With the Cape Town Township Tech Hackathon taking place this past weekend, we now know which teams made it through, and who will judge them.
Announced in August during Women’s month, Microsoft SA’s [email protected] hackathon announced its winner earlier this week.
The [email protected] hackathon kicks off today, with the winning solution getting the support of Microsoft SA for a fully fledged rollout.
There will be four hackathons hosted by the pair with a view to curbing gender-based violence in South Africa.
After five years, GirlCode’s hackathons sing a swansong.
Local Kids Hack Day brings children together to learn more about coding and robotics.
As many as eight teams took part in the local leg of HiiL’s Global Legal Hackathon 2019.
Following their fifth annual Hackathon, GirlCode has announced the winners of its 2018 GirlCodeHack, with the team heading to the Women in Tech conference in Amsterdam in November.
There are prizes worth R350 000 up for grabs including a trip to Amsterdam.
Cape Town’s first ever Blockchain Symposium was won by a team who designed a water-saving solution.
The Airports Company of South Africa has partnered with Tshimologong for a security access hackathon.
Artists, programmers, coders and creators, mark your calendars for the Vega Game Jam happening later this month.
Hack for a Purpose 2017 takes place from 29th to 30th September.
The winning team will receive a R20 000 cash prize and an opportunity to be one of the Santam Safety Ideas Top 10 finalists.
Girlcode Hackathon will be held at the Tshimologong Precinct in Braamfontein.
Creative types and techies are invited to a 48-hour hackathon to pitch their ideas for Tiger Tail Digital’s brand identity.
This week Brendyn, Clinton and Nick talk about The Last Guardian and Samsung’s exploding Note 7 while Adam talks to Investec about the hackathons it hosts.
This is your chance to programme with Kent Beck.