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May 18, 2014
Wonder Women Hacks is a two day hackathon for visionary women, teens and men who are passionate about the ever changing needs of women across the planet. It will be held with the California Women's Conference, the largest women's conference in the nation, at the Long Beach Convention Center (Long Beach, California) on May 19th and 20th. Participation is FREE! This will be a unique hackathon with fun perks for participants. Win Prizes!
Long Beach CA United States
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April 04, 2014
DNA Digest's Third Hackday 5th of April - WC1E 6JA 10a Capper Street, Wayra, London. Can we build the first step solution to improving data discovery to benefit disease research? Today, open sharing and easy access to DNA sequencing data from clinical samples is limited due to privacy concerns and interoperability difficulties. The lack of sharing impedes the progress of genomics research, affecting all genetic disease research from cancer to rare diseases. DNA Digest is working to solve these issues for the benefit of research, patients and their families. As part of this work DNAdigest invites you to a day of brainstorming, ideation and hacking to build the first prototype solution in making finding these data sets easier. Registration starts at 9:00 and the Hack Day activities start at 9:30 Hacking finished at 17:00 our detailed agenda is being prepared. Who is invited? Everyone with an interest in the topic including software developers, scientists, patients, medical professionals and family. A broad perspective from participants will allow for innovative ideas and unexpected solutions. Our previous hackdays have benefited vastly from this multitude of experiences and perspectives, please join us. I love data, but know nothing of genetics? You do not need to be well versed in neither genetics or data, as long as you are keen for solving problems. Our discussions will revolve about the cultural as well as the technical issues that need to be addressed. What happens at the DNAdigest Hack Day? We will begin with a basic introduction to the problem in the morning addressing the issues that hinder easy data access today. The general discussion will be followed by group workshops to identify the stakeholder perspectives, and in the afternoon we will form groups based on interests and hack and prototype our way towards feasible solutions. Among other things, we will be exploring concepts related to: feasibility of solutions, Data reproducibility and open science, incentives for users to share access to data For the technically minded, we will be exploring problems related to: user interface, database model, indexing of metadata, data security Why would you get involved? Easier access to data will speed up advancements in research for treatments, cures for genetic diseases and benefit human wellbeing. At DNAdigest we believe that the research community owe good data management to the patients that have consented for their data to be used for research. Join the DNAdigest Hack Day to make solutions happen Keywords: #OpenScience #OpenData #EMR #ReproducibleResults #HackDay #rarediseases #cancer #research #genetics #genomics #bioinformatics #BigData #Security Visit our website on www.dnadigest.org, our Crowdfund on www.tiny.cc/funddna or tweet us on @DNAdigest
London London United Kingdom
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October 04, 2014
The MABX Hackathon will be held Saturday, May 10, 2014 at Harrisburg University in downtown Harrisburg, PA from 8:30 am – 4 pm followed by a social event until 6 pm at MoMo’s afterwards where the winners will be announced. The minimum student age to attend is 14. Students and professionals are invited to attend and participate. Registration is free and complimentary food and beverages will be provided to all registrants. Attendees will BYOC – bring your own computer. No equipment will be provided. Power and wireless internet will be provided.
Harrisburg PA United States
08 04
April 08, 2014
“Enrich the experience of the city in an application for a personal wearable device that contributes to and interact with (Rotterdam) Open Data.” In short, the challenge for this Hackathon consists of the development of a 'Personal API', where, instead of developing a service based on data in the open domain, the service adds data to the open domain. This Personal API can, in turn, be used in other applications and services. Think of it as a "data of the crowds".
Rotterdam Rotterdam Netherlands
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May 14, 2014
Use technology to improve your local government. Tap into your community pride and your activist spirit, bring your ideas and your technological know-how and take the Challenge. Showcase your own ideas or collaborate with others in your community to see how quickly you can design and create a software app or concept that addresses a community need in Alameda County. Please note: registration is mandatory
Dublin CA United States
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April 25, 2014
HackTheTownHall 2014 SATURDAY 26 APRIL 09.00 – SUNDAY 27 APRIL 17:30 In response to the recent flood disasters, this year’s HackTheTownHall will focus on creating apps and tools to help disaster emergency preparedness, response and recovery by residents, local agencies and governments. What it’s all about To make use of public (and some private) datasets –tidal and river level data, flood maps, groundwater and flood risk data etc. from the Environmental Agency, Ordnance Survey, the Met Office and other agencies, to build useful tools for citizens and governments to better cope with flood emergencies. Event schedule The hackathon takes place over two days, Saturday 27 and Sunday 28 April 2013. Saturday 26 April 2014 09.00-10.00: Registration and breakfast 10.00-11.10: Briefings (see below) 11.10-12.30: Group networking and coding 12.30–1.30: Lunch 1.30–2.00: Ninety second shout-out: say what you hope to build; say what resource you need to build it; invite others to join you 2.00 onwards: Coding Format Network with others to form teams. Use the shout-out to recruit team members. The maximum number in a team is four. The coding period runs from Saturday until 3.00pm on Sunday afternoon. Make sure to fill out a team sheet and begin to prepare presentations for the pitch. Software resources Devs may build their prototypes via native code, APIs or templates. You may use any data analysis, processing or visualization tool you need to build your app.
London London United Kingdom
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March 28, 2014
Hackathon In this event you can join the Eclipse community to help improving Eclipse. No previous Eclipse development knowledge is required. In this event you can learn how to help Eclipse by: hacking the Eclipse source code testing Eclipse validating Eclipse bug reports If you are an Eclipse user, contributor or committer, we hope this event will be a lot of fun for you. Attendees can hack away with the help of experiences Eclipse developers and can help to improve the Eclipse platform and its projects. So, bring your laptop and be ready to see some code! Date and Time 2014/03/28 starting at 6:00 p.m. and ending approx. around 11:30 p.m. Projects We'll try to support the following solutions for this upcoming Hackathon: Target Platform for the 4.4.x build Team Project Set (*.psf) for an easy checkout of the sources Preparation It will be helpful if you register your user already for Gerrit contributions and make yourself familiar with the Eclipse platform. See lists of resources for futher information. Who Is Attending If you plan on attending, please add your name and email address to the list below. We use the email to notify you in case something changes. If you have any trouble with the wiki, just send an email to the organizers. Christian Hempe Matthias Mailänder, vogella GmbH Tobias Baumann Felix Heppner, oose GmbH
Hamburg Hamburg Germany
12 04
April 12, 2014
The Plan: A one day weekend hackathon, 12th April 2014, in Swindon, UK at the Meadowcroft community centre. When? April 12th, 2014. 10:30 - 9:30pm (setup 10am, clear hall by 10pm) What for? (Suggestions) Hacking on DBIx::Class itself: A hefty prepared collection of tickets will be available to contribute to Ribasushi has volunteered a couple talks on DBIx::Class architechure (deeply technical), mebbe we can get mst as well.. Revitalize the effort to documenting DBIC in a more accessible manner Sorting out the website Playing with Data::Query (the new query language innards) Work on your own DBIC-based code with access to instant help from core maintainers. How many? The booked venue is a community hall and should have tables for at least 15 (they tell me). I've put 20 on the tickets so that we can plan for food etc. Will worry about extra if that problem arrives. Please book early to help plan! Budget/Sponsored: Breakfast/snacks/lunch Internet, if the venue has it available Local wifi network + server with CPAN Development environment on server available if required (you'll just need a laptop/tablet with ssh+keyboard) Room hire (tables, chairs, power) Attendee pays: Transport Accommodation (block booking may make cheaper, but only with planning). Evening meals
Swindon Wiltshire United Kingdom
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April 11, 2014
What if SWIFT never existed? What if you were to build a completely new platform for financial transactions? Startupbootcamp FinTech believes in brilliant people, able to turn existing models upside down and come up with mind-blowing solutions in 48 hours. The focus of this hackathon is on payments. The rest is up to you. We're looking for the brightest coders, biz devs and designers ready to challenge the status quo, and come up with ideas to improve or completely rethink current payments processes, in 48 hours.
London London United Kingdom
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May 31, 2014
This is our second City of Houston hackathon. You can watch a short video of the first hackathon here. This hackathon is Houston's contribution to Code for America's National Day of Civic Hacking. Using publicly accessible data, software developers can build applications that improve the quality of life for Houston's citizens. In Houston, open data has led to a data visualization of the general fund, as well as a data visualization of 311 service requests. Both projects got their start at hackathons. Publishing non-critical datasets allows the City of Houston to harness the power of our talented technology community.
Houston TX United States