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March 07, 2014
LadyHacks is Philadelphia’s women only* hackathon, a community event for women of all skill levels to work collaboratively on projects using technology to provide solutions. We follow the model of a civic hackathon, with a goal of working on projects for the social good rather than hosting a competition for a commercial product. However, as a hackathon we encourage all attendees to bring their own ideas to the table, and everyone will have the opportunity to suggest a project. The theme for 2014 is A <? Room() ?> of One’s Own. In 1929 Virgina Woolf published A Room of One’s Own, which argued that women’s lack of access to education, financial independence and a room of their own held them back from achieving equality with men in the sphere of publishing. Today we see stark gender gaps in STEM awarded degrees and consequently in STEM fields. While there are no easy answers to the complex problem of gender inequity, we encourage attendees to form projects around what you think Room() should return to fill in this gap.
Philadelphia PA United States
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February 21, 2014
OpenData Monterrey es un espacio colaborativo de hacking cívico y social en donde ciudadanos, programadores, diseñadores, periodistas y entusiastas se reúnen a transformar datos abiertos en aplicaciones útiles para la sociedad. ================ Thanks for this member in HackathonWatch community, although I can't read Spainish. grrrrrrrr ================
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April 23, 2014
The Center for Business & Information Technologies at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette is seeking innovative thinkers and programmers of all types that want to change the world and improve health care outcomes. Everyone is welcome to participate! • Undergraduate and graduate students • Professional software developers and engineers • Health Care Professionals • Educators • Entrepreneurs • Marketing & Business Strategists CajunCodeFest 3.0 is a healthcare coding competition where participants organize themselves into teams and over a 27-hour period, build exciting new prototypes and tools focusing on creating innovative solutions for cash and prizes. This year, solutions that encourage individuals to “Age in Place” to maintain quality of life as patients grow older and want to live at home will be the primary focus/theme. A sub-theme to the event will include the “Internet of Things” (IOT), specifically how uniquely identifiable objects and their virtual representations can help people “Age in Place”. The event will be April 23-25, 2014 at the Cecil J. Picard Center for Child Development and Lifelong Learning in the UL Lafayette Research Park. The maximum number of members per team is six. You do not have to be part of a team to participate. Individuals that register can attend the team building session on Wednesday, April 23 to obtain team members. Last year, six winning teams walked away with prizes and money valued at $52,000. The Grand Prize team won $25,000 in 2012 & 2013! The Best Student Team Prize is returning for 2014! Don’t miss Tech Talks from National Leaders in Health Care! - Open to the public! Invite a friend! CajunCodeFest has partnered with the Louisiana Chapter of Health Information Management Systems Society to bring excellent tech talks and buzz-worthy speakers discussing cutting edge issues in health care technology to UL Lafayette. The plenary sessions will be on Thursday, April 24 at the LITE Center Auditorium. • Bryan Sivak, Chief Technology Officer, US Health & Human Services • Kathy Kliebert, Secretary, Louisiana Department of Health & Hospitals • Jody Holtzman, Senior Vice President, Thought Leadership, AARP *Full agenda will be announced as confirmed. All participants and plenary session guests must register! Registration is FREE, but space is limited so reserve your seat today at Email [email protected] or call 337.482.0627 for details. Follow the Buzz Facebook Twitter or #CCF3 Youtube
LA United States
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April 01, 2014
The R&D team at Bazaarvoice is excited to host our first ever, public technical conference and hackathon to drive innovation in the social commerce space. Born right here in Austin, Bazaarvoice is the leader in the social commerce space delivering a platform which serves over a billion impressions a day. Creating this hackathon is one way that Bazaarvoice is giving back to the Austin tech community who has helped make us so successful. We have assembled a great group of speakers and mentors to help accelerate and inspire you to build some amazing new applications. We have also partnered with a few of our customers to make their data available for you to hack on. For the first time ever, we are opening up our platform, our mobile SDK, and our Developer API to you. This is a 3 day event that kicks off with a technical conference focused on 3 different tracks: * Scaling a network & platform * Creating social products on the Bazaarvoice platform *Innovation, Entrepreneurship and building great teams, culture and product The goal of the conference is to inspire you to build great things. After the conference, we will kick off the hackathon. Bazaarvoice Product Managers and a few of our Customers will lead a Pitch Fest (Shark Tank style) to seed you with ideas and to try to convince you to hack on their idea. Form a team, pick one of their ideas or any idea you are passionate about, and start hacking. There will be free wifi, power, energy drinks, beer, games, massages, music, and fun. Work hard! Play hard! At the end of the hackathon, teams will have 3 minutes to demo their app to the group, judges and customers and 2 minutes for Q&A. Winners will be awarded in multiple categories, there will be prizes, and funstivities for all. Book your ticket now RSVP
Austin TA United States
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February 21, 2014
Miami FL United States
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April 22, 2014
Join us for 48 hours of fun and excitement as top software teams race to uncover the hidden secrets of health care data> Health care is experiencing an unprecedented explosion in data. This special track at the 2014 SRIII Global Meeting will compare different approaches to health care analytics and generate useful real-world insights for health care providers and payers, academics, technology vendors, investors, and anyone else who wants to better understand the state of health care analytics today.
San Jose CA United States
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April 10, 2014
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CA United States
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July 11, 2014
Takeaway 1: Participants will collaboratively create new resources, such as mobile or web applications that make government data more accessible. Takeaway 2: Participants will work in teams of diverse professions to draft a plan and timeline for their project. Takeaway 3: Participants will utilize time management skills to complete their projects within the specified time. A hackathon is an event that brings together those with the knowledge of available resources and needs (e.g., law librarians) with those who have the technology knowledge to build new and unique projects, such as mobile and web applications. For this workshop, San Antonio programmers and designers will be invited to join with law librarians to use technology to transform a government data set into new resources that will increase the data's accessibility and discoverability. Teams of librarians and technologists will work collaboratively to plan and implement these projects. The main goals for this hackathon are to create new information sources for patrons and librarians using government information, and to build relationships between the two groups that will go beyond this event and encourage further collaboration in the development of information resources. Who should attend: Anyone interested in creating a new information resource, improving the accessibility and discoverability of government information, giving back to the community, and increasing their technology knowledge and skills
San Antonio TX United States
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February 13, 2014
The Annual NYUAD International Hackathon is a three-day programming marathon, during which renowned international computer science professors, founders of successful startups, technology professionals, and venture capitalists come together at NYUAD to lead teams of talented computer science students from allover the world (The majority of the students will be from the Arab World) to create mobile and web applications. The teams will develop innovative applications relevant to diverse fields such as health, education, film, music, business, and science for the benefit of social good in the Arab World. The goal of the NYUAD Hackathon is to promote innovation in computer science, tech startups, and the development of innovative technology for the social good. This event will provide an opportunity for students in the Arab world to experience the full cycle of creating a tech startup (sharing and generating ideas, pitching ideas, learning new platforms and programming languages, designing and developing mobile and web applications, and working with a team).
Abu Dhabi Abu Dhabi United Arab Emirates
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February 28, 2014
Little Oregon Laboratory is a weekend hackathon centered on the intersection of development and design. Sponsored and hosted by CrowdCompass by Cvent, you’ll have 48 uninterrupted hours to build the coolest, most effective tool you can dream up. The only rule? Keep it mobile. This is our first-ever hackathon, and we’re pumped to be gathering Portland’s top talent together for a weekend of innovation and camaraderie. We’ll keep you satisfied with local food, coffee and beverages so you can focus on the task at hand. Registration will be limited to 50 people, and we’ll be raffling off spots to keep a 50/50 balance between developers and designers. Total cost for the weekend is just $40, which includes your food, wifi and prizes. Payment will be accepted when you arrive in the form of cash, credit, debit, Square Wallet or, if you want to be that person, check.
Portland OR United States