Category Archives: Developer Resources

Remote Entry Procedure for TADHack Global 2020

One of the big differences this year is all locations accept remote entries. Normally we only have a TADHack Global Remote registration. This year, if you are based in North America, you submit into TADHack Chicago / North America. Or if you are based in the Asia Pacific region we have TADHack Asia Pacific. If … Continue reading Remote Entry Procedure for TADHack Global 2020

Guide to TADHack Global 2020

This weblog provides a guide to TADHack Global 2020. TADHack Global is a hackathon where locations round the world run in parallel over one weekend. TADHack helps people learn about the latest Internet, IT, and Telecoms / Communications technologies; and use those technologies to solve problems that matter to them. Past hacks have included programmable telecoms (voice, video, … Continue reading Guide to TADHack Global 2020

Turn your Hack Idea into a Blockchain Startup with Status Incubate

Status Incubate is a decentralized blockchain incubator, designed for projects that are or are planning to become open source. Incubator’s goal is to foster a rich ecosystem for the decentralized Web. They select projects and provide funds, resources and expertise to help up and coming teams of passionate entrepreneurs build successful decentralized solutions. What does … Continue reading Turn your Hack Idea into a Blockchain Startup with Status Incubate

Why Ethereum Matters

At TADHack we’ve had hacks that included Bitcoin since the first TADHack in 2014. Mentioned in the Status sponsorship announcement we have celebs from the Ethereum community win at TADHack, such as Luis from Aragon. David Dias from Protocol Labs is a regular speaker at TADSummit, here are some of his contributions from 2016 and … Continue reading Why Ethereum Matters

TADHack Global 2017 Winners

We ran a live stream on the 2nd October to announce all the TADHack Global 2017 winners across all locations, ArcFire challenge, and global sponsors’ prizes from Apifonica, Matrix, Telestax, and Vidyo. We’re missing the the Lusaka location winners, and the Telestax video. We’ll update the content when it becomes available. Below I list out … Continue reading TADHack Global 2017 Winners

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?

Restcomm Tutorial from Telestax

For TADHack-mini Orlando, Telestax, the Restcomm company, would like to help participants that want learn and use our product for the event and to meet the Telestax team on-site. To help participants prepare for the TADHack-mini Orlando challenge, we’ve prepared a short set of tutorials using an innovative online learning tool, Lessonly, to get up … Continue reading Restcomm Tutorial from Telestax

RingCentral Webinar for TADHack-mini Orlando

RingCentral are new to TADHack, to help you understand their resources and also meet the RingCentral folks who will be helping you at TADHack-mini Orlando we ran a webinar on Friday 17th March, video is shown below. The RingCentral resources are on the main TADHack-mini Orlando page, just scroll down the page to see all … Continue reading RingCentral Webinar for TADHack-mini Orlando

How to Voxbone at TADHack-mini London 2016

By Sacha Nacar Torrey Searle and I participated in the TADHack mini hackathon in London this past weekend and we discovered some pretty cool things… Everybody loves Slack, there’s no denying it – we even tried mashing it up with our own APIs. However, what Slack lacks is the same ‘openness’ in voice/video communication. Yes … Continue reading How to Voxbone at TADHack-mini London 2016