- BayHacks 2024 Hackathon3720 Spectrum Blvd, Tampa, FL$10.00
ℹ️ This is a ticketed event! To compete in the hackathon, grab your BayHacks tickets for $10 at this link
Last year, over 120 of Tampa Bay's brightest minds showcased their talents, built innovative startups in just two days, and networked with our thriving community of technologists and entrepreneurs at TADHack Tampa 2022 🚀
📣 Announcing BayHacks 2024
We're back this year, bigger and better, with BayHacks 2024! With the support of our sponsors, we aim to elevate the experience for all participants and make this event shine.
Tickets Are Live 🎟️
Tickets for BayHacks 2024 are now available for purchase. For just $10, you can be a part of this dynamic event that includes unforgettable opportunities for collaboration, innovation, and the chance to win cash prizes. Get yours today at this link and join the league of innovators.
Our Last Hackathon 💡
Reflecting on TADHack Tampa 2022, we were astounded by the turnout - over 120 of Tampa Bay's sharpest minds came together to craft innovative startups in just two days, winning over $1,500 in prizes and forging valuable connections. And this year, with BayHacks 2024, we'll far surpass that success.
- Tuning Android app performance for 150 MILLION devicesKforce, Tampa, FL
Do you want to hear the story of how Amazon tuned Fire Channels, a popular FireTV app, to deliver a blazing fast experience for millions of devices? In this talk, you'll hear of how the Fire Channels team reduced app startup time by up to 70% in time for its release in 2022. You'll also learn skills about software performance that you can take back to your job. These skills include:
- Why mobile performance is important
- How to measure Android performance
- How to automate performance benchmarks in CI
- Performance best practices
This will be a talk for all skill levels.
- From 0 to 146k weekly downloads; lessons from accidental open source successNeeds location
Imagine creating a humble side project that rocketed to popularity in a short amount of time to become the defacto standard among its peers. What might you learn?
What does it take to make a successful software project? What might you learn about software engineering, web development, and OSS? What could you take back to your day job?
Being the creator and maintainer of storybook-addon-next, a storybook addon that went from 1 to 146k weekly downloads in a short amount of time and becoming a key component in Storybook v7.0, Ryan Clements ended up learning a lot that helped him level up as a software engineer.
In this talk, he'll tell you the story, answer these questions, and hopefully inspire you to make even better products for your customers!