New York City, get ready to hack. The TNW USA Hack Battle is back!

New York City, get ready to hack. The TNW USA Hack Battle is back!

Hey NYC! Are you ready to hack? Sign up for our Hack Battle by completing an application here, or read on to see why you should.

The rumours are true. Not only are we hosting our third annual conference in New York City, we’ll also be back for our legendary Hack Battle. Two days of coding, designing and hanging out with the best in the business means that our previous Hack Battles have always proven to be a great experience for everyone involved. This November 14-15, we’re coming back to AlleyNYC to do it all again.

Like every edition before it, we were nothing short of impressed with the hacks attendees came up with. We could go on about the amazing vibe we have at our Hack Battles, but it’s better to just let the aftermovie speak for itself.

This year, we’re happy to be co-hosting our USA Hack Battle with HackerRank, the world’s fastest growing developer platform. The world’s biggest tech companies hold their eyes glued to their leaderboards, often offering top developers job opportunities. During the event, they will host short and exciting code sprints for a shot at one of many great prizes.

We’re also glad to announce our first of many API partners, with experts from Deezer, Todoist and VeriSign joining us in New York to assist with insider knowledge about optimising the use of their products in your ideas.

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Hack Presentations at TNW Europe 2015

To mix things up a bit for this edition, we’re also providing attendees with access to cutting-edge hardware products. Our first hardware partner SMART Technologies will be supplying teams with their collaborative digital whiteboards, but that’s not all – there are other exciting things to be announced soon.

So why wait? Registration has opened and we’ll start sending invites from August 24th. Space is limited, so be quick and we’ll see you on the battlefield.

Sign up for the TNW USA Hack Battle 2015

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