Saturday, Sept. 23, 2017, 10 a.m. 1:30 p.m.
The HACC breaks the mold of a traditional hackathon, which typically takes place over a single day or weekend. The HACC provides an expanded four-week timeframe meant to encourage interaction between community teams and state department personnel, ultimately resulting in sustainable solutions that are appropriately matched with technologies and platforms in use or being considered by the state. Beginning at the HACC Kickoff, community participants form teams and select from a list of challenges themed around key problems facing the state.
Certificates of award were also presented to community teams pcotg-v2 (Peaceful Citizens of the Galaxy, Version 2) and PoweredByRamen, as well as high school teams J.E.S.S. (Kamehameha School Kapalama), Na Koa (Kamehameha School Maui), and Furious-Five (Punahou School).
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Congratulations to the HACC 2017 Winners!The 2nd Hawaii Annual Code Challenge (HACC) culminated on Sept. 23, 2017, at the East-West Center, as Gov. David Ige welcomed a total of 20 community teams who presented innovative solutions to various state challenges. Congratulations to this years winners and mahalo to all participants for making the event a success.The month-long HACC kicked off on Aug. 26, at the East-West Center, Keoni Auditorium, with hundreds of computer programmers, software developers, and tech-minded innovators accepting the State of Hawaiis challenge to lend their collective creativity toward improving state government. Community teams returned for the HACC Judging and Awards (a.k.a. Demo Day) on Sept. 23.
Saturday, Sept. 2, 2017, 10 a.m. 2 p.m.
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Open to everyone, from students to amateurs to professionals, the Hawaii Annual Code Challenge (HACC) is a hackathon-inspired competition designed to engage the local tech community in modernizing state functions and services and support IT workforce development. Conceived by Gov. David Y. Ige, the event is coordinated by theOffice of Enterprise Technology Servicesin partnership with theHigh Technology Development Corporation, local nonprofitHawaii Open DataDevLeague, and multiple state departments and agencies that will put forth challenges to community participants for identifying innovative ways to promote a more effective, efficient and open government.
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