Jisc Digifest 2019 Hackathon – insider views

Hopefully you will have seen Peter Cliff’s blog post below on our recent hackathon, which was a huge success and a really enjoyable experience.

Now its time to hear from one of the participants, Nathaniel Reed from the winning Hull University team on what their experience was like.

The hull team spent the two days building an initial version of an ‘intelligent campus’ application which allows students to engage with student services, find out their schedules and be notified of changes by their institution more easily.

Read Nathaniel’s post here

Feedback from all the participants was that they had enjoyed the experience and all gained something from participating and we ere impressed by the hard work and outputs from all the teams taking part.

We’re planning another hacktahon May 29th – 30th to run alongside the CAN Conference at Open University Milton Keynes, watch this space for details on how to sign up and join us for what we hope will be an equally inspiring two days.

 

 

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