners will be awarded a cash and in kind prize. The specifics TBA. Event Overview (program is bound to change. To be finalized 1 week prior to event) Saturday, March 29 09.00 - Doors open 10.00 - Kick-off by Blake Burris (Cleanweb CEO & Hacktivist) 11.00 - Teams are formed 12.00 - Grab a broodje & get to work! 18.00 - Dinner 20.00 - Power talk (speaker TBA) Non-stop hacking. Bring your sleeping bag for napping! Sunday, March 30 09.00 - Day kick-off with strong coffee & power breakfast 12.00 - Lunch 13.00 - Test pitches 16.00 - submit final presentations 17.00 - Soup + small dinner 19.00 - Final presentations begin 20.00 - Winners announced and prizes awarded 21.00 - Drinks Who are you? You are a passionate entrepreneur, developer, designer or whiz kid. You are you capable of developing apps, programs or new products. You want to help make the world a better and more sustainable place. Who are we? We are Cleanweb, a worldwide movement of developers, entrepreneurs, investors, and enterprises large and small who believe that the growing web of information technologies may be our most powerful - and profitable - tool to improve global sustainability, economic prosperity, and human well being. Cleanweb is a meme, a movement, a market, and a living, viral phenomenon - and perhaps the biggest impact and economic opportunity of our time. To make this great event happen we need some help, and we are getting from these awesome partners: Main Partners Clean Tech Delta, Gemeente Rotterdam Supporting Partners Erasmus Centrer of Entrepreneurship, Rockstart Accelerator
3029AK Rotterdam Netherlands