Join us at the nation’s biggest Hackathon, part of Integrate 2016, with 3000 executives, engineers and entrepreneurs working to solve top industry challenges. We're hosting our own Hackathon and hope to see you there.
Progress DataDirect is proud to host the first ever Hackathon challenge featuring interoperability with OData at API World on Sept 10-11, which is the world’s largest API+Integration Hackathon. OData (Open Data Protocol) is an OASIS standard that defines a set of best practices for building and consuming RESTful APIs. DataDirect serves on the OData Technical Committee and promotes the adoption and advancement of all open standards for data access.
As noted by Dave Fontenot (Founder of Hackmatch and avid advocate of Hackathons), some of the most profitable ideas have come from the long, highly caffeinated days of Hackathons. A few of these are GroupMe, a messaging application acquired by Skype for $50 million, as well as the Facebook “Like” button and Facebook chat.
We are very excited to see what will come of these exciting two days of innovation. Here are the official contest rules from the Integrate Hackathon home page.
You can come visit us at Booth 107 to refine your knowledge on open APIs and greenfield integration. In 2005 there were 105 open APIs, today there are more than 15,000. 40 new APIs are made public every week. We help you simplify integration by enabling you to expose a wide range of data sources with a single standard interface (REST or SQL).
Progress DataDirect will offer developers participating at the Hackathon the opportunity to develop applications making the best use of standard interfaces, such as OData REST API, with voice assistant services like Amazon Echo's Alexa and Microsoft's Cortana.
The participants will be using DataDirect's cloud and hybrid connectivity solution to manage access and consumption of data by their apps. Those using Progress DataDirect tools will be up for a Progress Integrate 2016 prize package, valued at $7,500.
Progress DataDirect staff will be available during the Hackathon to coach participants in DataDirect's hybrid data solution. The company will also support any post-Hackathon deployment of prototypes that are developed there.
Here is a preview of what is to come from one of our own, Saikrishna Teja Bobba.
— Sai Krishna Teja (@saiteja472) September 2, 2016
Resident Rocket Data Scientist for Progress, Idaliz Baez, will speak at the conference, sharing her thoughts about connectivity as the new integration. She’ll also be unwrapping our hybrid data solution, termed “Hybrid Data Pipeline,” a lightweight embeddable data access service that will completely change the way applications access data.
Following are the details for attending this presentation:
WHAT: Talk: "Connectivity is the new Integration"
WHO: Idaliz Baez, Senior Sales Engineer for Progress DataDirect
WHEN: Wednesday, September 14 at 3:35 pm PT
Hybrid Data Pipeline simplifies integration by connecting directly to data. It exposes a wide range of data sources with a single standard interface (REST and SQL). And it supports standards-based APIs, like ODBC, JDBC and OData, to allow existing applications to readily take advantage of its features.
For more information, sign up for a test drive of Hybrid Data Pipeline.
Don't miss Integrate 2016 + API World Hackathon on September 10-11, offering a grand prize cash award of $1500 and free product downloads.
Event: Integrate 2016 + API World Hackathon
Location: General Assembly
225 Bush St, 5th Floor
San Francisco, CA 94104
Date: Saturday, September 10 – Sunday, September 11
Workshop time: Saturday 5:00 pm-5:40 pm ET
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