Programming Hackathon 2016
Innovation around Smart Cities with San Diego Airport
When: April 4th 9am (Day 0) - April 5th 8am Pacific (Day 1)
Where: Hotel Nikko - Feinstein Lounge (next door to the Hilton Union Square)
Join us at the Programming Hackathon to learn, network, and compete for prizes! As a PI System developer, architect, integrator, admin, or data scientist, you can enjoy this high-energy and vibrant event. We will provide all the tools, subject matter experts, and a ready-to-start environment. Just show up with your ideas and energy to develop a killer app in 22 hours!
The theme of this year is Innovation around Smart Cities. We have partnered with one of the more innovative airports in the US, San Diego Airport, to provide you with real assets and data from the Airport to work with. You will be presented with an environment comprised of real assets within a smart city context. Using PI System components and our developer technologies, think outside the box and see how you can bring the Power of Data to consumers and businesses. You will work together as part of a group and work out your ideas. Use all your PI System development knowledge while learning from others. At the end, your application will be judged by a group of experts. The top applications will be awarded prizes, and you and your team will be publicly recognized for the achievement. Moreover a select group of hackers will have an opportunity to pitch their idea to a group of panelists comprised of business and investment leasers. Stay tuned and follow us on PI DevClub Forums and @PIDevClub. If you have any questions about this event, please contact email@example.com.
Q: Who is this hackathon for?
A: If you are a PI System developer, architect, integrator, idea person, data scientist, or a technologist interested in new applications around smart cities, this event is for you.
Q: What are the main benefits of participating in the hackathon?
A: You can compete in a high-energy event for recognition and prizes while networking with smart and motivated professionals in the field as teammates and competitors. You can also learn and get inspired about the cutting edge ideas and technologies leveraging the ready-to-go platform and datasets.
Q: What should I bring?
A: You will need your own development laptop. We will provide the data infrastructure and technical support.
Q: When and where will the event take place? Does it overlap with any other Users Conference activity?
A: The hackathon has moved to Hotel Nikko’s Feinstein Lounge, next door to the Hilton Union Square. It will start on Monday, April 4th at 9 am and finish on Tuesday, April 5th (Day 1) at 8 am. The programming hackathon will not overlap with any other Users Conference activity since the General Session and Keynote Presentations will begin on Tuesday at 9 am, one hour after the programming hackathon finishes.