You’ll get the best possible training in programmable telecoms from the people that built the platforms. This is a unique opportunity.
This hackathon takes place just before Enterprise Connect 2019, the largest enterprise communications event on the planet. Winners get a chance to pitch before this massive audience in a session dedicated to the TADHack winners. Its a great opportunity to promote your team (find great jobs) or your business / idea (win more deals).
Even if you’re not lucky enough to live in Orlando or be visiting Enterprise Connect, you can still take part in TADHack-mini Orlando remotely from the comfort of your own home. We’ve had many winning remote hacks over the years. Check out BurBudy to see the fun you can have!
- Have fun! Check out previous years 2018, 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014 to see all the fun.
- Get educated on the power of programmable telecoms – no coding skills necessary to attend!
- Work hands-on with experts and share best practices.
- Create hacks (prototypes) using telecom technologies to solve local or global problems that matter to you.
- Get your innovative service / platform / idea promoted and presented to the global industry. Winners get to present their pitch at Enterprise Connect on Monday 18th March at 2PM.
- Meet the global community of telecom innovators – they are really nice people, just a little bit geeky.
- Learn about the programmable telecom APIs; WebRTC; communications service platforms like UCaaS (Unified Communications as a Service), CCaaS (Contact Center as a Service), UC&C (Unified Communications and Collaboration); cloud communications; decentralized / distributed web; and many other web- and IT-centric service platforms
TADHack is all about learning, sharing, coding, creating, and most importantly having fun with a diverse group of people. And if that is not enough to entice you, we have lots of cash prizes, free entrance, free food, and free parking 🙂
The Orlando technology and entrepreneurial communities are amazing! We’re getting lots of local support, props to all these groups:
- Valencia College are stars in supporting TADHack this year in letting us use their Collaborative Design Center. Especially Jerry Reed and his colleagues from the Computer Science Department; and Katie and Rachel from the CDC.
- Code for Orlando aims to fix problems in one of Code for America’s three Focus Groups: Safety and Justice, Economic Welfare, and Healthy communities. You can read more about the focus groups here: https://www.codeforamerica.org/what/focus-areas. Erin and Andrew (Co-Captains of Code for Orlando) are working with us to help developers use the TADHack sponsors’ technology to make a difference for Orlando!
- OrlandoJS. Bruno Genaro and his team provide TADHack with great support and guidance.
- IOT Orlando, led by Jared Mitchell Porcenaluk, has promoted us across the Orlando IoT community. Jerry Reed was recently presenting at one of Jared’s events.
- OrlandoDevs, a community of software developers in Orlando, FL.
Below TADHack-mini Orlando 2018 winners, Steffen Camarato, Vikki Horn, Bruno Harger Alves, and Nicolas Jaramillo, who created the hack Ghosted, enjoy Enterprise Connect 2018.