Hackathon in St. Gallen focusing on AI, VR, Blockchain and IoT


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Start Hack 2019 is running from 08 – 10 March in St. Gallen.
They will have 400 participants competing in 35 hours of coding on technologies such as Artificial intelligence, Virtual Reality, Blockchain as well as IoT.

Major sponsors include Microsoft, Volvo, Fleta and Swisscom

Last year Volvo challenged the programmers to use our focus technologies combined with gamification to create a new way of car sharing.

Entry for participants is entirely free of charge which includes Food and Accomodation as well as “possibly” between $100-$120 CHF for every participant to help with travel costs.

If you have the skills as well as the time, It could be a great opportunity to show off your talent.
Prizes will be given to participants although these have not been announced yet.

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