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February 11, 2014
The Stride Internet of Things project is running a programming event in Leeds. Entrants can work in groups of one, two or three to build exciting transport-related apps, beautiful visualizations, or conduct insightful pieces of data analysis.
Salem Church Leeds United Kingdom
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March 21, 2014
Girl Geek Sydney in coordination with a great group of sponsors is holding their first ever Hackathon – SheHacks! The event runs over two days. Friday from 6pm – Midnight and Sat from 9am-6pm.
Pyrmont New South Wales Australia
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February 21, 2014
This is our first of many hardware hackathons for developers in the greater Bozeman area. Teams are invited to build robots, wearables, or whatever they can dream up during the alloted time. We will provide all the tools and components your teams will need. Each team will be presented with a "build box" of identical components. Each team can do what they desire with the "build boxes," heck even include the box itself in the project.
Bozeman MT Canada
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February 14, 2014
his is a community hackathon intended for collaboration and learning in the student community. We value the participation of each member of the student community and want all attendees to have an enjoyable and fulfilling experience. Accordingly, all attendees are expected to show respect and courtesy to other attendees throughout the hackathon.
Madison WI Canada
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March 28, 2014
Cleanweb Netherlands Hackathon 36 hours of applied innovation March 29-30, 2014 Rotterdam The first Cleanweb Hackathon in the Netherlands The Cleanweb Hackathon is the first Hackathon in the Netherlands which works on Clean Tech related solutions. It provides a great opportunity to promote yourself and your skills as an entrepreneur, it specialist or company within to Clean Tech movement! Do you want to make an idea come to life, improve your skill set and meet like-minded people while making the world a better place? During the event you have 36 hours to plan and take your idea to prototype. You will work (preferably) with a team to build solution on these topics: Main topic: Decentralized energy solutions - supported by the City of Rotterdam Open entry: Waste management Smart transport solutions Climate Change Energy efficiency You will join about 125 other hackers, husslers, entrepreneurs and students who will work in teams to build innovative IT solutions that aim to make the world a better, cleaner and more sustainable place. At the venue there will be coaches to assist the teams through the process. The coaches are experts from a variety of backgrounds. On Sunday evening the teams will present their ideas and solutions in front of a jury composed of investors, entrepreneurs and policy makers. The winners will be awarded a cash and in kind prize. The specifics TBA. Event Overview (program is bound to change. To be finalized 1 week prior to event) Saturday, March 29 09.00 - Doors open 10.00 - Kick-off by Blake Burris (Cleanweb CEO & Hacktivist) 11.00 - Teams are formed 12.00 - Grab a broodje & get to work! 18.00 - Dinner 20.00 - Power talk (speaker TBA) Non-stop hacking. Bring your sleeping bag for napping! Sunday, March 30 09.00 - Day kick-off with strong coffee & power breakfast 12.00 - Lunch 13.00 - Test pitches 16.00 - submit final presentations 17.00 - Soup + small dinner 19.00 - Final presentations begin 20.00 - Winners announced and prizes awarded 21.00 - Drinks Who are you? You are a passionate entrepreneur, developer, designer or whiz kid. You are you capable of developing apps, programs or new products. You want to help make the world a better and more sustainable place. Who are we? We are Cleanweb, a worldwide movement of developers, entrepreneurs, investors, and enterprises large and small who believe that the growing web of information technologies may be our most powerful - and profitable - tool to improve global sustainability, economic prosperity, and human well being. Cleanweb is a meme, a movement, a market, and a living, viral phenomenon - and perhaps the biggest impact and economic opportunity of our time. To make this great event happen we need some help, and we are getting from these awesome partners: Main Partners Clean Tech Delta, Gemeente Rotterdam Supporting Partners Erasmus Centrer of Entrepreneurship, Rockstart Accelerator
3029AK Rotterdam Netherlands
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February 21, 2014
Hacking Health is designed to improve healthcare by inviting technology creators and healthcare professionals to collaborate on realistic, human-centric solutions to front-line problems. Our hackathons and workshops are fun, intense, hands-on events where small teams tackle tough problems in a supportive community of peers and mentors.
Montreal QC H3T 1C5 Canada
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February 07, 2014
Mobile App Hackathon is an event produced by the AT&T Developer Program that is designed for attendees (technical & non-technical) to build apps/mobile apps, get fed, compete for prizes across different categories and most importantly: meet new people and scout for teammates to work on new or current projects. This hackathon will introduce you to the latest cutting edge tools to help deploy your own app with a website backend, fully hosted in the cloud.
Redwood City CA United States
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March 14, 2014
A first for the Architecture, Engineering, Construction Industry, the AEC Hackathon is a non-profit event that creates on-the-spot teams of technologists and industry stakeholders to shape the future of our built environment. Formatted as a traditional "hack," the AEC Hackathon provides a playful, exploratory environment where disruption and creative ideas are the essential tools for innovation. The AEC community faces fresh new problems that urgently need brilliant minds to solve them.
Menlo Park CA United States
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February 07, 2014
The Legal Hackers (NY, DC, and Seattle) are teaming up with the Open Notice Initiative and Customer Commons to support the Data Privacy Digital Hackathon on Feb 8th & 9th, 2014. The invitation is open to everyone to come and compete to create legalhack projects in approximately 24 hours. Projects will be presented at the end of the hackathon, where judges will vote on the best hack.
Brooklyn NY United States
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March 21, 2014
Code for the Kingdom is a weekend Hackathon where global issues are tackled with a Christian perspective. Join us at Seattle, WA as we battle the challenges confronting people all over the world. This Hackathon is a non-profit event to encourage the activation and on-going collaboration of a larger ecosystem of all sort of creative individuals ( including programmers, designers, entrepreneurs, and leaders of churches, non-profits, and the marketplace) who are passionate about creating technologies to tackle from a Christian perspective the challenges confronting our society, our communities, our churches, and our spiritual lives. TRANSFORMING LIVES SOCIAL JUSTICE How can technology alleviate the social maladies that oppress so many? How can you help knock off a little corner of darkness? Here’s a chance to work with Rescue:Freedom International to create apps to rescue victims of human trafficking across the world. Build new technologies to combat poverty, lift the fatherless, release the oppressed, heal the sick, and feed the hungry. SPIRITUAL JUSTICE Every person has the right to receive God’s Word and discover His unconditional love, because only God’s truth has the ability to transform the heart and the mind. Join forces with other like minded individuals and create technologies that help reduce spiritual poverty in every nation, city, community, family, and individual. Build mobile applications to help children learn the Word of God, bury it in their hearts and share it with their friends. Create technologies for prayer, evangelism, mentorship, and other innovative means to spiritual formation. HELP CREATE A CULTURE OF GENEROSITY The Church and non-profits are always significantly underfunded. The Great Commission could be tremendously impacted and enhanced if financial resources were available. What better opportunity than this to cultivate generosity with Generis? Build fresh user experiences that can help organizations redefine the giving experience for their patrons. Leverage the power of technology to encourage individuals and families to become generous to the causes and churches. ENGAGING AND RELEASING OUR BEST Every person has something unique to contribute to the community, society, and church. Yet, less than 20% of us are actively engaged in doing what we could do. Most of us do not understand how we can leverage our skills and ideas to improve the lives of others. What if we could discover how to use our unique gifts for God’s Kingdom? Build technologies to mobilize and equip every member of your community, church and family. Empower them to release their skills as well as to accelerate great ideas and initiatives that could transform the lives of the child or adult down your street.
Seattle WA Canada