Code for the Kingdom is hosting their 2nd hackathon next week (Oct 25-27, 2013) in Austin, Texas.
The first hackathon in San Francisco exceeded my expectations, and I look forward to seeing what is created this time.
If you aren’t familiar with it, Code for the Kingdom is an event where designers, developers, and strategists work in teams for 48 hours to create digital tools for God’s Kingdom. Each team has access to on-site mentors specializing in various technology and ministry niches. And in the end, $10,000 will be awarded to participants.
This 2nd hackathon is themed around confronting the challenges facing children around the world. However, any ministry tech ideas are welcome to participate.
There will be two project groups: (1) new ideas that emerge from the hackathon and (2) existing apps that are already in development.
For more information, visit: CodeForTheKingdom.org.
I’ll be there, and I’ve love to see you there if you’re a designer, coder, or ideator.