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April 21, 2014
HackRU is a 24-hour student hackathon. Students (like you) will work alone or in small teams to envision, create, and demo an application. At the start of the hackathon, we will have several companies present their technologies. You can use these in your applications. Throughout the day, you will be surrounded by mentors from our sponsoring companies, and fellow hackers who will help you along the way. At the end of 24 hours, we will all huddle together with a panel of judges who will award prizes for the best hacks. As a whole, HackRU will be an incredible experience for learning and creation. HackRU is organized by the Undergraduate Student Alliance of Computer Scientists (USACS). What started as a small event, held in empty classrooms and scraped together by passionate hackers, has evolved into a huge inter-school event.
New Brunswick NJ United States
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April 11, 2014
HackIllinois is a chance for you to spend 36 hours with a team building any project you'd like! You can work on a useful tool you wish existed or a skill or language you want to learn. Web apps, mobile apps, and hardware hacks - Anything goes!
Urbana IL United States
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February 21, 2014
JeVeuxSavoir.org is an online platform for submitting requests for access to information: Both the initial application and the response, whether positive or negative, automatically become available on the website. So if for example I want to know the expenses of a minister, I can make a request on JeVeuxSavoir under the law on access to public documents . In all likelihood the request will be accepted and the documents provided to me will be sent at the same time they become available to the general public. Luckily, Quebec allows email inquiries without charge. For now we are in a pilot phase, for six months, with only 5 departments. We hope eventually to be able to send requests to all 2000 organizations listed by the Access to Information Commission .
QC H3C 0G4 Montreal Canada
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February 14, 2014
A hardware hackathon promoting innovation that is geared towards those who are excited and passionate about designing and building. Teams of three to five will compete first in an 16 hour prototyping competition on February 15, 2014. A week later, on February 22, 2014, the top teams will return to MIT for a second opportunity to make their hacks with machine shop access and more materials.
Cambridge MA United States
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February 07, 2014
WECode is a conference for collegiate women interested in Computer Science that seeks to promote female representation in technical fields and create a community among women in technology. Saturday, February 8th is general session consisting of speakers, hands-on workshops and other smaller break-out activities. Sunday, February 9th is a hackathon. Conference participants can register for either or both days, and breakfast and lunch will be served on the 8th and the 9th. Workshops and break-out activities will be led by our sponsors-- including Goldman Sachs, Intuit, Facebook, Google and Microsoft-- and smaller companies from the Boston area. We look forward to seeing you in February! Please note that registration requires a $5 deposit but this deposit will be returned at check in.
Cambridge MA United States
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February 15, 2014
From January – March 2014, the U.S. Department of Energy is holding an “Apps for Energy II” contest that will award the best web and mobile apps using the Department of Energy API's, standards and tools to solve some of America’s most important energy challenges. To kick off the contest, we’re holding a hackathon where developers, designers and energy professionals can meet up, brainstorm ideas, form teams and start working on apps to submit to the contest. We will have representatives from the Department of Energy and other mentors on hand to help you get started, and we will be awarding prizes for the “best demos” at the end of the hackathon. Teams that form up at the hackathon will be encouraged to submit their finished apps to the Contest by March 9, 2014 to be eligible for the Contest’s main cash prizes.
Cambridge MA United States
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February 18, 2014
We all appreciate the genius ideas born from pub banter. PubHack is a 10 hour tech based hackathon which lets you take those ideas to the next level. Each team (min 1, max 4) will get a brief at the beginning of the day, and can create anything in response. You can make a website, an app, or even a game. Anything goes! Each team will be able to present their idea at the end of the day, and the judges (tbc) will present awesome awards and prizes.
Portsmouth Hampshire United Kingdom
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February 28, 2014
Technopop is an exciting and FREE pop-up science, technology, design and innovation festival, aimed at 6 – 19 year olds. Launching in Spring 2014 at TIQ Stratford City (The International Quarter), Technopop London will pop-up for 8 weeks with a fully immersive technology exhibition alongside an interactive programme of educational workshops and events.
Stratford City London United Kingdom
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February 21, 2014
As part of OPEN Glasgow, Future City | Glasgow is challenging citizens to re-imagine the future with the launch of four hackathons – Future Hacks. Participants will compete to win a share of a cash prize fund of £20,000.
G1 5QH Glasgow United Kingdom
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February 07, 2014
This Geeklist #Hack4Good will take place in tandem around the world onsite and online, in 50+ cities, with over 5,000 developers, to present ideas, form teams and build projects using each of our individual strengths in software development, technology and entrepreneurship. NGO's and participants alike can add ideas to help make the world a better place, turn those ideas into projects, unite teams and make those ideas become a reality - all in a 48 hour sprint to hack a better world together. We are comprised of software engineers and hackers, ui/ux designers, product developers and founders, leaders, thinkers and civic minded organizations. We give products built at our hackathons perpetual life and help them live on and progress beyond the event. Participants completing the event also become immediate members of our Geeklist Corps of Developers. "Hack a better world with us." We look forward to working with such esteemed non-profits and NGO's like Oxfam, Amnesty International, Global Fund, United Nations OCHA, GOAL Ireland, Friend of the Earth and many others.
Taylor's Ln Dublin Ireland