Capital One’s Gift the Code hackathon saw over two hundred Toronto developers join together for a 48-hour hackathon – but instead of competing for a top prize, these 34 teams were competing to build the best solutions for Canadian charities. Continue reading Toronto Hackers & Capital One ‘Use Digital For Good’ to Support Canadian Charities
Our latest #TrendyTechieContributor @charmaine_klee shares her tips for #hackathon success! Continue reading A Pixar Lover’s Guide to Hackathon Success – by Charmaine Lee
By launching Code Heroes, Kelly Bergeron has made it her mission to ensure her town is keeping pace with the ever-moving tech world. Code Heroes teaches digital literacy to residents of Cornwall, a small town with a big-picture mindset and an appetite to change the world. Continue reading Code Heroes: How One Small Town is Embracing Digital Literacy
This past weekend I flew farther West than I’ve ever been before, to beautiful Burnaby, BC. A suburb of Vancouver, Burnaby is home to the British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT), where I spent the weekend providing technical and moral … Continue reading Hacking and Weekending in Vancouver
Canadian fashion and tech industries collide in this epic collaboration between the Fashion Zone, Canada’s newest incubator and accelerator for fashion-inspired entrepreneurs, and Hackernest, Canada’s largest tech meetup: the first-ever Hack’n’Talk at Ryerson University’s Digital Media Zone on June 28 … Continue reading Hack. Play. Create.