Hackby 2013

A 24h IT marathon for technology geeks and innovation fans

19 20 January 2013

Altoros is organizing Hackby 2013, a unique IT marathon for technology geeks and innovation fans. On January 19-20, 2013, more than 100 Belarusian Web and mobile developers, designers, project managers, QA engineers, system architects, and other specialists will come to Hackby 2013. Together they will brainstorm brilliant ideas to complete a challenging task—bring a Web project or a mobile app to life within 24 hours!

The panel will select the best projects in different categories and the winners will be awarded prizes. Last year, the list of technologies was not limited, however, this time we decided to make the task even more complicated. The list of project categories will be as follows:

Data Storage: your project must use a NoSQL database and be deployed on a cluster consisting of at least several nodes.

Data Processing: distribute workload among several machines (at least three) with Hadoop to show others how to process data extremely fast.

Data Visualization: present a large volume of data, at least 100,000,000 records, in a clear and logical way. Use graphical means to convey complex information. It would be great, if you used data from different sources and demonstrated how these facts can relate to each other.

Mobile Apps: use cross-platform tools to create universally compatible apps that will run on mobile platforms, such as iOS, Android, and WinPhone, as well as on desktop systems, including Win, OSX, and Linux.

Ruby Development: use the beautiful Ruby language or Ruby on Rails to deliver modern, fast, and user-friendly projects.

Traditionally, the hackathon is organized and sponsored by Altoros. You can find more details about the educational events we organized on our News and R&D Blog http://blog.altoros.com/category...

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  • Sergey Avseyev
  • yudong wang
  • Olga Lavrentieva
  • Alex Teut
  • Srinivasan Rajivelu

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  • james fuller
  • Joachim Thomas
  • Sergey Nartimov
  • Dzmitry Aleinik

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