NOI Hackathon Open Data Hub Edition
Our researchers as jurors and mentors at the NOI Hackathon event. Two days, 24 hours, different topics to work on and amazing prizes!
- Date: 01-02.10.2021, 24 hours
- Place: Online
- Typology: Hackathon
Are you creative and IT-savvy? Do you want to develop new ideas?
Then make sure to not miss the Hackathon organised on Open Data Hub Day!
Inventors and creative people: developers, designers, data experts, entrepreneurs and enthusiasts. We welcome different ideas, backgrounds and competences. We always have in mind Open Data Hub and Open Source projects, as we want to promote an open and innovative culture. Presentations and code will be published on a public git repository as Open Source prototype. You have 24 hours to code an innovative and sustainable project that will promote the open culture of the world of Open Data.
When? On October 1st and 2nd.
The Hackathon is organised by NOI Techpark. Our researchers from the Institute for medicine participate as jurors and mentors. In addition, our Institute is giving away some prizes for each member of the team.
Up for this challenge? Then register now!
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