Join us for the Innaugaural Techweek New York City Hackathon
Techweek is proud to host a 24-hour hackathon - join developers and hackers for an all-day frenzy of fun, camaraderie and coding. At the end, each team will have created an entirely new application that they will showcase to a panel of judges in the hopes of being crowned the winners!
Bluemix is the open cloud platform of IBM built on Open Source technology. You can use IBM Bluemix for cloud hosting, with simple quick-start applications for Node.js, Python Flask, Ruby, PHP httpd, and Java.
Or use any of the IBM Watson API services for machine learning, image recognition, IoT services, Mobile services, big data analytics, or 3rd part API services like Twilio, SendGrid, Box, Geocoding, MongoDB, Elasticsearch, SOLR, Hadoop, Spark, and more.
Score points for hosting your app on Bluemix, using any of the API services, and creativity!
The schedule is as follows:
12PM - 12:30PM: Kickoff: Arrive, socialize, and form teams.
(12:30pm - Lunch Provided)
12:30PM - 1:00PM: IBM Workshop
1:00PM - 1:30PM: Mana Health Workshop
1:30PM - Midnight: Hackathon
(7PM: Dinner Provided)
Midnight - 10AM: Hackathon
(8AM: Breakfast Provided)
10AM: Projects Must Be Submitted to DevPost no later than 10AM on Sunday
10AM - 11:30AM: Hackathon Teams Demo Projects
11:30AM - 12:00PM: Judging Period
12:00PM: Winners & Awards Announced
- You must be 18 or older to participate in the challenge.
- Teams can consist of one but no more than five.
- Teams of eligible individuals can enter.
- Teams of eligible individuals may enter on behalf of a company, non-profit, and other legal entities may enter.
- What to create: functioning software application; demonstration video; screenshots
- Platforms: IBM Bluemix; Mana Health API, iOS; Android; Mobile Web; Web; Mac Desktop; Windows Desktop;
CTO / PeerIQ
Remko de Knikker
Greater New York City Area - Cloud Evangelist / IBM
Global Innovation Strategist / gyro
Senior Software Engineer / Mediabistro Holdings
Are you solving a real problem in an interesting way? You are not required to explain how your app makes money, unless that is part of the problem you solve.
How will did you present?
How much progress did you make on your application?