We’re looking back on a wonderfull second edition of Emakina’s Emhackinathon. This year’s challenge: build a fully functional prototype of a Chatbot, and present it to the jury within 48 hours. The video gives you a little idea of the exciting times all participants shared! 48 hours, 5 great teams, lots of coffee, top experienced […]
Last weekend, Emakina organized its first hackathon in collaboration with Microsoft Internet of Things. 48 hours of coding, brainstorming, testing, eating, sleeping, designing, laughing frantically from exhaustion after accidentally deleting hours of work, crying on the floor, then building it all back up again while thinking about Kipling’s poem ‘If’ – and many more wonderful […]
The Emakina family is growing and we’re on a roll, with exciting projects, new technological solutions and above all, a magical melting pot of talent from various backgrounds. It is exciting to witness how new talent jumps aboard this fast train, and becomes part of the movement. Laurane Colignon, already well at home at Emakina […]
From 16 to 18 October, young and aspiring creative souls with a heart for coding will want to be in on a new feast of the Belgian hacking and coding community. Are you a student specialising in coding, digital development and UX/design? Then this is your hour! Participate in the EmHackinathon, subscribe today! Everyone will go […]
The hackathon Emakina organized with Microsoft Internet of Things a few weeks ago was a real success, as we already wrote about (click to check out the projects). Here’s a short video for those of you who want to relive this exceptional weekend – or just have a look at the atmosphere of this creative IoT […]
As was the case last year, Emakina’s CEO Brice Le Blévennec, will be an enthusiastic jury member for the coding event of Emakina’s client ING. To win the Hackathon, your idea needs to be simple. The idea needs to be realistic, but innovative. And it needs to be actionable today. Good timing changes everything …
You can follow the creative wizards and developers in their adventures down the coding rabbit hole, on #Hackaton #SYTYCC, and on the ‘So You Think You Can Code’ blog.