You can now apply for Hackweekend 4 Big Data.
Hackweekend is a collaborative initiative by a group of passionate individuals from the local technology community. Hackweekend is supported by Nova, which organises a series of Malaysian innovation programmes that aim to spike interest in and nurture budding innovators. Several organisations from the technology sector including Microsoft, Techmaki and Wakalab, are also offering their resources to support Hackweekend, all in the spirit of promoting software development.
Teams — Participants meet beforehand at a Spark Session to form collaborative teams and discuss their ideas. This will ensure that they are well prepared to code their ideas into reality.
Focus — The upcoming Hackweekend is focused on Getting Things Done. We all have New Year’s resolutions, we all have things we want to change in our lives, but making that change happen can be difficult. We’re looking to explore new ways to create behaviour change through Hackweekend.
Choice — No restrictions are placed on choice of tech, language, or platform.
One Rule — There is however one rule to Hackweekend: No PowerPoint Presentations! Each team is expected to demo a real, working application in some form or fashion as the result of their toil and effort to peers and heads of industry for fame and awesomeness!
What happened at Hackweekend Gamification?
Read more and get photos from the last Hackweekend, focused around gamification.
KUALA LUMPUR — This weekend, 60 of Kuala Lumpur’s best programmers and designers gathered to hack together new products and services at an intense, overnight session called Hackweekend. By dawn, software developers and designers built a variety of applications intended to make life more fun by turning everyday activities into games.