Posts Tagged ‘HackNY’

HackNY Expands To Accommodate Flood Of Applicants

It’s that time of year when incubators galore are training tech talent. HackNY is at the forefront and their avowed goal, as written previously here at NY Tech Blog is: “More than just an incubator contributing to the local tech ecosystem, HackNY is a trailblazing program dedicated to solving the startup manpower shortage, itself a [...]

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hackNY 2011 Kicks Off Next Week

Coding, caffeine, and controlled chaos will be in copious supply on April 9 and 10 when this year’s hackNY kicks off. Like its predecessor, hackNY will bring together the startup community on the first day, followed by a furious all nighter that climaxes on presentations the following morning. To register, go here. Keep in mind [...]

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Update: HackNY Has Slots For 24 Fellowships This 2011

HackNY unveiled ambitious new plans for its summer fellowship program this year that basically entices participants with the promise of cash, free lodging, and tons of experience. More than just an incubator contributing to the local tech ecosystem, hackNY is a trailblazing program dedicated to solving the startup manpower shortage, itself a crucial issue that [...]

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HackNY Marks One Year Anniversary

HackNY did more than it’s bit for the Big Apple tech scene last year when it became a bridge for students to find opportunities in the growing startup environment through a helpful fellowship program. Launched by two professors and a data scientist, HackNY addressed a problem before it even sent ripples across the local scene. Back then, [...]

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Hundreds Gather For HackNY Weekend Hackathon

“The one thing judges don’t care about is whether or not a hack is commercializable.” This was the criteria set by 1/3 of HackNY‘s founding trio Evan Korth (the other two are Chris Wiggins and bit.ly veteran Hilary Mason) to inspire those gathered for HackNY’s fall Hackathon. No surprise then that over 200 students from 33 [...]

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