Are you an entrepreneur, technologist or innovator? Have you ever wanted to impact your cities, circles and communities and solve problems that you see around you? Have you ever wanted to be the change? If yes, then join us March 11-13, 2016 for Nashville’s first Code for the Kingdom Hackathon, hosted at Lipscomb University.
Code for the Kingdom is a weekend Hackathon series and ongoing ecosystem where the challenges confronting our communities, our society, our families, and our spiritual lives are tackled from a Christian perspective. The movement hosts weekend gatherings in different cities where developers, designers, ideators and others collaborate to advance common good and serve God’s Kingdom.
This first Code for the Kingdom in Nashville will build upon the success of previous C4TK hackathons, which have already gathered over thousands of technologists to create hundreds of projects to do good. Our goal is that the weekend would leverage the skills and insights of our city’s entrepreneurs, designers, and technologists to foster an entrepreneurial culture with Christian values that extends far beyond the weekend itself. We hope lasting community and change are a result of our coming together.
Join some of the most talented developers, designers, entrepreneurs, and creative people in the country as they collaborate with each other to create innovative technology. These groups will also work with investors, mentors, innovative non-profits and churches to come up with ideas and projects to help release the oppressed, teach God’s word, heal the sick, feed the hungry, clothe the naked and support the Church and the body of Christ.
Join us March 11-13, 2016 and let’s create technology that matters.
$3,000 in prizes
Best New Code
Best Existing Code
Best Use of Digital Bible Platform
Submitting to this hackathon could earn you:
How to enter
Tickets are $25, and can be purchased here. Tickets cover 6 meals, coffee/tea, snacks, and a t-shirt.