If you’re not familiar with what Random Hacks of Kindness is, it’s a community of IT professionals that works together to make the world a better and safer place. RHoK works with disaster experts to identify challenges that are faced around the world and in a collaborative effort develops software to assist with solving those challenges.
On Dec 4th and 5th, Random Hacks of Kindness is having it’s second hackathon. Hackathons are happening all over the world that weekend and Toronto is lucky enough to be hosting a satellite hackathon of its own. The hackathon is taking place all weekend(through out the night!) and is being held at University of Toronto St George Campus. If you enjoy collaborating on open source projects and wouldn’t mind helping the world at the same time, please register today!
More inforamtion about RHoK can be found here: RHoK
More information about the RHoK #2 Hackathon can be found here: RHoK #2
Details on some of the software projects worked on can be found here: Hacks
Registration information for the Toronto hackathon can be found here: Register Here
Thanks for checking out RHoK and happy hacking!