DO!Hack is an interdisciplinary Hackathon. We not only focus on developers but also on designers and electro-technicians. By doing so we hope to get not only the ideas and viewpoints of developers but also help each subject area to understand the others.
Of course you don't have to be a designer, developer or electro-technician to be able to apply to DO!Hack.
We are open for anyone, who want to participate on exciting event in the very heart of Dortmund. In our opinion Hackathons are to learn and to be a part of a team but also to do mistakes in a secured environment.
During the event our 50 applicants have 24 hours to develop a project in a team. We will not specify the projects. If you have a good idea you're free to build a team and make your own project. But don't panic if you don't have an idea. Maybe you'll find someone with an idea in which you are interested in or a team you like to work with and brainstorm together. Of course, you can also talk to our sponsors for inspiration. Also, if you run into any problems during the development, we'll have a whole lot of mentors to help you.
|Day 1, 20th July
|Opening the Gates
|Tech Talk (Malware in the IoT sector)
|Brainstorming, Prepitches, Networking
|Day 2, 21st July
|Tech Talk (Rapid Java Development with Spring Boot)
|Tech Talk (IoT - a brief history and showcase)
|Tech Talk (Chatbots & Personal Assistants)
|Coding in the Dark
|Day 3, 22nd July
Andreas Klopsch | ifis
Leon Jäkel | Sparqs, rku it
Marc Höfken and Florian Kroschewski | adesso AG
Tom Hombergs | adesso AG
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Are Chatbots and digital assistants new and innovative communication channels or just another hype? What Chatbots are, how they work and what use cases can be automated and digitalized using the example of a developed MVP for the energy industry will be shown in this talk.View talk
The term Internet of Things (IoT) became a major buzzword for technically-versed people (#Nerds). Everybody can name numerous IoT devices or tell concrete IoT use cases. But even big tech companies can’t define properly what the Internet of Things as a whole is. This talk will not clarify the meaning IoT or distinguish between other cyber-physical system (CPS). The talk will introduce the audience to the development of IoT from its origin to the early past in the first part. The second part showcases an IoT prototyping toolkit for hackers or makers.View talk
Java as a programming language is sometimes considered bulky and slow compared to the web’s scripting languages. This talk will show that we can quickly and easily create web applications with Java despite that sentiment. We will create a web application based upon the Spring Boot framework and get to know the basics on the way. There are no slides in this talk, just live coding.