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About Random Hacks of Kindness, Bangalore.

About Random Hacks of Kindness, Bangalore.
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Thanks Heather!

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    Random Hacks of Kindness Random Hacks of Kindness Presentation Transcript

    • What to expect at Random Hacks of Kindness? Bengaluru, India June 4 – 5, 2011
      • We are a team of volunteers who drummed up this event for you.
      • For two days, we will brain and hack on humanitarian aid, climate change and disaster risk reduction problems.
      • We are a satellite event, so we got funding from local sponsors. The event counts on each of you to help us make it great.
      • So, really, YOU are the event : )
      RHoK Bengaluru
      • RHoK
      How to…
      • All hackers need to sign up at rhokbangalore.eventbrite.com
      • Add your name, some basic details.
      • WHY?
        • Get to know people who you might hack with
        • Everyone else knows about your expertise / skill set
      Sign up …
      • New problem definitions are being added to the RHoK site < www.rhok.org > daily.
        • Check out the definitions
        • Start brainstorming
        • Ask the organizers questions
            • [email_address]
            • [email_address]
      Review the problem definitions
      • If you can’t attend, please email [email_address] or [email_address]
      • We can give your spot to someone else.
      Can’t Attend?
      • RHoK Bangalore will provide you with: Lunch, Tea/Coffee, T-shirt, stickers, some swag and prizes for winning hacks.
      • RHoK Bangalore thanks our amazing sponsors:
        • Jaaga
        • Intuit
        • Yahoo Labs
        • Esri
      The Main event
      • Your Laptop, power bar, power strips, demo equipment, dongle
      • Camera, webcam, headphones
      • Smile and an open mind
      • Water bottles: drinking water is available @ the venue, but we will not pollute mother earth by using plastic/paper cups , so your own bottle will help!
      • Pocketful of chewing gums, coffee sweets to give you constant supply of glucose, caffeine & ideas!
      What to bring?
      • Jaaga – Creative Common Ground
      • No. 16/1, Rhenius Street Off Richmond Road Opposite Hockey Stadium Shanthinagar Bangalore - 560025. INDIA
      • Questions? [email_address] +91 9893 627 684
      Where is RHoK Bangalore?
      • 8:30 am Arrive, help us set-up and Register
      • 9:00 -9:30 Introduction to RHoK
      • 9:30 Keynote speaker Dr. J. Srinivasan (IISc)
      • 10:30 Tea / Coffee served
      • 10:40 Presenetation by Venketesh on ‘txtweb’ a platform for future of SMS data handling.
      • Then pick your problem definitions and teams. Start brainstorming
      • Coding, doing, brainstorming
      • 1:30 Lunch Break
      • Coding, doing, brainstorming
      • 6:00 – 6:30 Quick Discussion about your team’s work
      • 7:00 ongoing (Optional to stay late. Otherwise, we’ll see you the next day)
      Saturday Schedule
      • 8:00 – 8:30 am Arrive, Help us set up
      • 8:30 – 10:00 am More coding
      • 10:00 – 10:30 am Keynote by Mr. Bala Girisaballa, Yahoo Labs
      • 11:00 am Tea/Coffee served
      • More coding & testing
      • 1:00 Meals served
      • More coding & testing
      • 4:00 pm Demo and prizes
      • 6:00pm End of event
      Sunday Schedule
      • RHoK Bangalore has four judges:
        • Mr. Vijayakumar Ivaturi – CTO, WIPRO
        • Mr. Bala Girisaballa – Director, Yahoo Labs
        • Prof. Rajagopalan – IIITB, Bangalore
        • Sreekandh Balakrishnan – Open Source Consultant
      Who are the judges?
      • For RHoK events we recommend the following criteria when local judges assess and rank projects presented at their event creativity / innovative / unique:
      • utility, can it be used in the field?
      • applicable, does it solve a problem
      • impact, local or global
      • progress (on existing work, or starting from nothing)
      • usability
      • other...
      How does Judging Work?
    • Thanks! See you on Saturday morning! We may have few last moment announcement then! WISH YOU LUCK!!!