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Ubuntu Hackathon: Bangalore Mobile Developer Summit

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Canonical are platinum sponsors at the Mobile Developer Summit in Bangalore this year, and will be hosting the very first Ubuntu hackathon in India from 15-16 October 2015.

The Aquaris E4.5 and E5 HD Ubuntu Edition smartphones were recently launched in India with Snapdeal . If you haven’t got your hands on one, they are available via Snapdeal which you can then bring along with you if purchased, or we’ll have plenty of Ubuntu Phones on hand for development.

With Bangalore being a developer hub, we are very excited to meet all the talented developers from across India and are get them hacking on the latest operating system to hit the Indian market.

Award categories:

  • Most innovative Award – most exciting projects
  • Best Group Award – best team demo/presentation
  • Best Rookie Award – fairly new to the development world, quick learner of Ubuntu
  • IoT special prize – brings an IoT/snappy core element into their project

Prizes:
1. 20,000(INR) snapdeal voucher + Ubuntu Dell laptop* + Aquaris E5 HD Ubuntu Edition smartphone
2. Aquaris E5 HD Ubuntu Edition smartphone (per person in group, max. up to x5) + x3 passes to Mobile World Congress 2016**
3. Aquaris E5 HD Ubuntu Edition + one Bluetooth vivaldi speakers
4. Collectors item Ubuntu Matchbox – Raspberry Pi 2

*spec details to follow shortly
**travel and accommodation not included

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