“This is the equivalent of someone saying ‘we’re a high-tech area,’ and yet we block access to the Internet,” LockerDome founder Gabe Lozano says.
Global-Hack has held three $50,000 hack-a-thons, which are like marathon problem-solving sessions, for three companies looking to have a problem solved.
Coders from across the country will descend on Ferguson next month.
More than 200 developers came here from coast to coast — from California to Chicago — with hopes to cash-in the $50,000 prize at the first GlobalHack.
A team of Washington University students won the $50,000 prize for solving a problem posed by the title sponsor.
An annual convention will award $1 million in non-dilutive capital to winning group in exchange for their opening an office in St. Louis.
LockerDome’s Gabe Lozano is putting up big bucks to lure programmers and innovators to St. Louis with an annual technology conference and hackathon.
A local start up company is all the rage these days. It’s called LockerDome, and it’s been described as “Facebook on steroids.”