3.CityHack AT SFAX ON 14-16 OCTOBER 2016
Centre de Recherche en Numérique,
Technopark, Sfax, Tunisia
The CityHack team members are volunteer technologists, professors, and doctors who have worked together to take healthcare services to new heights all in empowering the youth participation.
We are pleased to welcome our mentors who are excited to benefit teams from their experience and help them build cool projects. Our mentors will be on site to help our participants build applications around healthcare. They will also be running workshops to help hackers sharpen their skills in communication, design, and prototyping.
Don’t miss this great opportunity to connect with our mentor and learn from their experience!
3:00PM - 4:00PM
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05:00PM - 07:00PM
It’s a fun, friendly competition! We want you to come and learn, hack and show your talent. It’s an opportunity to make a new friends.
Teams can be anywhere from one to five members. All members must register and RSVP for the event.
You will need to present a working prototype at the pitching session at the end of the hackathon.
Sadly, nope! You can certainly try things out before the competition, but you must build your entire prototype – code, hardware and all – on-site.
We encourage you to stay overnight and continue working on your project. But if for any reason you are unable to, please let us know in advance.
Not necessarily, we welcome people with different skills and would expect everyone to contribute to their respective teams.
Attendance is not mandatory but is strongly recommended if you think any of the workshops will help equip you with the knowledge and skills to get started at the hackathon.
The team that develops the project is the owner of the project and IP. We encourage participants to open source their projects to both share their hacks with the greater community.
Yes, the “Centre de Recherche en Numérique” offers numerous parking lots.