NOTE: You must have Windows 8 and ideally the developer tools already installed on your computers for this workshop.
If you don’t have them, here are some resources and guides that will help you:
You can use your Dreamspark access as a Computer Science student to obtain a copy of Windows 8 and the developer tools.
Looking to gain some app development experience? Join us for a one day workshop that will achieve just that by learning the essentials in developing Windows 8 applications for PCs and tablets.
This workshop will cover:
- Overview of tools used to develop Windows 8 applications
- Workshops that will give time to practice using these tools
- Windows 8 store app publication process
By the end of the day, you’ll have enough knowledge to develop and complete a Windows 8 app for a variety of devices! It’ll be fantastic way to also gain experience in app development and also comes with its own set of perks such as the Developer Movement program.
This is an initiative that will have Windows 8 developers obtain a variety of prizes among access to other benefits such as your app being promoted on the Windows Store and 1:1 with experts on app development.
Don’t worry, the event will be fully catered with complimentary breakfast, lunch and dinner provided to get you guys through the day! Even if you already started developing your app, you can join us to finish it off! We’ll provide as much support as possible!
And of course, we’ll have our own set of prizes, including a $400 cash prize!
See you guys there!
Monday, May 6, 2013 - 09:00 to 17:00
Demco Learning Centre
This is one hackathon you can’t afford to miss. Facebook. Microsoft. 800 developers. Energy drinks. Ready? The CUTC Hackathon will be one of the craziest nights of your year, as you build something awesome, get feedback from some of the top people in the industry, and end up with serious prize money. If coding’s not your thing, you can always set up a late-night LAN party instead—snacks are on us!
CUTC Hackathon is going to be hosted at CUTC Infect, Canada’s largest and longest-running technology conference. This means you can combine two events into one and add a couple days of learning about and playing with the coolest tech to your night-long hackathon. You’d best rest up beforehand—it’s going to be a crazy weekend.
This year, we’re going to shake it up from the same boring conference set-up. We let you personalize your own conference experience—from our broad range of breakout sessions to all of our unique workshops, we guarantee you’ll find something worthwhile. You get to decide how to maximize your delegate experience and discover what’s next. We have incredible keynotes lined up, a kick-ass Hackaton, a tech expo that showcases some of Canada’s most innovative companies, plus more!
Saturday, May 4, 2013 (All day)
Launch Academy (startup-oriented co-working space) is hosting the “Iron Hacker” hackathon on Saturday, Dec. 8th. It’s in the mould of Iron Chef, where teams only learn the theme the day of, then have the day to make an app for that theme to present to a panel of judges and peers for a bunch of prizes for whichever team makes the best app. Example themes would be “Viral joke apps”, “one-player games”, or “dating apps”. The theme will also not be specific to any API, so you won’t be limited to whichever companies’ are sponsoring.
Hacker teams of 2–4
After registration the morning of the event, the theme of the hackathon will be revealed, and you have until 7pm to work on your hack
Use whatever APIs, platforms, or frameworks you like to deliver your hack
All presentations must be done on an organizer’s laptop: i.e. you need to demo something live on the internet. Exception: native mobile apps
Prizes awarded by judges based on how functional your team’s app is and how well it corresponds to the theme
“Iron Hacker” trophy will be awarded based on by peer judging of your team’s app
To keep this developer-centric, we’ve set up a couple hurdles for coders to get through before they can register (shouldn’t be a problem for even novice coders): http://ironhacker.org/
Hope to see you there!
Saturday, December 8, 2012 - 09:00 to 21:00
Launch Academy, 300 - 128 W. Hastings
Register here if interested
Tuesday, November 13, 2012 - 17:30
1100-1500 West Georgia St.
Work online or onsite at your university on tough, challenging coding problems aligned to SAP’s business strategy including Analytics, Mobile, Cloud and Big Data. Joining an on-campus event you will also have the opportunity to participate in a competitive interactive Gaming contest. You can program the algorithms in different languages including C++, C#, Java, Ruby, Python, Erlang, and more.
For more information and to register go to the SAP Code Slam page at https://sap.interviewstreet.com/challenges/.
No matter if you are an experienced, international programmer, a student, a newly minted graduate or a programmer who looks to jump start a career, everyone is welcome to participate in either the virtual or the on-campus part of our Code Slam.
(NOTE: Exact times on Oct 13-14 still TBC. The Code Slam is designed to be a 24 hour-type coding challenge event. If 30+ UBC students register for the event, then SAP will host an on campus event for this. Otherwise, UBC registrants will work virtually on the challenge questions.)
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Saturday, October 13, 2012 - 09:00 to Sunday, October 14, 2012 - 12:00