Friday, May 2, 2014 at 6:00 PM - Sunday, May 4, 2014 at 7:00 PM (PDT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
EVERY Participant will get a SWAG BAG + eBook + LootCrate! ($200 value)
NICKELODEON OPEN 24 HOURS FOR PARTICIPANTS ONLY!
For more information visit: www.BurbankGameHack.com
What Is Game+Hack?
Game+Hack is a hackathon, an event at which computer programmers, designers and others interested in software development collaborate intensively for a day or more on a software or mobile app project. Generally, a hackathon has a specific focus, which can include the programming language used, the operating system, an application, an API, or the subject and the demographic group of the programmers.
The intended outcome of Game+Hack 2014 is the development of mobile games/apps designed to promote any of the YMCA’s focus areas:
Youth Development, Healthy Living & Social Responsibility.
Game+Hack is a venue for self-expression and creativity through technology, as well as a social and educational event where tools are provided to more novice enthusiasts to allow them to collaboratively conceive, create and code usable software.
What do I get and what do I need?
You bring your own laptop and your creativity; we provide WiFi, technical mentors and food.
I am a novice! What do I need to know?
It is strongly recommended that novice participants (teachers, students) participate in one of our three training sessions before the event. We will contact registrants with details.
Don't be afraid - there will be mentors, advisers and industry professionals there to help during the hackathon. Just get ready to experience what a hackathon is all about and have fun creating your own mobile app!
Nickelodeon Animation Studios
231 W Olive Ave
Burbank, CA 91502
Friday, May 2nd 6:00pm - Sunday, May 4th 6:00 pm
For Full Game+Hack Schdule Visit: http://burbankgamehack.com
MENTORS will be from NASA-JPL, the Studios and government.
Special Guest Speakers/Presentors:
California Assemblyman Mike Gatto, District 43
Mayor Emily Gabel-Luddy, City of Burbank
Tom Soderstrom, NASA-JPL, IT Chief Technology Officer (CTO)
Doug Ellison, NASA-JPL, Producer- Visualization Technology Applications and Development (VTAD Group)
Peter Marx, City of Los Angeles, Chief Innovation Technology Officer
Special Presentation by NASA-JPL:
NASA-JPL CTO & Producer
TOPIC: Gaming at JPL....Hacking big data for big impact.
SUMMARY:NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory manages more than 30 missions and instruments dedicated to studying the Earth, the Solar System and the universe beyond. Howcan those missions leverage emerging technologies to make JPL's 5000 strong workforce be as efficient, reliable, agile and creative as possible? What consumer technology can we use to share the adventures of exploration and the data these missions generate with the public? What NASA resources can the hacking community use to create exciting, new projects.
Ethan Applen, Warner Bros., Executive Director- Technical Operations Division, Technology & Business Strategy- Worldwide Corporate Anti-Piracy Group
Maria Pacheco, Global Interactive/Mobile, DreamWorks Animation SKG
David Black, Chief Advisor for FIRST Robitics Team 696 & Instructor of Engineering & Technology at Clark Magnet High School
Albhy Galutenis, Sony Network Entertainment, Vice President of Digital Media Technology Strategy
Sreetham Das, Disney ABC Television Group, Product Manager
Samir Ahmed, M-GO Head of Architecture team
Sonia M. Farace, Engineer & Business Professional
Jill Tobin, Teacher at John Burroughs High School
Gabriel Andrews, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Special Agent
SPONSOR: If you would be interested in sponsoring, please email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you in advance for this great event.
*Participants must be at least 18 years old and must show valid ID to be allowed on to the studio premises.
*All events are subject to change. In the event of a change, we will make every effort to contact all ticket holders. We must reserve the right to make any changes whatsoever in the event owing to any unforeseen or unavoidable cause; or to cancel the event for any reason beyond our control without notice and without being liable to pay any ticketholder compensation for damages other than a ticket of comparable value to an event (based upon availability).