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Monday
Sep 12, 2016
Toledo OpenHack: AquaHacking Lake Erie 2017
Seed Coworking

JOIN us for a special OpenHack, where we will learn about AquaHacking 2017 Lake Erie and what we are planning for the Toledo region.

IMAGINE hack-a-thons to help solve Lake Erie water problems, with a chance for your business/technology idea to compete with other cities around Lake Erie to win cash prizes.

Does this sound like fun? Is it educational and rewarding? You bet! This is a chance to be part of a business that has community and social value.

After the AquaHacking explanation and Q&A, we will return to our normal OpenHack. All skill levels welcomed. Come to learn, teach, work, or play.

Bring your own technology; WiFi provided.

The Mud Hens season will be over, so expect less competition for parking.

JOIN our community on Slack! Sign up today: http://toledodevs.herokuapp.com/

Tuesday
Oct 11, 2016
TNewTech: Hackathons
Nitschke Technology Commercialization Complex (U. Toledo)

Hello TNewTech!

Have you ever been to a hackathon?

Have you ever wanted to be a part of a hackathon?

Are there any hackathons in Toledo?

Come find the answers to these question, and find people who are hacking to make Toledo a better place.

If you have ever been to a hackathon, have experience putting on a hackathon, or have something you'd like to say about hackathons we'd love to have you give a presentation about your experience!

Here's an awesome video of a very successful hackathon that was put on by The College of New Jersey.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dI5TKMok4Rw

Saturday
Oct 15, 2016
GlassHacks 2016
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Maumee Valley Country Day School

GlassHacks will be a 24 hour hackathon hosted at Maumee Valley Country Day School, open to high school students across the country.

Including volunteers, mentors, judges, sponsors, and students, we expect over 120 attendees.

The event is open to EVERYONE, regardless of prior experience! We expect skilled individuals as well as beginners with little to no experience. Our goal is to offer as many learning opportunities throughout the event as possible. This includes workshops, contests, and, of course, speakers. We'll provide nearly everything you could possibly need to have an incredible hacking experience. Expect great prizes, cool T-shirts, and lots more.

Hackathons are 24 to 36 hour events where teams of students (experienced AND beginner) work together to build cool projects in both software and hardware.

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Saturday
Nov 19, 2016
HackOhio
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Ohio State - Ohio Union (Columbus)

On November 19th, join us at HackOHI/O—the Ohio State University's largest hackathon—for a weekend of building and creating real projects with awesome people. Over 700 undergraduate and graduate students will design, build, and demonstrate projects to a live audience of students, faculty, and representatives from tech companies.

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Tuesday
Apr 11, 2017
TNewTech: Erie Hack Toledo
Nitschke Technology Commercialization Complex (U. Toledo)

Come check out the Erie Hack Semi-finalists before they present at Erie Hack Detroit! Presenters will take the stage for 10 minutes each, 5 minutes to demo and 5 minutes to answer questions, followed by open announcements and community networking. E-mail organizers at launchpad@utoledo.edu if you'd like to present at a future Meetup!

This Meetup will be catered by Fusian, a new restaurant in Toledo.

PRESENTERS:

Fresh Water - an app to connect people to resources and information on Lake Erie.

Aquasci - a gamified citizen science app Open Erie - an effort to synthesize key Lake Erie data and improve key data accessibility for various target markets .

ACOsystem - a machine that proposes to harvest algae and process it for fuel.

ErieHack is a Hackathon series for the great lakes. More info at www.eriehack.io

Saturday
Oct 28, 2017
Toledo Hacks
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Toledo School for the Arts

ToledoHacks for the Arts is a high school hackathon in Toledo, Ohio. High school students who attend ToledoHacks are given 24 hours to think of a neat shortcut or solution to a problem, and bring it to life with code. In short, it's a life hack with technology.

There is no set goal that one must accomplish. Students can make anything from a metronome to a robot, as long as all the code for the project is made during the event

http://www.wtol.com/story/36711017/40-students-compete-24-hour-hack-a-thon

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Saturday
Dec 2, 2017
Local Hack Day at University of Toledo
Nitschke Technology Commercialization Complex (U. Toledo)

Students (college and high school) are invited to join the University of Toledo ACM's Women in Computing student chapter at their first ever Local Hack Day (sponsored by Major League Hacking)!

MLH Local Hack Day - https://localhackday.mlh.io/ - is a 12 hour hack day taking place at the University of Toledo Brady Center that brings together the local hacker community to celebrate building awesome technology.

On December 2nd, students around the world will be simultaneously hosting their own MLH Local Hack Day at their school, resulting in the single largest day of student hacking ever.

What is a hackathon/hack day? A hackathon/hack day is best described as an “invention marathon”. Anyone who has an interest in technology attends a hackathon to learn, build & share their creations over the course of a weekend in a relaxed and welcoming atmosphere. You don’t have to be a programmer and you certainly don’t have to be majoring in Computer Science.

No programming/engineering experience necessary! Come to learn!

FREE FOOD THROUGHOUT THE WHOLE EVENT.

PRIZES WILL BE AWARDED AT THE END OF THE EVENT.

Open to all students from any university/college. Area high school students are also welcome to attend.

If you are a software developer, you may want to volunteer as a mentor.

Saturday
Mar 3, 2018
CANCELED - GlassHacks 2018
Maumee Valley Country Day School

GlassHacks has been canceled for March 3-4 due to lack of support.

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Saturday
Feb 23
AT&T Toledo Smart Cities Hackathon
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Nitschke Technology Commercialization Complex (U. Toledo)

Across the globe, “Smart Cities” are working to harness the power of data and technology to solve community problems and improve the quality of life for their residents.

Join a dynamic group of students, technology experts and community leaders for a 24-hour Toledo Smart Cities Hackathon, designed to tackle some of the biggest challenges facing the region.

We’ll look for new ways to engage community problems such as student homelessness and safe water, while examining how technology could help improve everyday life in Northwest Ohio.

Bring your brainpower (and your laptop). It’s going to be an exciting 24 hours!

Problem Statements * A Smarter Toledo * Student Homelessness * Clean and Safe Water

Tentative Event Agenda: (subject to change)

Saturday, February 23, 2019

  • 3:00pm Registration & Networking
  • 4:30pm Guest Speakers
  • 4:45pm Smart Cities Panel Discussion with local entrepreneurs/technologists
  • 5:15pm The Hacking Begins!

Sunday, February 24, 2019

  • 8:30am Breakfast
  • 9:45am The Hacking Continues!
  • 2:30pm Presentations
  • 3:30pm Awards
  • 4pm Event Close
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