Purdue-UNAL Gold IronHacks 2017 – Bogota, Colombia

PURDUE IRONHACKS IS ALL ABOUT:  USING OPEN DATA TO CREATE INNOVATIVE DIGITAL APPS WITH SOCIAL IMPACT!

GOLD IRONHACKS TIMELINE SPRING 2017:

The Gold IronHacks will take place as part of Software Engineering courses offered in Spring of 2017 in Engineering Faculty, Systems and Industry Departement. Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Bogota:

 

-Ingenieria de Software I: Group 1 & 2

-Ingenieria de Software II: Group 1 & 2

Professors: Jairo Aponte, David Camilo Delgado, Yury Niño

Prizes will be awarded for 3 categories 

  • Best solution to the challenge question (Amazon Giftcard $500)
  • Winning spirit (Amazon Giftcard $250)
  • Best community spirit (Amazon Giftcard $ 150)
  • Certificates
  • Potential opportunities to technology companies.

TO LEARN MORE AND SIGN-UP FOR THE HACK VISIT: www.ironhacks.com

 

Internship opportunities

SOCRATA: It is the global leader in software solutions that are designed exclusively for digital government.

Socrata is a privately-held cloud software company headquartered in Seattle’s historic Pioneer Square with offices in Washington, D.C. and London. Our core team consists of software engineers, designers, open government advocates, and business professionals who are working hard to unleash the power of data to transform the world.

Having an idea of internship opportunity might have working at Socrata:

Winners will be introduced to hiring managers at Socrata and discuss internship opportunities in various roles at Socrata in either Seattle, WA or Washington, DC. Socrata interns work on real-world projects, many of which go into production to serve our hundreds of customers, and many interns have become full-time Socrata employees.

UNIQUE opportunity for professional skills, don’t miss it. IRONHACK rocks.

 

CONTACT:

Questions or concerns? Please contact Prof. Sabine Brunswicker, Director of the Research Center for Open Digital Innovation at sbrunswi@purdue.edu and the Purdue IronHacks team at opendigital@purdue.edu or Bethany McGowan, Health Sciences Information Specialist and Assistant Professor of Library at bmcgowa@purdue.edu /