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April 19, 2014
We are happy to announce the first official MakeGamesWithUs Hackathon. We will be running the event out of the San Francisco Apportable office. Join us for 28 Hours of Game Development with SpriteBuilder! We are looking for Game Developers and Designers/Artists. If you attend as a developer you should have basic coding experience. You do not need to be familiar with SpriteBuilder now, you can learn it through our tutorials. If you are a developer you should bring a Mac Computer to run SpriteBuilder.
San Francisco CA United States
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June 05, 2014
Discover the latest ways to add communications to your application, services and business processes; listen to expert speakers from around the world; see amazing new technologies; and meet the international community of telecom app developers innovating in communications. TADHack the only global meeting place for developers who want to learn, share, code and create across the breath of tools and technologies available to developers in telecommunications. TADHack will be live-streamed from Madrid enabling teams to compete remotely.
Madrid Madrid Spain
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May 23, 2014
Welcome to HACKAKL:Transport, Auckland’s first civic hacking event. This is an open invitation to designers, software developers, architects, activists, innovators or anyone who wants to be involved to participate in a weekend of ‘hacking for good’. In what we hope is the first of many, this event seeks to establish a community of innovators and developers who are interested in making an ongoing contribution to civic solutions that leverage open government data, from both regional and national sources. This is about thinking differently and leveraging the power of a community and creative problem solving. If we are successful, not only will we have some cool ideas and creative solutions, but more importantly, we will have formed a community (HACKAKL) within a community (Auckland and New Zealand ) that is willing to own the ‘civic hacking for good’ agenda going forward.
Auckland Auckland New Zealand
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April 13, 2014
We’ve got an app challenge for you: Build a native mobile application (Android or iOS) that leverages our AT&T U-verse® Enabled APIs to let your mobile application communicate with the U-verse receiver. Our U-verse Enabled APIs allow your application to connect to a U-verse receiver, integrate remote control functions, channel tunes, enable next generation discovery, and display content on the television! To encourage entrants of this challenge to be as disruptive and innovative as possible we have broken the contest down into three categories: music, gaming, and wildcard. The wildcard category encompasses apps that will focus on everything—from TV navigation to social media to health-related apps—and allows you to exercise your application imagination. Make sure you bring your creative A-game.
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May 30, 2014
What makes AngelHack the best hackathon series on the planet? Developer bootcamps to teach Android and iOS development. 100′s of developers and designers at the event for you to work with. Incentives throughout the event to encourage teams helping one another. $100,000s in sponsor prizes. Fun toys and games spread throughout the venue. Great food and lots of it. Coding through the night (with pillows). Top teams entering the HACKcelerator pre-accelerator program. Sponsor awards, breakout sessions, and post-event parties Mandatory Demos. Banning of slide decks. And code reviews to ensure winning teams are within the rules.
NYC NY United States
11 04
April 11, 2014
For a second consecutive time, on the weekend of the 12th and 13th April 2014, the Department of Computer Science, University of York, will be hosting the third edition of NASA's International Space Apps Challenge - a free 2-day global hackathon. This is an opportunity for you to tackle real-world challenges to improve life on Earth and in space! Whether you are a designer, software developer, technologist or simply have an enthusiasm for solving problems, this is the event for you! No programming experience is necessary. However, if you are a programmer and want to develop an app you are more than welcome to participate! The International Space Apps Challenge, now in its third edition, is a unique annual hackathon type of event, which will take place in over 90 locations worldwide simultaneously. In 2013 it attracted more than 9000 simultaneous participants from all over the globe! At the event, you will form a team with others taking part in the hackathon, and you and your team will be focused on solving a particular challenge. You will compete with other teams around the world and you will be able to use publicly available data to create your own solution to NASA's global challenges. This year's challenges will focus on five themes: Earth Watch, Technology in Space, Human Spaceflight, Robotics and Asteroids. Participants compete against teams locally and globally to win prizes, with the global winning team receiving special attention from NASA, including a support package to further develop the winning app. UK winners will also be invited to present their solutions at the Victoria and Albert museum in London. In order to attend the event you must register on-line at: https://2014.spaceappschallenge.org/location/york/ You can also keep in touch via Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/SpaceAppsYork or follow us on twitter at: https://twitter.com/spaceappsyork If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact us on [email protected]
Heslington York United Kingdom
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March 18, 2014
After the huge success of our Big Data Hackathon, we invite you to the Venturesity "Get out the vote! Get out the voice!" Android Hackathon. We are partnering up with hackers, designers, community activists and startups for this hackathon. A unique hackathon for a unique country. The largest democracy in the world will go for its most important elections ever. This election will see 150 million first time voters; and the most influential group will be those in the 19-35 age group. It's this age group that has the easiest access to and is most comfortable with technology. keeping in mind that in a democracy decisions are made by those who show up, we at Venturesity have taken up the challenge to make a difference in the way democracy works. In a country where more people have reliable access to cell phones rather than electricity, can you build something to get the vote out? Can you make an app that will make commoners' voices heard in a country where progress is getting restricted to happening only before elections? While voters are apathetic and politicians indifferent, can you build something that can make a difference?
Bangalore Karnataka India
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May 29, 2014
On the weekend of May 30th 2014, designers, coders, hackers and creative people will descend on Galvanize to hack and build apps to improve Colorado. Local government agencies and public organizations will liberate their data, and private companies from throughout the community will provide APIs, people, and other resources, to help you build awesome tech for societal good. The White House wants you to hack for a better America. Represent Colorado, during the National Day Of Civic Hacking and solve challenges relevant to your neighborhoods, cities, and state.
Denver CO United States
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March 23, 2014
The Pebble App Challenge is a competition to find the best 16 apps of the Pebble appstore and match them against each other until the best app is revealed!
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April 11, 2014
The Nerdery is committed to bringing its annual hackathon to all communities where its Nerds live and work. This year, that means simultaneous nerdy deeds in Chicago, Kansas City and the Twin Cities. Since the first Overnight Website Challenge in 2008, more than $4 million in professional services have been donated to 114 nonprofits.
Kansas City MO United States