All posts by Alan Quayle

Finland’s Apifonica becomes the latest TADHack Global sponsor

We’re pleased to announce Apifonica is the latest TADHack Global 2017 sponsor. Apifonica is a communications API provider based in Helsinki (Finland), with direct connection to over 120 carrier networks in 46 countries. As of July 2017, Apifonica’s solutions enable voice calls, SMS messaging and phone numbers inventory management for web and mobile applications serving … Continue reading Finland’s Apifonica becomes the latest TADHack Global sponsor

List of TADHack Hacks

This weblog provides a list of the 408 TADHack hacks created so far. The data is distributed over the weblogs and YouTube, we’re simply consolidating it into one place. The list covers the hack name, team members, sponsor resources used, description, and link to the pitch video. Its amazing the creativity displayed in this list, … Continue reading List of TADHack Hacks

Spotlight on TADHack Chicago

TADHack Chicago has run every year since the first ever TADHack in June 2014, we started with one location, Madrid, and ended up adding four satellite locations as people wanted to join in the fun, so TADHack Global was born. Today we’re at over 30 locations around the world. The other locations with this distinction … Continue reading Spotlight on TADHack Chicago

Announcing New TADHack Partner Protocol Labs

Protocol Labs is the powerhouse behind a number of important decentralized web projects, for example IPFS (Inter Planetary File System) and Filecoin. Protocol Labs mission is broad, to improve the internet and computing. They do so by creating groundbreaking protocols, and speeding up the pipeline from ideas on paper to users’ hands. TADHack and TADSummit … Continue reading Announcing New TADHack Partner Protocol Labs

What happens at a TADHack?

We are really excited about all the new locations this year at TADHack Global, including Sofia and Varna in Bulgaria, Aukland in New Zealand, Sydney in Australia, Belfast in the UK, The Hague in the Netherlands, St Petersburg in Russia, Seattle in the USA, and more in the pipeline. For some of the locations, hackathons … Continue reading What happens at a TADHack?

TADHack Global 2017 Announced

TADHack Global 2017 will run across 30+ locations around the world at the end of September. Locations will run on one of two weekends: 23 – 24 September or 29 Sept – 1 Oct. We tried to keep it to one weekend, but given the complexity of running such a massive global event, we added … Continue reading TADHack Global 2017 Announced

Scott Barstow on Hacking with Amazon Lex

A few weeks back I jumped into my 3rd TADHack event to compete. I’d been doing a good bit of work in the run up to the event using Amazon Lex, so I decided to build a simple interface from the PSTN (or old telephone network for you telecom newbs) to a Lex chatbot. Lex … Continue reading Scott Barstow on Hacking with Amazon Lex

TADHack-mini Orlando Review

Chatting with the people taking part in TADHack-mini Orlando highlighted a few things we do at TADHack, that perhaps we need to emphasize more in explaining why we’re unique and a great event for people to attend: We bring many technologies together so you can compare, contrast, understand how they can be mashed up, and … Continue reading TADHack-mini Orlando Review

TADHack-mini Orlando Winners

TADHack-mini Orlando delivered on our motto of TADHack is for Everyone! We had many first time hackers achieving impressive results. The diversity of people from students to business, from hardcore coders to newbies, delivered a freshness and uniqueness of telecom applications that everyone involved was proud to be part of. This weblog is just a … Continue reading TADHack-mini Orlando Winners