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April 11, 2014
The 5C Hackathon is in its third year serving the Claremont Colleges, focusing on building a more engaged technical community on campus and bringing in students from all experience levels for 12 hours of food, fun, and code. Last semester, it brought in over 300 of the most talented students at Pomona, Harvey Mudd, Claremont McKenna, Scripps, and Pitzer Colleges and taught over 100 students with little to no prior coding experience about web development through its companion event, Hack Week. We're excited to be back for our fifth round this spring, promising to be bigger and better than ever. There will be more food, more prizes, and more swag - plus our traditional midnight food truck, 2 am run, and official event T-shirts. Hope to see you there!
Claremont CA United States
17 04
April 17, 2014
Hack Red Hook will take place in Pioneer Works, a 25,000 warehouse that houses artists, photographers, technologists, and creators in Brooklyn. We aim to bring together students, artists, and developers to help everyone express themselves through technology. In 24 hours we want to empower people and provide them with the tools needed for development of applications for the web, mobile phones, or even just cool hardware (i.e. wearable tech, interactive displays, etc.). There are no limits as to what can be created at the hackathon. However, prizes will be awarded in categories such as "best transportation app," "best weather preparedness app," "best community development app," etc. to help the Red Hook community.
Brooklyn NY United States
21 03
March 21, 2014
YOU HAVE OFFICIALLY BEEN CHALLENGED! Challenge Weekend will occur in five regions across the state with two apps judged to be the best from each region moving on to the finals in Denver. The Fort Collins event will start on Friday night, with work time throughout the weekend, and final judging on Sunday evening. Developers, designers, project managers, etc. are all welcome to participate in working with public data to build solutions for Colorado companies. Teams will be formed onsite based on personal interests and alignment with the five challenge statements. FULL SCHEDULE: FRIDAY, MARCH 21, 2014 6:00pm: Dinner & Drinks 7:00pm: Welcome & Introductions 7:15pm: Challenge Statements 8:30pm: Teams Form & Work 10:00pm: Wrap-Up 11:00pm: Close for Evening SATURDAY, MARCH 22, 2014 8:00am: Breakfast (Teams Work) 11:30am: Lunch & Lecture 6:00pm: Dinner & Drinks 11:00pm: Close for Evening SUNDAY, MARCH 23, 2014 8:00am: Breakfast (Teams Work) 11:30am: Lunch 6:00pm: Hard Stop, Dinner & Drinks 7:00pm: Judging
Fort Collins, CO United States
21 03
March 21, 2014
YOU HAVE OFFICIALLY BEEN CHALLENGED! Challenge Weekend will occur in five regions across the state with two apps judged to be the best from each region moving on to the finals in Denver. The Durango event will start on Friday night, with work time throughout the weekend, and final judging on Sunday evening. Developers, designers, project managers, etc. are all welcome to participate in working with public data to build solutions for Colorado companies. Teams will be formed onsite based on personal interests and alignment with the five challenge statements. FULL SCHEDULE: FRIDAY, MARCH 21, 2014 6:00pm: Dinner & Drinks 7:00pm: Welcome & Introductions 7:15pm: Challenge Statements 8:30pm: Teams Form & Work 10:00pm: Wrap-Up 11:00pm: Close for Evening SATURDAY, MARCH 22, 2014 8:00am: Breakfast (Teams Work) 11:30am: Lunch & Lecture 6:00pm: Dinner & Drinks 11:00pm: Close for Evening SUNDAY, MARCH 23, 2014 8:00am: Breakfast (Teams Work) 11:30am: Lunch 6:00pm: Hard Stop, Dinner & Drinks 7:00pm: Judging
Durango CO United States
21 03
March 21, 2014
YOU HAVE OFFICIALLY BEEN CHALLENGED! Challenge Weekend will occur in five regions across the state with two apps judged to be the best from each region moving on to the finals in Denver. The Colorado Springs event will start on Friday night, with work time throughout the weekend, and final judging on Sunday evening. Developers, designers, project managers, etc. are all welcome to participate in working with public data to build solutions for Colorado companies. Teams will be formed onsite based on personal interests and alignment with the five challenge statements. FULL SCHEDULE: FRIDAY, MARCH 21, 2014 6:00pm: Dinner & Drinks 7:00pm: Welcome & Introductions 7:15pm: Challenge Statements 8:30pm: Teams Form & Work 10:00pm: Wrap-Up 11:00pm: Close for Evening SATURDAY, MARCH 22, 2014 8:00am: Breakfast (Teams Work) 11:30am: Lunch & Lecture 6:00pm: Dinner & Drinks 11:00pm: Close for Evening SUNDAY, MARCH 23, 2014 8:00am: Breakfast (Teams Work) 11:30am: Lunch 6:00pm: Hard Stop, Dinner & Drinks 7:00pm: Judging
Colorado Springs CO United States
21 03
March 21, 2014
YOU HAVE OFFICIALLY BEEN CHALLENGED! Challenge Weekend will occur in five regions across the state with two apps judged to be the best from each region moving on to the finals in Denver. The Boulder event will start on Friday night, with work time throughout the weekend, and final judging on Sunday evening. Developers, designers, project managers, etc. are all welcome to participate in working with public data to build solutions for Colorado companies. Teams will be formed onsite based on personal interests and alignment with the five challenge statements. FULL SCHEDULE: FRIDAY, MARCH 21, 2014 6:00pm: Dinner & Drinks 7:00pm: Welcome & Introductions 7:15pm: Challenge Statements 8:30pm: Teams Form & Work 10:00pm: Wrap-Up 11:00pm: Close for Evening SATURDAY, MARCH 22, 2014: 8:00am: Breakfast (Teams Work) 11:30am: Lunch & Lecture 6:00pm: Dinner & Drinks 11:00pm: Close for Evening SUNDAY, MARCH 23, 2014: 8:00am: Breakfast (Teams Work) 11:30am: Lunch 6:00pm: Hard Stop, Dinner & Drinks 7:00pm: Judging
Boulder CO United States
21 03
March 21, 2014
YOU HAVE OFFICIALLY BEEN CHALLENGED! Challenge Weekend will occur in five regions across the state with two apps judged to be the best from each region moving on to the finals in Denver. The Grand Junction event will start on Friday night, with work time throughout the weekend, and final judging on Sunday evening. Developers, designers, project managers, etc. are all welcome to participate in working with public data to build solutions for Colorado companies. Teams will be formed onsite based on personal interests and alignment with the five challenge statements. FULL SCHEDULE: FRIDAY, MARCH 21, 2014 6:00pm: Dinner & Drinks 7:00pm: Welcome & Introductions 7:15pm: Challenge Statements 8:30pm: Teams Form & Work 10:00pm: Wrap-Up 11:00pm: Close for Evening SATURDAY, MARCH 22, 2014 8:00am: Breakfast (Teams Work) 11:30am: Lunch & Lecture 6:00pm: Dinner & Drinks 11:00pm: Close for Evening SUNDAY, MARCH 23, 2014 8:00am: Breakfast (Teams Work) 11:30am: Lunch 6:00pm: Hard Stop, Dinner & Drinks 7:00pm: Judging
Grand Junction CO United States
06 03
March 06, 2014
Hack, Create have Fun AND win a share of £7,500!: Call for Teams: Lancaster University in collaboration with the Smart Streets Project consortium are inviting teams of forward thinking students, researchers, and professional developers from across academia and industry to create innovative ideas, and develop novel digital experiences using new IoT (Internet Of Things) data APIs and services as part of the 'Smart Streets Hackathon' 2014. Participating teams will be given exclusive access to bleeding edge IoT data hubs including the Smart Streets Hub, offering datasets provided by leading highways maintenance industry organisations including Carillion Plc, Balfour Beatty & Mott MacDonald, to innovate and share solutions that address current and future challenges within the highways sector and beyond. Format and Awards: Teams will have the opportunity to compete for cash prizes from a fund of up to £7,500 looking at aspects such as data visualisation or mobile/web experience. Specific prizes will be announced on the day. At the end of the 24 hour period teams have the opportunity to pitch their ideas to an expert panel and have a chance to win one of the events awards. Team wishing to enter for an award need to have developed a software prototype ready to demonstrate in a 5 minute pitch using one or more of the datasets provided from the Smart Streets hub plus a dataset offered by a secondary IoT data hub made available (I-MOVE, STRIDE). Why attend? Hang out with friends, meet other smart people, challenge yourself and test your skills Work on projects with people you might not normally collaborate with Get access to unique data from IoT data hubs and develop prototype solutions and help inform the design of IoT data services and tools for the future Hear from IoT hub developer experts and industry data providers/consumers Learn about domain challenges and case studies of how IoT data can be applied to develop novel applications Learn about the Technology Strategy Board’s work in helping business shape the future of IoT Did we mention there is a £7,500 prize fund? Team specifics: Teams can be between 2 and 5 members in size. Please note though that team sizes may be reduced to a maximum of 3 members should the event be oversubscribed. What datasets can I expect? In addition to having access to range of publically available data sets, at this event you will be given access to data from a range of IoT Demonstrator Hubs such as Smart Street s, I-MOVE and STRIDE. These hubs provide a variety a range of novel live & historic data in areas such as highways maintenance (road repairs, gritting and drainage cleaning), transportation (local traffic systems, mobile cells) Sample data will be provided to registered applicants 1 week prior to the event to help prepare for the event.
Lancaster United Kingdom
14 03
March 14, 2014
Come hack everything mobile. Dice, the leading career website for tech professionals, is hosting a mobile hackathon. Bring your friends, skills, and ideas to build awesome mobile apps and compete for great prizes. Our hackathon gives you the chance to show off your skills, meet new people, oh, and win cold hard cash. We'll be hacking all night. Teams will compete for a prize pool of $10,000.
Ankeny IA United States
09 05
May 09, 2014
Teams of filmmakers and developers are challenged to create web documentary prototypes over two days of intense collaboration.
NYC NY United States