TADHack-mini Orlando 2019 runs on the 16-17 March, at Collaborative Design Center (Building 10, 3rd floor) at Valencia College, West Campus. A TADHack is an event in which people (e.g. students, graphic designers, project managers, product managers, IT Managers, Enterprise Connect attendees, computer programmers, interested individuals, and subject-matter-experts) collaborate on a software project focused on … Continue reading Announcing TADHack-mini Orlando 2019
“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?
Thank you to everyone who took part in TADHack Global 2017! Especially the 65+ partners and 5 global sponsors: Apifonica, Matrix, Telestax, Temasys, and Vidyo. You made possible the largest global hackathon over one weekend, well two this year. TADHack has grown yet again, with over 3300 registrations, quite a few locations had close to … Continue reading Wrapping up TADHack Global 2017
As part of TADHack Global 2017’s first weekend, I attended the Chicago location run by the IIT RTC Labs. Chicago has been part of TADHack since its founding in 2014. Each year it gets bigger and better. The themes I took from Chicago this year are a stronger focus on community and humanitarian problems; and … Continue reading TADHack Chicago 2017
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?
Firstly, thank you to everyone who took part, organized, or promoted TADHack this year. You’re part of a global community discovering and promoting the latest ways to add communications to your applications, services or business. TADHack is the only global meeting place for developers who want to learn, share, code and create using the tools … Continue reading TADHack 2016 Review and 2017 Plans
Mark Shuttleworth, the founder of Canonical, is back! He keynoted at the first ever TADHack in Madrid. You can see his presentation from 2014 here. At TADHack Global over the weekend of 14-16 October, we’ll have an inspirational video keynote from Mark, which is played near the start of every TADHack location. I’m sure we’ll … Continue reading Mark Shuttleworth Keynote at TADHack Global
(For English version scroll down.) En tan sólo 2 semanas, el 10 y 11 de mayo estaremos llevando a cabo TADHack Uruguay en Montevideo en las instalaciones de la Universidad ORT Uruguay, patrocinado por dicha institución y Telestax. Este será nuestro primer evento en Uruguay y el segundo en América Latina; Iquall Networks llevó adelante … Continue reading TADHack Uruguay 10-11 May
TADHack is less than two years old. The first event was in June 2014 across Madrid in Spain, Colombo in Sri Lanka, Chicago in the US, Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia, Manila in the Philippines, and comfort of your own home (remote entries). Since that first event we’ve created over 200 amazing hacks, distributed close to … Continue reading Why TADHack Works
Rob Pickering (founder and CEO) and the IPCortex team have been at several TADHacks. They participated at the first TADHack in Madrid in the 2014, and won the Google prize for our RTCEmergency incident response hack. They’ve subsequently attended TADSummits and participated in last year’s TADHack-mini London event building Keevio eye, WebRTC on a drone, … Continue reading Democratizing Communication with Founders and Coders at TADHack-mini London