The three “C’s” of a great week are at play: collaboration, competition and, of course, coding.
The site of the Zenko hackathon is the campus of 42, an innovative—and free—computer programming university, in Fremont, California, and the sound of clicking keys is constant!
Participants are working to come up with creative modules, solutions and code using open source multi-cloud controller Zenko.
Watch this space over the next few days for descriptions of the teams and projects as they progress. Innovations could include blockchain integration, AI, IoT, cloud integration, or just hard core data storage technologies (dedupe, compression, encryption, …).
Eleven teams are hard at work, and will be judged at the end of the competition by a panel of four judges, on four criteria:
- Design quality
- Creativity (Finding a creative solution/use-case, implementation thought process, logic & algorithms, etc.)
Watch this space for team introductions and updates.