Programmable Telecoms is everything to do with communications between people and things that can be controlled by your software (on your phone/laptop, in the cloud, or in your business). What you discover at TADHack will be valuable for the rest of your career, as people and things will always need to communicate!
Telecoms is now democratized so anyone can program with it. You can add programmable voice, calling, text messages (SMS and IM), audio and video messages, video calling, faxing (yep, fax still exists), secure communications and authentication, decentralized communications, payments, and much much more through easy to use APIs/SDKs, and even easier to use GUIs.
A TADHack is an event in which people (e.g. students, graphic designers, project managers, product managers, IT Managers, Enterprise Connect attendees, computer programmers, interested individuals, and subject-matter-experts) collaborate on a software project focused on programmable telecoms. Occasionally, there is a hardware component, for example we’ve had some impressive IoT (Internet of Things) hacks over the years, including a dancing robot. You can read more about what happens at a TADHack here.
TADHack is focused on developers, technology, and creativity. It is currently the largest telecoms-focused hackathon worldwide, attracting 4000 registrations in 2017. Our sister event TADSummit focuses on the business aspects of making / saving money from telecom application development.
Whether you are a developer, an enterprise, a vendor or a non-coder, TADHack is here to help you…
Let’s not forget all our prizes!
How Do I Participate?
Attend one of our events worldwide or plug in remotely…
- What’s the point of TADHack-mini Orlando?January 14, 2018
“The only source of knowledge is experience.” Albert Einstein. The point of TADHack-mini Orlando is to provide experience and hence real knowledge in the domain of programmable telecoms. ...more →
- TADHack-mini Orlando 10-11 March at Valencia College Collaborative Design CenterJanuary 5, 2018
We hope you had a fun and relaxing start to 2018 with friends and family. We’re excited to be back in Orlando for TADHack-mini Orlando 10-11 March 2018. This hackathon takes place just ...more →