An HP Corvallis engineering group is co-hosting a Eugene hackathon with CodeChops. Software development teams will be formed at the event, and compete for great prizes, including a $1,000 award for first prize, $400 for second, and $100 for third.
HP is Opening Publishing APIs
HP is opening publishing APIs to new software components for storing and distributing content items with digital rights management. We are currently using these components in consumer products on wireless printers, but would like to expose these tools for external use into other products, and other markets. We are looking for ways HP can support the software developer’s services industry, and help enable creative, innovative ideas.
Anything you code will remain your property: HP wants a chance to see how people might use the new API’s and to troubleshoot any potential bugs that might reveal themselves. Questions? Contact Julie Anderson at Julie.Anderson@hp.com.
44 W. Broadway, Eugene, OR 97401
Friday, Oct 24, 6-10 pm | Saturday, Oct 25, 8 am – 7 pm
Good food will be provided.
CodeChops is the original co-working space in Eugene. We are located in the Broadway Commerce Center (directly above The Barn Light Cafe), on the corner of Broadway and Willamette in beautiful downtown Eugene. We cater to technology oriented businesses and support the local tech community by hosting meetups and providing neutral ground for the free sharing of ideas.
About the Judges
Joe Maruschak is a strategist and serial entrepreneur. He is the Chief Startup Officer & Executive Director of RAIN Eugene Accelerator. Joe co-founded his first company, BraveTree, in 2001. BraveTree was a video game studio that developed multi-player games for the web and the original XBox console. GarageGames acquired BraveTree in 2005, and Joe joined their executive team managing games, core web technology and the IP division. GarageGames was acquired by IAC in 2007. Joe helped IAC manage their acquisition through 2009. From 2009 – present, Joe advised many early and growth stage companies in fields as diverse as communications, health and safety, education, and biotech. He works directly with entrepreneurs on their business plans and products. He is a mentor at Portland-based accelerator PIEPDX, and is a founder and board member of the FertiLab Thinkubator, a privately funded biotech incubator and co-working space.
Oliver Dain has been working on software and statistical machine learning for over twenty years. He has worked at MIT Lincoln Laboratory, Google, SAS Institute, and 3C. He is currently the Director of Engineering at Signifyd. When not writing code Oliver can be found wandering in the mountains with a very energetic poodle in tow. Sometimes he makes pottery that is not particularly attractive.
Larry King, HP Engineering Manager, Chief Product Owner and a UC Davis graduate who has been with HP for 30 years.