Stamford Gets Hacked on September 18th, 2015 {Hugh Seaton}

Today’s 60-Second-Clip is from {Hugh Seaton}, organizer of the 2015 Stamford Hackathon. A 60-Second-Clip comes from a startup founder, event organizer, or program lead who has a resource to offer the community. If you have something you’d like to pitch to the community, email us at info [at]

With surprise revelations about hacking in the news on a daily basis, it’s refreshing to know that some developers are out to hack for good. Double good to know that you can join in the fun! If you’re interested in 3D technology, the Internet of Things (IoT), or Virtual Reality, whether you’re new to programming or a veteran coder, the Stamford Hackathon wants you to come out and join their first ever hackathon in Stamford. Here are the details:

  • 175 Atlantic Street, Stamford, Connecticut (Take exit 8 from I-95)
  • $50/person ($60 after Sept. 4th)
  • All programming languages welcome
  • Makers and Arduino/sensor specialists welcome

To register, visit the Stamford Hackathon registration page.

About derekkoch

Derek is CEO and Founder of Independent Software. Independent Software’s mission is to “help entrepreneurs win”; the company works with early-stage ventures to build new web and mobile software products, place talent through the A100 software apprenticeship program, and access the statewide startup community through the company's online magazine, The Whiteboard. Derek and the company also partner with such organizations as UP Global, Startup America, CTNext, the Grid, and the Connecticut Technology Council, Derek works to create and advance initiatives that help entrepreneurs manage and lead successful startup ventures rooted in Connecticut. Derek holds a master's degree in Management from Northwestern University's Kellogg School. He lives in Connecticut with his wife and their two sons.

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