"RadiumOne's Via.Me Hack to the Future" June 8-10 in San Francisco Challenges App Developers for $5,000 Prize
JUN 1, 2012 - 09:00 ET
Women 2.0 Partners With RadiumOne's Via.Me Hackathon to Highlight Skills of Bay Area's Female Developers
SAN FRANCISCO, CA--(Marketwire - June 1, 2012) - Via.Me, the popular social media publishing app, today announced that the Bay Area technology organization Women 2.0 is a partner in its "Hack to the Future" event to help showcase the skills of female developers and compete for a $5,000 grand prize for building the best hack.
Hack to The Future will bring together the best APIs in mobile, photo, video, audio and social to enable hackers to have free reign to create the most exciting new hacks.
Hack to the Future will be hosted at RadiumOne's Headquarters at 55 Market Street in San Francisco on June 8-10th. Registration for Hack to the Future is now open at http://xhack2012.com/index.html
The submission deadline is Sunday, June 3 at Noon, Pacific.
The Bay Area's leading app developers, venture capital firms and experts in the startup and tech space will attend the three-day event.
"Our mission is to increase the number of female founders of technology startups with inspiration, information and network through our platform," said Women 2.0 Co-Founder and CEO Shaherose Charania. "Events like Hack to the Future are a great opportunity for the talented female developers in the Bay Area to not only demonstrate their programming skills but further strengthen the community and culture for women innovators."
"Via.Me is psyched to host this inaugural Hack to the Future event in San Francisco. The Bay Area is a hot bed for creative, talented and adventurous hackers and there's no better place to organize a gathering focused on building for the future," said Gurbaksh Chahal, Founder and CEO of RadiumOne. "Hack to the Future is a unique opportunity for developers to hack with the Via.Me API as well as the APIs from our hackathon partners, meet industry-leaders, an elite panel of judges, show off their hacking skills and have fun with other amazing developers."
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