The Second Annual Steacie Library Dungeon Hackfest
Feb 19, 2014 to Feb 20, 2014
Do you have a brilliant app idea but you are not sure how to code it? Or do you have a smartphone and you’re frustrated about finding York information? Are you the next Mark Zuckerburg?
If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, we want you to join the Second Annual Steacie Library Dungeon Hackfest!
What is a Hackfest? If you haven’t been to one, it is about spending the day collaborating on a particular software project, and bringing the project to reality. Teams are usually comprised of people from different disciplines, such as computer science and engineering, fine arts, business, digital media, health, marketing and more.
This year’s theme is Culture and Technology in a Mobile World. The theme is about creating an app that can be about anything – health, accessibility, gaming, organizing or chatting – or creating an app for York. Alternatively, use the space to work on your own Hackfest idea.
If you have an idea, if you want to gain experience in app development or if you just want to participate in a fun collaborative environment, mark your calendar for the Second Annual Steacie Library Dungeon Hackfest on Feb. 19 to 20. Breakfast, lunch and caffeine will be provided.
Wednesday, Feb. 19, 9am to 5pm
Thursday, Feb. 20, 9am to 7pm
Possible lead-up event and wrap-up party.
Steacie Science & Engineering Library, York University
Prizes and exposure. Mentors will be on hand to help with development of concept, code and pitch.
Register at the website below (space is limited). Bring yourself, a laptop, ideas and creativity.
|Location:||Steacie Science & Engineering Library|
|Sponsor:||York University Libraries, Innovation York, MaRS Innovation, Lassonde School of Engineering, Bethune|
|Posted by:||Sarah Shujah, Science Librarian|