Hacking Storms in Antigua

Published by Ocean Generation \ April 23, 2018 9:12 pm

Daniel Appelquist; Highlights from the first Hackathon 2018.

During our first hackathon we had many attendees and Daniel Appelquist, Director of Web Advocacy & Open Source at Samsung Research UK, joined our judging panel and board. Daniel wrote his account of what happened during the hackathon in Antigua this year. Read the full review HERE

“Sometimes a seemingly strange opportunity comes your way and you just have to roll with it.

Such was the situation two weeks ago when a last-minute opportunity came our way at Samsung Internet Developer Advocacy to present and judge at a UN-sponsored hack-a-thon in Antigua. The organization that was running the hack, Ocean Generation (more on them later), was looking for someone with technical expertise to sit on the judging panel”

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