G-Hack - 1day Hackathon on Google Cloud technologies

Silversquare Bailli - Louizalaan 231 Brussels, 1050 - View Map GDG Cloud Belgium
Sat, Apr 30, 9:00 AM (CEST)

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REGISTER ON https://gcloud.devoteam.com/g-hack-2022/ The G Hack is a 1 day hackathon organised by Devoteam G Cloud for Cloud Engineers, Data Engineers, Data Scientists, Software Engineers, Machine Learning Engineers, and Developers around Europe.

About this event

REGISTER ON https://gcloud.devoteam.com/g-hack-2022/


This physical event will take place on Saturday April 30, 2022 from 09:00 AM (CEST) until 23:30 PM

The G Hack is a 1 day hackathon organised by Devoteam G Cloud for Cloud Engineers, Data Engineers, Data Scientists, Software Engineers, Machine Learning Engineers, and Developers around Europe. G Hackers come to resolve one of the 3 challenges, compete for the 3K prize, learn something new, challenge themselves, eat pizza & candy at the G Cloud station, and have an awesome time.


What’s the G Hack Challenge?

The main goal of the hackathon challenge is to create a scalable, deployable and secure solution using Google Cloud technologies to build an MVP for consumers. This is where you will unleash your skills, talent, amazing ideas, and collaborate on game-changing solutions.

This year we have prepared 3 challenges, it’s up to you to choose one of them:

Ethical farming - Create a MVP for consumers to determine if a product comes from ethical farming

Protect the climate - Create a MVP for consumers to determine the carbon footprint of a product

Sustainable energy - Create a MVP for consumers to determine what energy sources were used for the production of a product

Whether you’re a seasoned hacker or you are looking to up-skill, we’ll have something for you. Test your coding skills & compete for the cash prize! Fill out the form to register for the hackathon


REGISTER ON https://gcloud.devoteam.com/g-hack-2022/

When

Saturday, Apr 30
9:00 AM - 11:30 PM (CEST)

Where

Silversquare Bailli
Louizalaan 231 Brussels1050

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