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What do battling coders, sweet prizes and a live DJ have in common?

by Klaire Wesolowski

Harman Kardon, a manufacturer of a wide range of home and car audio and video products, presents the first ever SDK Battle Hack. Come out and compete, watch and join as they release their new SDK for their speakers and other devices. Teams of coders battle it out in whirlwind events, competing for prizes and the chance to get their ideas integrated into the actual SDK itself.

Here, you’ll have the chance to battle for some awesome prizes, including speakers and other Harman equipment as well as the opportunity to have your idea make it into the Harman SDK or API. Make history by battling it out. If you know iOS, come make your mark at this anticipated event followed by happy hour.

Check out more details and be sure to register.

April 3
6:00 PM – 11:00 PM

Hodges Room
75 5th St NW
Suite 355
Atlanta, GA

About Harman Kardon:
By integrating the highest audio standards into sleek and simple-to-use products, Harman Kardon delivers a listening experience like no other.

About the Sponsors:

The Iron Yard
Learn to code, life is too short for the wrong career. The top code school in the country and top 3 accelerator in health tech & ed tech. The Iron Yard exists to create exceptional value for people and their ideas through code education, startup accelerators and coworking spaces. Through our broad, deep and growing network of teachers, programmers, designers, entrepreneurs, investors, employers and coworking spaces, we have developed a thriving community where serendipity happens en masse.

Tech Talent South
Growing tech talent in the South through immersive beginner-focused courses in web development and coding. With TTS’s core “Code Immersion Programs,” students are taken through an intensive but beginner-friendly 8-weeks learning a number of programming languages such as Ruby on Rails, HTML/CSS, Javascript, and AJAX. The goal is to go from beginner to being able to code and deploy dynamic web applications and to have a blast in the process. With networking opportunities, guest speakers, labs and company tours students are given ample opportunities to build valuable connections in the local tech community.

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