The Conrad Centre is excited to be participating in Canada’s largest international hackathon, Hack the North, taking place at the University of Waterloo from Friday, September 18th until Sunday, September 20th, 2014. With hardware resources, plenty of food, and industry leaders as mentors, it will be a weekend of hacking to remember. Conrad faculty will be dropping in at the event to support and cheer on the hackers.
Check out BET 300 alumna Rachel Pautler's blog about her experience participating in Hack the North last year with her startup, Suncayr!
About Hack the North
Hack the North is a student-run, collegiate hackathon held at the University of Waterloo. The hackathon is a 36-hour event where 1,000 students from all over the world come together to create solutions to current issues, using code. Judges and guest speakers at the 2015 event include Alexis Ohanian, co-founder of Reddit, Mike Kirkup, director of Velocity, University of Waterloo alumnus Eric Migicovsky, founder of Pebble, and Kathrina Manalac, Partner, Y Combinator.
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