Hackathon Watch

Are you looking for your next hackathon?

We are like the CNN for hackathons, 24x7 realtime updates all about hackathon. Our staffs are working hard to gather information about coming hackathons, and provide this information on this dedicated website. You can search by geolocation, beginning time, language etc.

Browse coming Hackathons or add a hackathon

Hackathon Lover

Do you love those hackathons? Do you want to be get monthly updates?

United States United Kingdom Canada Germany Netherlands Spain Italy Sweden Australia Belgium

What's next? (Coming Hackathons)

29 11
Nov 29, 2014
This fall, Intel® is bringing 10 IoT Roadshow events to developer communities in cities across the US, Europe, South America and Asia.
29 11
Nov 29, 2014
This fall, Intel® is bringing 10 IoT Roadshow events to developer communities in cities across the US, Europe, South America and Asia.
09 01
Jan 9, 2015
nwHacks is the more than just coding. Our event is about growing and connecting the community of awesome developers in the Pacific Northwest, to ship cool hacks long after January 11th!
16 01
Jan 16, 2015
The Valley Hackathon is a 24 hour programming contest where the teams complete to produce what the judges determine to be the best software project. Our judges will all be representatives from local technology companies. Cash prizes will be awarded to the top three teams.

Just Updated

16 01
Jan 16, 2015
The Valley Hackathon is a 24 hour programming contest where the teams complete to produce what the judges determine to be the best software project. Our judges will all be representatives from local technology companies. Cash prizes will be awarded to the top three teams.
15 11
Nov 15, 2014
Hackevents.de hosts the second version of health hack Munich.
24 10
Oct 24, 2014
Collaborate on ideas and create your teams for the Hackathon!
15 11
Nov 15, 2014
Great stories are timeless...
03 11
Nov 3, 2014
This workshop will focus on the bridging of the cyberinfrastructure/data visualization and polar communities and is scheduled for November 3 - 4, 2014 in New York City at the Parsons New School for Design. Improving the use and the value of existing data sets over the polar regions is crucial to promote science and support new discoveries. Ultimately, collaborations between data visualization experts and polar scientists will foster the understanding of the variability of the polar regions at different timescales, with implicit benefit for the society.