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TADHack Boston - Global Communications Hackathon

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Ready to be creative about communications and win some prizes?

TADHack is the world’s largest communications-focused hackathon with local hosts in more than 30 cities and more than $48,000 in prizes. In addition to global prizes, TADHack Boston will also have local prizes, plenty of goodies, and of course food, caffeine, and drinks to get you across the finish line.

Several mentors will be on-site to help you win! We have a certified Google Developer Expert, 2 former TADHack winners, and more there to help. You are guaranteed to come away smarter.

Check out the TADHack global page and rules here: http://tadhack.com/2016/
Register for the Boston location here: http://tadhack.com/2016/global/register-boston

Timelines

TADHack is a casual hackathon - you can come and go as you please and there is no need to stay up all night (unless you want to). Our mentors are there to help, teach and guide you.

• Week of October 10th - we will send you local prize info to help you prepare

• Friday, October 14th 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM - Doors open. Meet your mentors and get started

• Saturday, October 15th 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM - more mentoring, complete your hacks

• Saturday, October 15th 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM - hacks due, local judging starts, we'll help with your recording for the global contest

• Sunday, October 16th - global prizes awarded

About TADHack

TADHack’s mission is to bring together start-ups, students, developers and enterprises–anyone interested in adding communications capabilities to their innovative applications, services or business processes–and show them the tools and provide the support to help bring their creations to life. Over 2000 people around the globe participated in TADHack 2015, and the 2016 edition is bound to be even larger.

Local supporters

Locally sponsored by Voxbone (https://www.voxbone.com).
Local partners include New England Software Engineers (https://www.meetup.com/new-england-engineers/) and WebRTC Boston (https://webrtcboston.com).