Hanga taputapu ki te āwhina i rerenga tupu i roto i te United States
Ahakoa he kanohi katoa i runga i te raruraru rerenga ao, me te US "kanga haere" te whawhai, te mo'oni, ko e reira he rau o nga mano o rerenga e e kua konei i roto i to tatou hapori, me te tautoko matea. Enei tauhou fehangahangai aukati hanganga e hanga reira uaua mo ki a ratou angitu. uaua ratou ki te tiki mahi utu ora, rawaka whare, hauora me te mātauranga.
whakapono tatou Ka taea e te hangarau hanga he rerekētanga nui i roto i te tautururaa tauhou e te hunga i roto i te United States kua.
Hono tatou i roto i ārahi i te kaha ki te hinga tauārai, me te tautoko i te tuitui o rerenga i roto i to tatou hapori i to tatou Re:pūtake Hackathon.
Over lunch at Cafe Chez Panisse, the entire winning team will get a chance to ask questions and get advice from Ed Colligan, who helped establish the next generation of personal computing – the handheld computer. As the CEO of Palm, Ed spearheaded the transformation that created the highly acclaimed WebOS platform and Palm Pre line of smartphones. Ed now spends his time investing in and mentoring entrepreneurs with the goal of helping to establish the next generation of breakthrough products and brands. Ed is a board member of Numenta, POPS Worldwide, and Inboard Actions Sports, and is on the board of advisors for a number of other start-up companies. This prize offers a unique opportunity to ask questions and get advice from a product and marketing innovator, including questions like how to pitch a company to get venture funding. All while dining at one of the best restaurants in the country. Donated by Ed Colligan.
Members of second place team will each receive a Kendama, a Japanese toy that is perfect for hours of keeping yourself entertained. Donated by Deal With It.
One lucky winner will receive a free class (or can choose a series of classes) from General Assembly’s Portfolio. Donated by General Assembly.
All participants will receive some fun swag from General Assembly as well as a discount code for General Assembly’s classes.
Ki te rēhita hei takitahi rite te kamupene ranei, tēnā whakaoti i te puka e whai ake nei: