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Radisys Engage Sponsors TADHack Global 2022

Radisys is bringing a paradigm shift in programmable communications through its Engage Digital Platform. It is an open communication platform that enables anyone to create new AI-based digital engagement services and help TADHackers solve problems that matter to them. Engage Digital Platform opens communication networks (exposing voice, SMS, video) and enables them to be mashed … Continue reading Radisys Engage Sponsors TADHack Global 2022

TADHack Global 2021 Registration Open

Thank you to, Jambonz, Subspace, and AWA for sponsoring TADHack Global 2021, 25-26 September. This is our second global hackathon during a pandemic, well, let’s call it a prolonged pandemic. Last year only Berlin ran in person. This year Berlin, Orlando and Chicago will run in person; with Colombia, United Kingdom, South Africa, Sri Lanka, and Remote … Continue reading TADHack Global 2021 Registration Open

TADHack Johannesburg / South Africa

TADHack Johannesburg was our largest location in 2019, with over 200 participants. The sponsors were: MTN, IBM, TCS, Huawei, and CSG; with partners: Here Technologies, SqwidNet, RedBull, and Simwood; making TADHack Joburg possible. One of the reasons live streaming is so important between the TADHack locations is the vibrancy of Johannesburg. I remember Mark White commenting … Continue reading TADHack Johannesburg / South Africa

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

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, 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 … Continue reading 3 step guide to participating in TADHack (and maybe even winning)

Prep for TADHack-mini Orlando

We’re just one month away from TADHack-mini Orlando, at Catalyst Spaces on 25-26 March. Its going to be a unique, can-not-miss event. This weblog provides a summary of all the amazing local help we’re getting in putting TADHack-mini Orlando together, why TADHack is unique, and some guidance in prep for TADHack-mini Orlando. The Orlando technology and entrepreneurial … Continue reading Prep for TADHack-mini Orlando

TADHack Voronezh Winner: Cell Network Monitor & KPI Analyzer

By Andrey Sorokin, Alexander Kasheverov, Alexey Chernyshev (Editor’s Note: You can learn more about Voronezh in this nice video about the city, and of course on Wikipedia. Diversity is important to innovation, and this weblog describes a winning network-focused hack. Innovation is everywhere!) Introduction Often high buildings around the cell subscriber or the subscriber’s distant … Continue reading TADHack Voronezh Winner: Cell Network Monitor & KPI Analyzer


Here are some answers to common questions: Q) Who should participate in TADHack? A) TADHack is for everyone, from hackers (coders), through hustlers (business people) to hipsters (designers). Communications is a fundamental need of all humans and many ’things’, telecoms is now programmable and democratized so anyone can use the capabilities. Its become very easy, … Continue reading TADHack FAQ

Prizes for TADHack Japan

Here are the prizes for TADHack Japan. Skyway prize will be a Raspberry Pi and WebRTC book that Uchida-san of NTT Advanced Technology translated. You will be able to meet Uchida-san at both TADHack Japan (13-14 February) and the WebRTC Conference Japan (16-17 February). Telestax prize will be 80,000 yen worth of Amazon gift certificates … Continue reading Prizes for TADHack Japan