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'The AT&T Hackathon is a fantastic event, where big players and the maker community alike are experimenting with IoT,' said Artyom Astafurov, Chief Innovation Officer at DataArt and co-inventor of DeviceHive.' There is a revolution of hackathons moving from software into hardware + software. It requires more effort, so AllJoyn and DeviceHive are there to help the hackers become more productive with their hacks and spend less time on plumbing.'
The DeviceHive team supports students in studying the Internet of Things and developed several educational hardware platforms for their projects. Among other recent projects are a Blue-tooth connected wireless digital pen and several wearable technology initiatives.
The September AT&T Hackathon, which is put on by the AT&T Developer Program, is acutely focused on showcasing the latest emerging technologies, tools and services from developers in the Internet of Things space. The event will be held at the
Additional information on CTIA's Super Mobility Week is also available at http://www.supermobilityweek.com/.
DataArt (www.dataart.com) is a custom software development firm that builds advanced solutions for the financial services, healthcare, hospitality and other industries. Combining domain knowledge with offshore cost advantages and resource flexibility, DataArt develops industry-defining applications, helping clients optimize time-to-market and minimize software development risks in mission-critical systems.
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