Yesterday we had the May event. It took place in the workspace provided by Digidem Labs with catering provided by Kuro Studio.
This was the first time we tried the format of show and tell and we had seven different (groups of) speakers showcasing everything from autonomous robots, encryption hardware, to administration tools for Linux and a ride-sharing platform.
Two of the speakers wanted to share their slides and some additional information:
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OPENHACK started as a project within engineers without borders and is a collaborative community where ideas and knowledge are being exchanged in order to solve humanitarian challenges through open source development. Our hackathons serve as the foundation of our community where physical meetings take place and innovations are sparked to life. This is where we bring tech volunteers, aid organizations, social actors, and sponsors together in the same building to work together.
For 48 hours, developers, designers and motivated people from all over Sweden will gather for a hackathon in Gothenburg. The focus will be to leverage Open Source code to solve challenges society faces.