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mLab Zambia: Mobile Apps Hackathon-UNZA
Saturday, March 9, 2013 from 8:30 AM to 10:00 PM (PST)
CONNECTING ZAMBIA TO A RESILIENT GLOBAL NETWORT
This very special mLab Zambia Mobile App Hackathon, an event produced by mLab Zambia and TRADESQR, is designed for University of Zambia students both technical & non-technical to build apps/mobile apps to benefit our education, commerce, energy and health systems. We will have free food, great speakers, and some awesome prizes provided by our sponsors. Developers, health practitioners, energy experts, entrepreneurs, teachers, and students are heavily encouraged to meet new people, scout for teammates, and collaborate to help improve our education, trade, health and energy sectors.
We Supply: Quick presentations and code samples that help to bootstrap your hacking, food to keep you going, and caffeine to keep you awake. Along with technical senseis to assist you in building faster, smarter, and with new tools.
You Bring: Your laptop, skills & ideas. Come with a collaborative, team focused mindset and/or team up in advance on Twitter/Facebook/Google+ via the #mlabhack hashtag. Whether you are a backend person and code in Ruby/PHP/.NET or are a designer and only work with Illustrator, you are invited to attend this event. Every group needs a good balance of talent and your development skills are needed!K
10:00a Registration and Breakfast + Networking
11:00a Lightning Talks
12:00p Lunch is Served!
7:00p App Submission Deadline
8:30p Content Winners Announced & Drinks!
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Alex Donn (AT&T Developer Program)
Hi! I am a developer evangelist with mLab Zambia and specialize in rapid mobile app development.
If you have any questions about this event or mobile application development in general, please find me on Twitter and message me!