If you're a company which requires cutting-edge innovation and the brains behind such technology to remain ahead in an increasingly competitive industry, what is the best way to recruit employees for your dynamic new office? Well the obvious answer is to host a hackathon.
STRV, a full service mobile and digital agency, will host its first public Apple Watch "Hack-a-Thon" Saturday, May 9 in Prague, Czech Republic, followed up by May 23, at its offices in San Francisco, CA.
On Friday March 27th, 40 of the best developers, designers and entrepreneurial brains from across Europe will climb aboard HackTrain – Europe’s first train travel-focused hackathon – for a unique and inspiring three-day journey, powered by Bloomberg.
The Accelerator Network, which brings together business support services for high-growth tech companies, is working with the Department of Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS) to bring together 50 of the UK’s brightest young cyber-security minds to tackle critical cyber security issues.
The Texas Bitcoin Association has announced they will be hosting the second Texas Bitcoin Conference March 27-29, 2015, a technological summit to showcase new developments that support Bitcoin, cryptocurrency and its proliferation.
Urban DataHack, set to kick off in Belfast, Northern Ireland Saturday 25th April is a data-driven Hackathon which revolves around data analysis and visualisation with the aim of improving public services in the Belfast area.
To help support the startup community and underscore the power of a great domain name, the company behind the new Internet domain name extension ".CLUB" is awarding $10,000 in prizes to an entrant of this year's LAUNCH Hackathon taking place February 27 - March 1, 2015 in San Francisco.
Facebook is gearing up for its much awaited F8 Developer Conference due to begin today (10:00 am PST) at the Ford Mason Center in San Francisco. The 2015 conference will be held for two days this year until March 26.
Developers, designers, and those with UX skills are being sought-after by the BBC to utilise cost-effective and accessible existing technologies like Internet Protocol (IP) Raspberry Pi, audio streaming, software defined radio, and podcasts to deliver content to communities across sub-Saharan Africa.