• Design Jam: Envisioning the Future of Clean Meat

    Make sure to book here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/design-jam-envisioning-the-future-of-clean-meat-tickets-48377843432 Description Join us in San Francisco as we get together to discuss the future of food and the retail landscape. We'll be teaming up with designers, entrepreneurs, and biohackers to brainstorm and design the future shopping experience. 6:00PM Doors Open 6:30PM Opening 6:45PM Introduction to Clean Meat 7:00PM Design Jam! 8:30PM Demo 9:00PM Closing What is a Clean Meat? Clean meat, cultured meat, or sometimes known as lab-grown meat, is deriving meat products by way of cellular agriculture technologies instead of traditional animal farming. Popularized by the "lab grown hamburger" in 2013, lab grown meat is starting to become a reality. Clean meat could radically change the world in regards to the environment, animal welfare, and health. What is a Design Jam? We'll be getting into small groups of designers and hackers to brainstorm what the next generation storefront will look like. This is a mini-hackathon where groups work on visuals, sketches, and concepts of future retail stores.

  • Pitney Bowes SMB App Challenge


    Join the Pitney Bowes SMB App Challenge! You could win $14,000 and a brighter future. Register today : http://bit.ly/SMBhack Idea submission : 15 June Hackathon Date : 23rd June 10:00 AM – Midnight Hackathon Venue : PayPal Office: Fireside A, Bldg 12, 2211 N 1st St, San Jose, CA 95132 What’s there for Developers : 1. $14K in Cash Prizes 2. Chance to Monetize their app 3. Chance to Join PB Start – Accelerator for SMB focused applications.

  • API World 2017

    San Jose Convention Center

    We’re excited to partner with API World 2017, the world's largest conference dedicated to the new API economy! Join over 3,000 attendees by participating in the 5-day event that includes a hackathon, hiring mixer, expo and Microservice Conference. Get your free OPEN Pass here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/api-world-2017-tickets-30521108457?discount=API17-MU6 What does your OPEN Pass get you into? Check it out here: http://apiworld.co/register/pass-types/ API World Hackathon - you can register here for free: http://apiworld.co/hackathon/ The Hackathon will be at the TIBCO Headquarters.

  • CYCLEHACK: the worlwide cycling hackathon is coming to SF! Sept 15-17 2017!

    Our meetup page here : https://www.meetup.com/CYCLEHACK-the-worlwide-cycling-hackathon-is-coming-to-SF/events/243295308/ CycleHack is a 48 hr event which aims to reduce the barriers to cycling, taking place across the globe in September 2017. CycleHack video : https://youtu.be/e4TE4A7ZXS0 Get your tickets here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/cyclehack-sf-2017-tickets-36462159300 Now in its fourth year, CycleHack is an annual non-profit event, taking place in over 35 different locations simultaneously on one weekend in September. CycleHack is on a mission to make the world more sustainable through encouraging citizens to take a pro-active, DIY approach to reducing the barriers to cycling. We believe that through empowering individuals, organisations and governments to collaborate, share skills and prototype new cycling ideas, we can build a healthier, more active and sustainable world. Ideas will be implemented and tested in the city to create prototypes and see how they might work in the real world. All the ideas created are then shared on the CycleHack Open Source Catalogue for the world to see, share and use in their own cities. When? // Friday 15th Sept > 6pm - 9pm: Includes launch, Inspirationnal Speeches, drinks & snacks // Saturday 16th Sept > 9:30am - 6pm: Ideation (am) & Prototyping (pm) // Sunday 17th Sept : • 9:30am - 5pm: Testing + Showcase preparation • 5pm - 6pm : Showcase • 6pm - 7pm : Socialize (you'll be able to try the famous Timbuk2 Bike Margarita Blender...;) Where? CycleHack is hosted by Timbuk2 in their Factory Store in The Mission. What do I have with my ticket ? You'll have access to the site the all weekend. You will benefit the facilitation by professionnals working in the realm of Product Design, Design Thinking, Software Development, etc. It's a great opportunity to work on ideas you may have but never took the time to prototype it and test it, experience the Design Thinking process and do some networking with great people while having fun for a good cause ! + We will have a mini-Fablab set-up on-site with bunch of tools, a 3D-printer and material to prototype ! + Free beers supplied by Fort Point all weekend ! + Empanadas offered Friday night + Breakfast Sat & Sun + For the Sunday showcase, we'll have the famous Timbuk2 Bike Margarita Blender ! FAQs: I can’t make the whole weekend. Can I still come? Ideally, you’ll be able to make the whole event and to support the building of hacks throughout, but you are under no obligation to stay the whole time. You can also attend only the Friday night or Sunday afternoon, to discover what exactly is a CycleHack. I’m not a cyclist. Can I come? Of course, everyone is welcome! If you consider yourself a non-cyclist, then this is the perfect opportunity to hack the barriers which stop you from getting on the saddle. We want to make the world bike-friendly for everyone. What is a Hack? A Hack can be a tangible prototype of an idea which addresses a barrier to cycling. It can also mean to retrospectively modify current infrastructure, policy and / or cycling products & services using a cyclist’s intuition. With the support of Timbuk2, Strava, Spanner Product Development and Fort Point Beers

  • Lovelocked Hackathon in San Mateo

    Private Home

    Hi BAH group! I'm a serial entrepreneur in the healthtech space. My new company (www.Lovelocked.com) is hosting a hackathon in San Mateo and would love to invite a handful of experienced iOS and UX folks. If you're interested in healthtech, consumer, machine learning, and iOS development, join us! It will be a ton of fun, working on a great mission, with a successful team. (We took our last company public in 2015 and have since gone on to each found new companies). Signup here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/lovelocked-hackathon-tickets-36008023969

  • TrueFace.Ai Facial Recognition Hackathon w/500 Startups

    TrueFace.ai is teaming up with 500 Startups and Rapid API Open to all developers, designers, and enthusiasts. Design and hack together applications that utilize Trueface.ai's FR technology as well as 700+ apis available on Rapidapi. *** Snacks and Beer Provided REGISTER for free at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/truefaceai-facial-recognition-hackathon-tickets-36632162785 Participation You can participate from anywhere in the world but we prefer you be at the building during. Stages Team forming and registration - People will meet, form teams, and register - 11:30 AM PST Small Introduction - 12:00 PM PST Hacking Starts 12:15 PM PST August 19th Submissions Due: 5 PM PST - August 20th Winner Announced: 10 PM PST August 20th Submissions [masked] Submissions are due an hour before the Close time on Sunday, August 20th. You don’t have to be present to submit or participate. Prize awarded for 1st place winner + website feature. 2nd + 3rd place will be featured on our website. Judging Criteria Completeness & Ability to demo 30% Originality 30% Use of Trueface technology 40% If you need help [masked][masked] Guidelines 3 members per team maximum You’re free to use any tools you want Winner Announcement Winner Announced 10 PM PST August 20th. The best ideas will be featured on our medium blog. Suggested Ideas An extension to lock a website to anyone but the owner. Chrome extension to replace images of Donald Trump with images of cats Silicon Valley facial recognition app from the last episode of season 1 An app to take attendance with facial recognition Detect faces and put Trumps hair on people Game of Thrones character recognition Teach a neural network to learn ethnicity from facial landmarks --- Drunk levels - measured on a score

  • Impact API-based remote Hackathon!


    IMPACT is thrilled to organize a special remote hackathon @ Galvanize SF for an entire week, from Tuesday, May 23rd to Tuesday, May 30th. To get a free ticket, use our special discount code: BAYAREAHACKS You will have the opportunity to work and play around with one of 2 great APIs: Hydrao and QuasarDB. The challenge is open to anyone willing to play with and build off of our APIs. On top of the amazing people you will meet and the great work you will do, you will compete for one of the top 2 prizes, with a combined value of $2,000. Participants must attend the opening (May 23th) and closing events (May 30th) in San Francisco. It's going to be a lot of fun! Challenges 1. Save the planet with Hydrao (https://www.hydrao.fr/en/) Our connected showerhead stores a large volume of data measured during showers: pressure, volume of water, user habits and location of the shower. This data is quite unique: new applications can result, especially if properly correlated with publicly available data (water parameters, maps, ...) The challenge is to demonstrate a visually striking application of our data. Your project will be judged based on Originality, Relevance, and Quality of the pitch. 2. Leverage QuasarDB (https://www.quasardb.net/)'s power QuasarDB is a time series database with extreme ingress and real-time processing capabilities. It is typically used for real-time processing of market data, and predictive maintenance. How to demonstrate QuasarDB's power in a visual way? Your project will be judged based on Relevance. Prizes The top two teams participating in the hackathon will win prizes. 1st team: Prize valued at $ 1,500 2nd team: Prize valued at $ 500 Bonus Prize for each best team in each track: Hydrao: Shower heads QuasarDB: Free usage of a QuasarDB cluster of unlimited size for 1 year Schedule OPENING NIGHT - Tuesday, May 23th 6:00 PM Let's share pizza and beers! 6:15 PM IMPACT Opening 6:30 PM Hydrao and QuasarDB's AP presentations 7:00 PM Q&A 7:20 PM Reminder of the rules 8:00 PM Let’s hack! Beginning of the hackathon - social time The Agorize platform is available to communicate with your team and our staff, get all the information you need on the hackathon and submit your code during the whole week. CLOSING NIGHT - Tuesday, May 30th 10:00 AM Final Coding and Submission Deadline 5:30 PM Project presentations – Judging and voting begins 7:00 PM Panel deliberations / mingle and snacks for participants 8:00 PM Awards 9:00 PM Closing Rules There will be three tracks with a different API for each. Your team (1 to 4 people, everyone needs to register for the event) must select and compete in one track only, there will be common prizes for the whole hackathon. All code developed as part of the IMPACT hackathon must be fresh. To keep things fair, all codes must be written during the length of the hackathon starting at 8:15 pm on Tuesday. Other than that, almost anything goes and you can use any coding languages, open-source libraries, and APIs. HACKATHON REQUIREMENTS Each team is required to submit their project on Agorize no later than 10 am on Tuesday. On Tuesday evening, accepted submissions will be given 2 minutes to pitch their functioning solution in front of the judges followed by a 1 minute Q&A session. Your presentation format is up to you, but it is recommended to share a very brief visual, e.g. PowerPoint or a video combined with a demo of the solution developed. We will provide you with projection equipment. Hackers who can’t attend the closing event in San Francisco will not be eligible for the prizes. WHO OWNS THE IP? Rights will be shared. PARTICIPATION AGREEMENT You will have to sign a participation agreement on the day the Hackathon begins. Both hackers and makers will be required to sign the agreements. JUDGING CRITERIA Depending on which challenge you choose, you might be judged on up to 4 criteria: 1. How innovative the project is Includes the degree of innovation demonstrated using the API and the extent to which the API is key in the solution. 2. User experience and design Includes how user-friendly and aesthetic the solution is. 3. How well it works Includes the extent to which the solution does what it is supposed to do and how good the code is written from a performance point of view. 4. Hot factor - Potential Includes how compelling the solution is and how likely people are to be excited about it. Judges TBC Contact If you have any question, you can contact Pauline and Sixtine: [masked] [masked] Check out the eventbrite (https://www.eventbrite.com/e/show-your-impact-during-our-special-remote-api-based-hackathon-tickets-33634663183)here!

  • Cisco DevNet IoT Hackathon

    Bespoke (at the Westfield Mall)

    You are invited to join DevNet Create (https://devnetcreate.io/2017/), the IoT and Cloud developer conference where Applications meet Infrastructure! Join the brightest of the IoT, cloud and enterprise developers to bring clarity to the blurred lines between infrastructure and applications. Enterprise app developers are driving the future of business through cloud, IoT and new developer platforms and tools trends. These apps aren’t just for business—they affect everything—people, places, and things. They are built on a programmable infrastructure connected through APIs and DevOps practices, making the relationship between infrastructure and apps symbiotic. Register to attend DevNet Create today! All passes include access to keynotes, sessions, hands-on learning, breakfast, lunch, and happy hours! Make sure to register here (https://www.eventbrite.com/e/devnet-create-2017-registration-32833321348)

  • Developer Week 2017 Conference & Festival

    Location visible to members

    We’re offering our community 50 free OPEN Passes ($350 value) to DeveloperWeek 2017 Conference & Festival (http://developerweek.com/) (Feb. 11-16, San Francisco), the world’s largest vendor-neutral developer conference & festival with 8,000 participants. Register for an OPEN Pass here by Friday, December 16 using the promotional code: DW17-MU10 The 5th annual DeveloperWeek features speakers from Facebook, Google, IBM Watson, Docker, HP, Intel, Eventbrite, and 100+ more. New topics in 2017 cover VR & AR Dev, Artificial Intelligence Dev, Microservices, Mobile Dev, and dozens more. What will your OPEN Pass get you into? Dev Expo with 100+ exhibitors covering all the hottest developer technologies 60+ OPEN Talks covering API design, JavaScript, Dev Management, and more Access to the Robotics Dev Conference, Dev Management Conference, and the VR/AR Dev Conference 40+ City-Wide Partner Events all week! Click here to claim your OPEN Pass pass using the promotional code: DW17-MU10 (https://developerweek2017.eventbrite.com/?discount=DW17-MU10) Upgrade to an All-Access PRO Pass - Get 30% Off (https://developerweek2017.eventbrite.com/?discount=DW17-MUPRO) The DeveloperWeek PRO Pass gets you access to all DeveloperWeek conferences and tracks, including the educational content below: Full Stack JavaScript Conference (2-Day) API & Microservices Conference (2-Day) Artificial Intelligence Dev Conference (2-Day) Monday Workshop Day (PRO Passes only)

  • Smart Cities Hackathon at CES

    Venetian Ballroom, Las Vegas Convention Center

    Hosted by ReadWrite, presented by Amazon Alexa on January 7th - 8th, 2017 in Las Vegas. The Smart Cities Hackathon at CES will be the creativity hub for producing real-world Smart Cities solutions at one of the largest conferences in North America. https://www.hackster.io/hackathons/smart-cities/readwrite-ces/pages/overview Join 300+ developers, makers, and smart cities specialists for the Smart Cities Hackathon at CES 2017! Get your hands on Intel's Grove IoT Dev Kit, Amazon Alexa's Echo + Skills Kit, Honeywell's Connected Home API, and other leading IoT technologies. Win thousands in cash and prizes! Position yourself as a player in the cutting edge domain of IoT software and hardware development. Work on meaningful, real smart cities problems and connect with organizations that are investing in these problems. Challenges + Prizes: GRAND PRIZE: Challenge: Best Overall Smart Cities Solution Prizes: Amazon Echos for each member of winning team $10,000 in cash AMAZON ALEXA: Challenge: Best Voice User Experience Using Amazon Alexa Prizes: Amazon Echos for each member of winning team Technology: Alexa, the voice service that powers Amazon Echo, provides capabilities, or skills, that enable customers to interact with devices in a more intuitive way using voice. Examples of capabilities through the Alexa Voice Service include the ability to play music, answer general questions, set an alarm or timer, and more. The Alexa Skills Kit is a collection of self-service APIs, tools, documentation and code samples that make it fast and easy for you to add skills to Alexa. If you want to learn about Alexa on your own, try the tutorials at http://bit.ly/alexaquickstart INTEL: Challenge: Best use of Intel technology Prizes: $5,000 in gift cards to winning team Technology: Intel will be provide teams with The Grove IOT Commercial Developer Kit that includes: Intel® NUC (DE3915TYKE)—a small desktop computer, Intel® IoT Gateway Software Suite (preinstalled) & Grove* modules https://software.intel.com/en-us/iot/hardware/gateways/dev-kit HONEYWELL: Challenge: Make your city smarter, one home at a time. Technology: Honeywell Connected Home open API program which features our Lyric Round and Water Leak & Freeze Detector. http://developer.honeywell.com/ Why Hack for smarter cities?: It’s Dope: Hack solutions that support sustainability, safety, and efficiency for smarter cities. Utilize the latest IoT HDK, SDK, and API's! Win Prizes: Win prizes, publicity, and connections. Pitch a panel of expert judges, network with the best in the industry, and showcase your expertise through the platforms of CES and ReadWrite. Get Exposure: Gain exposure to industry experts and leaders. Hack transportation, data + security, public health, big data technology, M2M communication, and sensor data at the one of the largest conferences in North America. Food, beverage, and dedicated WiFi will be provided on both days of the event. Agenda: SATURDAY, JANUARY 7TH 8:00am: Check-in, team set-up 9:00am: Welcome! 9:10am: Introduce Sponsors and technology 9:30am: Start Hacking! 12:00pm: Break for Lunch 6:00pm: Break for Dinner Hack through the night! SUNDAY, JANUARY 8TH 8:00am: Coffee & Breakfast Items available 8:00am - 12pm: Continue Hacking! 10:00am: Start Submitting Solutions to Hackster.io 12:00pm: Break for Lunch First round of judging through Hackster.io Sponsors select Top 5 GP Judging Panel selects Top 5 1:00pm: Top teams pitch to sponsors + GP judging panel Sponsors pick their winners 3:00pm: Pitches + Prizes Sponsors’ winning teams awarded prizes Final 5 for Grand Prize pitch on stage 3:45pm: Judges Deliberate 4:00pm: Grand Prize Awarded! Judging Run-of-Show: FOR THE JUDGING PROCESS Each sponsor will be able to judge for individual sponsor challenge (ex: “Best Use of Technology”) A Grand Prize Judging Panel will determine the finalists and winning team for the Grand Prize First round of Judging Projects must be posted Sponsors will narrow down to top 5 teams Grand Prize Judging Panel will narrow down top 5 teams Sponsor and GP Judging Panel will go around Science-Fair-Style to hear top teams pitch Sponsor Judges will deliberate and select Winning Team to Pitch on Stage and collect prize Top 5 teams pitch on stage Grand Prize Judging