The 2019 Big Data Hackathon is a collaborative event where domain knowledge experts, business analysts, programmers, graphic designers, journalists and map makers work together to create useful solutions to important problems.
We are seeking innovative ideas, solutions, and apps for Smart Living — Smart Health, Smart City, Smart Education, Smart Environment, and Smart Transportation. Participants can use their skills in journalism, business, marketing, data, public health, urban planning, programming, mapping or GIS to make San Diego a better place to live. It’s not just for programmers; the emphasis on design and creativity means that all skills will be critical to the team’s work. Teams will be formed by the Hackathon organizers if they are not formed prior to the event.
We will also provide training and workshop opportunities for participants who may need to get more programming experience or data analytic skills. MORE DETAILS on the 2019 Hackathon Leave geography site. Hackathons are a great experience to put it on a resume for future job interviews, opening new career pathways to many other options.
Hackathon Registration Leave geography site is now open until Feb. 22 - don't miss this opportunity to make a difference for San Diego!
Please join the San Diego State University and the University of California, Santa Barbara Geography departments as they host a reception during the annual Association of American Geographers meeting in Washington, D.C., April 3–7, 2019.
April 4, 2019
2446 18th Street NW
Washington D.C. 20007
The reception will be held in the rooftop area
7:00pm to 10:00pm
We hope to see you there.