Wizeline launches first public hackathon for Latin America

Wizeline is a Silicon Valley company whose largest office in Guadalajara, Mexico. The software development company, founded by Bismarck Lepe, announced recently that they will be hosting a hackathon in their offices from June 2-3, 2018. The hackathon seeks to develop solutions for improved team work and productivity.

Fortunately for those who can’t make it to the Wizeline office, teams of up to five developers can participate remotely from anywhere in Latin America. These teams will have 24 hours to create a viable software-based solution to improve team productivity; a team of Wizeline experts and other industry leaders will judge the final product. The hackathon and judging will all be available to watch via streaming.

The project was inspired by Wizeline’s own development of the Wizeline Roadmap, a software that makes project management more transparent for the client. This initiative is just one of many ways Wizeline and Bismarck Lepe have given back to the local tech ecosystem in Guadalajara.

Sign up for the hackathon here (today is the last day!) or read more about Wizeline in the original story for PulsoSocial.

Our past coverage of Wizeline:

Wizeline Academy partners with Tec de Monterrey to boost tech education in Mexico

Apax Digital leads US$43M round for Wizeline

Wizeline’s network of developers reaches 5000 engineers in 2017

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