Be sure to not miss this exciting event, the Sports Hack Weekend, going down November 14 through 16 at the Ryerson University Mattamy Athletic Centre. It’s going to be Toronto’s First Wearable Technology Hackathon, and if you haven’t guessed it, the theme is going to be sports. So get your brains storming, get that whiteboard out and start planning your hacks, because where better to host a sports related hackathon than the former Maple Leaf Gardens?
Oh, and be sure to register early using our promo code devto2014 for 10% off registration, but only for the first 100 users, so hurry up and click here to register, or find out more about this auspicious event by visiting the SportsHackWeekend website here.
This event is generously sponsored by Ryerson University, IBM, RC4, and WeAreWearables Toronto. And if you’re into celebrity spotting, projects will be judged by Bruce Croxon, a former Dragon from CBC’s Dragon’s Den, as well as Graham Churchill, an IBM MobileFirst and Internet of Things solutions leader, and James Gibbons, CEO and Founder of Spabbit. All around, you won’t want to miss this event, so register early to take advantage of 10% off for DevTO members, and give it 110% at SportsHackWeekend.