San Francisco – November 3-5, 2017
Are you interested in contributing to open source?
Join us for this Zenko Hackathon that will take place at Holberton School!
Attendees will build creative modules, applications and GUIs using the open source multi cloud controller Zenko! Innovations can include blockchain integration, AI, IoT, cloud integration, and data storage technologies (dedupe, compression, and encryption).
Teams will be judged at the end of the competition on four criteria: execution, performance, design quality, and creativity (finding a creative solution/use-case, implementation thought process, logic & algorithms, etc.).
Food and Prizes:
Food will be offered and prizes to win for the best projects!
Friday, November 3, 2017 at 6pm to Sunday, November 5, 2017 at 6pm.
Register today for the Zenko Hackathon at Holberton School
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Our panel of judges at the Hackathon
About Holberton School
and Photos from Last Year’s Hackathon
Holberton School offers a two-year higher education program to become a full-stack software engineer. Through project-based and peer learning, Holberton students unleash their creativity and naturally learn how to work as a team to solve practical challenges. The school has been innovating since its inception last year, offering unique opportunities for students from its tuition model and admissions process. Students apply to the program using a four step, hands off, software-based admissions process that is meant to start the curriculum at the onset.
Once the students are accepted, which is more difficult than Harvard, they are guided by seasoned mentors and attend cost-free until they have graduated and are working. The curriculum is 100% hands-on, 0% lecture. Students learn by working on projects and collaborating with their peers. They start with simple tasks to learn the basics and eventually are able to tackle industry level projects.