All posts by Alan Quayle

Code for Orlando supports TADHack-mini Orlando

Code for America is a network of people making government work for the people, by the people, in the 21st century. They are a non-partisan, non-political organization that brings technical talent to civic service that doesn’t naturally attract enough of it. We’re honored they are supporting TADHack-mini Orlando again this year. Last year Thomas Howe … Continue reading Code for Orlando supports TADHack-mini Orlando

2018 Call For Locations and Sponsors For TADHack Global, 13-14 October

TADHack Global 2018 will run on 13-14 October 2018, we anticipate 4000+ registrations. TADHack  Global is the largest telecoms focused hackathon. We have the broadest involvement of any hackathon as TADHack is for everyone, e.g. students, graphic designers, web developers, project managers, product managers, IT Managers, all types of coders, interested individuals, and subject-matter-expert. This weblog is … Continue reading 2018 Call For Locations and Sponsors For TADHack Global, 13-14 October

What’s the point of TADHack-mini Orlando?

“The only source of knowledge is experience.” Albert Einstein. The point of TADHack-mini Orlando is to provide experience and hence real knowledge in the domain of programmable telecoms. Telecoms is now democratized so anyone can program with it. You can add programmable voice, calling, text messages (SMS and IM), audio and video messages, video calling, … Continue reading What’s the point of TADHack-mini Orlando?

TADHack-mini Orlando 10-11 March at Valencia College Collaborative Design Center

We hope you had a fun and relaxing start to 2018 with friends and family.   We’re excited to be back in Orlando for TADHack-mini Orlando 10-11 March 2018. This hackathon takes place just before Enterprise Connect 2018, the largest enterprise telecoms event on the planet. Even if you’re not lucky enough to live in … Continue reading TADHack-mini Orlando 10-11 March at Valencia College Collaborative Design Center

Tiến Nguyễn Khắc on TADHack Auckland

by Ti?n Nguy?n Kh?c (Editor’s note: a frank and honest review of TADHack Auckland that shows the importance of never giving up, and team diversity is key to creating winning hacks. We loose a few teams every year between Saturday and Sunday, Ti?n describes how tenacity pays, well done!) I arrived at TADHack Auckland without … Continue reading Tiến Nguyễn Khắc on TADHack Auckland

Oracle Labs at TADHack Brisbane

TADHack 2017 in Brisbane was our first hackathon experience.  It was an opportunity to learn how to use and put together some of the existing established services to build a complex reporting software only in two days. TADHack is a telecommunication hackathon sponsored by several platform and API providers. We decided to use Matrix as … Continue reading Oracle Labs at TADHack Brisbane

Bunyip at TADHack Sydney 2017

It was spring time in Sydney town and hackathon season had just begun, at least for me. This was indeed my first, ever hackathon, but not TADHack’s! As I entered the muru-D offices on Level 9 of Telstra’s tower in Sydney’s Liverpool Street, I was greeted by a small army of friendly Telstra and Oracle … Continue reading Bunyip at TADHack Sydney 2017

3 step guide to participating in TADHack (and maybe even winning)

By Martin Zaleski, Bruno Panelli, and Guillermo Paterson. Their hack SafePlace won the 1st place Buenos Aires Location Prize using Telestax, Vidyio.io and Apifonica. They provide here a 3 step guide to taking part in TADHack 1) Find a problem and think of a solution This was our first hackathon (for the three of us) … Continue reading 3 step guide to participating in TADHack (and maybe even winning)

TADHack London PhoneGuard Review

Last weekend I attended my first ever TADHack Global in London.  Over the past couple of years I’ve attended other hackathons but never TADHack. Its focused on using programmable telecoms, which turns out to be incredibly fun and powerful. We created a hack PhoneGuard using Apifonica that won the Apifonica global prize. Thanks to everyone … Continue reading TADHack London PhoneGuard Review