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April 25, 2014
Boost VC kicks off it's second Bitcoin Hackathon on April 25th, 2014 in the heart of downtown San Mateo. At Boost we believe that with the proper business and product guidance, any entrepreneur can build a great idea into an amazing company. Following a weekend of brainstorming, redbull, and hacking, teams present Bitcoin focused products to a panel of hand-picked industry-leading judges. Along the way, attendees will have the opportunity to attend dinner, speakers, and office hours.
San Mateo CA United States
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May 02, 2014
Game+Hack is a hackathon, an event at which computer programmers, designers and others interested in software development collaborate intensively for a day or more on a software or mobile app project. Generally, a hackathon has a specific focus, which can include the programming language used, the operating system, an application, an API, or the subject and the demographic group of the programmers. To commemorate the Burbank Community YMCA's 90th year anniversary, this Hackathon will focus on game design with a special challenge of addressing the YMCA's values in youth development, healthy living & social responsibility. Game+Hack is a venue for self-expression and creativity through technology, as well as a social and educational event where tools are provided to more novice enthusiasts to allow them to collaboratively conceive, create and code games and usable software.
Burbank CA United States
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April 25, 2014
Hacking Health is an experiment in collaboration. Our hypothesis is that the interface of front-line clinicians and technology experts will yield innovative approaches to some (not all) of healthcare’s most entrenched problems. By rapidly building and testing prototypes, we can identify the fraction of ideas that have the potential to scale and at the same time, allow others to take their learnings and apply them to new ideas. Our goal is to make this experimentation as low risk as possible for everyone involved - the individual participants, organizers, and supporters. At Hacking Health, we aim to create spaces for collaborative, interdisciplinary experimentation. We bring together health professionals and technologists to work together to prototype and problem-solve new ways to deliver healthcare. It’s a high-energy, messy process with no guarantee of success, but plenty of opportunity for new ideas and teams to form. The outcomes are probabilistic not determinate.
Hamilton Ontario Canada
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April 22, 2014
Every year The Next Web and its developer brand Kings of Code team up to host a prestigious hack battle during TNW Conference. For 36 hours we bring together an exclusive group of international coders, some of the world's leading platforms and the expertise needed to build amazing hacks. Joining means two days of coding, networking and learning from our API partners.
Amsterdam Noord-Holland Netherlands
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May 03, 2014
TechCrunch Disrupt is one of the most anticipated technology conferences of the year. We kick the conference off with our incredibly popular weekend Hackathon. The Hackathon will be held on Saturday and Sunday, May 3-4, bringing together hackers and developers from all over the world. Teams join forces to create a product within 24-hours.
New York City NY United States
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October 17, 2014
Over the next few years over 3 billion people will come online with smart phones and tablets. Most people around the world will rely on a smart phone or tablet to access the internet and applications which will empower them to solve many of the world’s problems. The Apps for Billions idea originated when the Canada India Centre at Carleton University teamed up with Datawind – a leading provider of wireless web products and services. So do you have a great idea for a mobile app? Do you have a solution to address challenges facing the next billion users to come online? The Hackathon will be an opportunity to meet and work with other talented mobile developers to make a difference.
Ottawa ON Canada
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April 11, 2014
The 2014 RVA Hackathon will be a one day, 10 hour event on April 12th, 2014. Come join us and lets make something awesome together. The RVA Hackathon will be a ten hour challenge to develop something of your choosing. There will be gifts (t-shirts, mason jars) and awards for Best in Show, Best Concept, Best Design, Best Execution, and Crowd Favorite. All we ask is that participants are honest about the amount of work they have done prior to the event on their idea so that the playing field is as level as possible. Your ticket secures you a spot at a table at our basecamp within the picturesque Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden, in addition to entrance to the park grounds for inspiration. You’ll get a light breakfast, boxed lunch & pizza for the final push, participant gifts, and have a chance to compete for awards. You can form a team or come solo.
richmond MI United States
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April 25, 2014
Appaction is a nation wide hackathon, an event for those who are excited about programming and creating cool stuff. There is a chance for you to come together for a weekend and build something unique. Developers, designers and entrepreneurs will work together as a team to develop web and mobile apps.
Islamabad Islamabad Capital Territory Pakistan
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April 10, 2014
GREETINGS GLOBAL BITCOIN COMMUNITY On behalf of the Bitcoin Alliance of Canada I wish to invite you to the first annual Bitcoin Expo in Toronto: April 11 through 13 at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. The Expo is a three-day event focused on Bitcoin community building, and will feature more than 50 prominent members of the international Bitcoin community. The Expo will provide great opportunities for global leaders, entrepreneurs, innovators, investors, and stakeholders to gather and discuss strategies to build Bitcoin organizations at the local, national, and international levels. In addition, there will be a focus on how the community can work with charities and worthy causes around the world to further the adoption of Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies. The Bitcoin Alliance of Canada itself is a non-profit organization, and proceeds from this event will go toward developing more programs and initiatives in the Bitcoin community. Other events at Bitcoin Expo 2014 include an art exhibit and auction, as well as a hackathon on the next generation of cryptocurrency technologies. There are four registration options: Free – Bitcoin tutorial only, on Saturday morning (only 200 seats available) Standard – Access to Saturday and Sunday sessions Premium – Friday banquet dinner plus access to all standard sessions VIP – Access to private events, including fireside sessions, Friday banquet dinner, and standard sessions A limited number of discounted tickets for each level are available to attendees who register prior to March 15th. The full program will be released in mid-March and, as of today, the sponsorship and exhibitor opportunities will be available on a first-come-first-served basis. For quick updates about the event, please follow the Expo’s Twitter account at @bitcoinexpoca; new speakers and program details are posted regularly. I’m excited the Bitcoin Alliance of Canada is hosting this event, and I hope you can join us. Canada welcomes you!
Toronto Ontario Canada
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April 25, 2014
Are you a woman who codes? Join a truly unique all-day hackathon in support of female tech startups in Austin. It’s $5 to participate as a coder and your donation is to ensure you’re serious about attending and goes towards refreshments. We’ll have cool door prizes, yummy food and drinks to keep you fueled all day long. All you need to bring is your smart, sassy self, laptop and open-minded attitude. Don’t worry if you don’t know anybody, groups will be formed on the day. REGISTER NOW, there are only 30 spots and we will form 10 teams of 3. Each team will work on features building capabilities for a female-led startup. Teams are composed of one experienced coder, one less experienced coder and one founder from each startup. If you are a female entrepreneur and would like to join a dedicated team to work on building features for your startup please send the following: Name of Founders Story behind your startup. (under 500 words) Explain the problem your startup is trying to solve. (140 characters) Describe what you'd like built during the hackathon (remember there’s only 8 hours of dedicated coding time). Tell us why it’s important to support female coders and entrepreneurs. Send your submission to [email protected] - REGISTER NOW, we’re booking spots on a first come, first serve basis.
Austin TX United States