All posts by Adrienne Marshall

Hack The 6: Toronto’s First Creative Hackathon

On June 19th, teams of artists, developers, and dreamers are invited to collaborate Toronto’s first creative hackathon. Groups will be competing to build the most innovative product as judged by a panel of city creatives for a chance to win $10,000. Throughout the event there will be an art exhibition and a live DJ.

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Partnering with 14 other cities around the world, Fishackathon Toronto 2015 will be challenging coders to help identify issues facing the ocean, fish and fisheries around the globe and to develop mobile and technological solutions to these real-world problems.

At the end of the weekend, teams will be able to present the solutions to their completed challenges to a judging panel. Winners will be chosen locally before being judged internationally for the grand prizes and local runners up will be selected for local prizes.

Whether you are a save the ocean crusader or don’t know the difference between a rock and a jellyfish; an amateur coder or a technology expert you can join Fishackathon Toronto 2015!

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Fashion Meets Technology at the Ryerson Fashion Zone Hack’n’Talk

Our friends at the Ryerson Fashion Zone are hosting their second annual Hack’n’Talk May 1st to 3rd! The event is a three day conference and collaborative hacking session for fashion-inspired technology projects. This year’s focus will be on the style surrounding wearable technology. During the event, attendees will have the chance to attend workshops on Practical Aesthetics and Colour Theory, hear from industry experts, meet past winners, and play with cool tools to experiment, create, and innovate in fashion technology.

The event is open to developers, designers, and entrepreneurs and is a great opportunity to test startup ideas, build your network, and meet industry experts.

Want to attend? Friends of DevTO can get 20% off their registration using code HNTCOMMUNITY

Have questions? Want to volunteer? Reach out to the Hack’n’Talk team at