TADHack-mini Japan hackathon is now live with English and Japanese websites. Thank you to Michi Kiyono (NTT-AT) for the translation work and Naoki Uchida (NTT-AT) for your guidance in making this event possible. TADHack Japan will run on the 13th and 14th February, just before the WebRTC Conference in Tokyo on the 16th and 17th February. The focus technologies for TADHack Japan are WebRTC and those of the sponsors. The event will be run in Japanese, with occasional translation for those unable to speak Japanese. Pitches can be given in Japanese or English or both.
Thank you to the sponsors Matrix, NTT-AT, Skyway, and Telestax for making TADHack Japan possible. And partners Ric Telecom and WebRTC Conference for your support and promotion in Japan.
TADHack Japan is free to enter, we have prizes from Matrix of a HR-OS1 Humanoid Endoskeleton Robot (see below), $1000 from Telestax, plus others from NTT-AT and Skyway to be announced.
Check out the over 250 pitch videos created last year from mini events in Paris, London, Chicago, and the Global event from around the world on the TADHack YouTube channel.
TADHacks are all about bringing Communications Technologies to developers around the world. TADHack is here to help developers discover the latest ways to add communications to their application, services and business processes. Listen to expert speakers from around the world, see amazing new technologies, and meet the international community of telecom app developers innovating in communications.
TADHack-mini Japan hackathon will be a great opportunity to learn about WebRTC, show off your WebRTC skills, and learn about many more communication technologies. TADHack is for everyone, you do not need to be an experience coder to take part or to win. This is our first event in Japan, and our first event where English is not the event language. Tara Takae Nakayama from Commci, a professional translator I have worked with in Japan, will be with us on both days to help the poor English-only speakers cope 😉
You can register for TADHack Japan here in English or Japanese. And remember, we always accept remote entries!