On 25th of May in Sarajevo, POINT 2.0 conference and Dokukino Foundation will organize the Code Sprint Challenge for development of web applications for projects that address the problems of corruption in an innovative way. The challenge is conducted via community boost_r portal where best ideas are developed for web and mobile applications for civic projects in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, and Kosovo.
Dokukino is calling out for motivated developers and designers that will develop applications for helping to include the public in the decision making process.
The 48 hours of Code Sprint (held on 25th and 26th of May) will feature the development of websites and applications that will be launched at the end of June 2013. The end event will include three best projects out of seven which will be awarded a grand of 5,000$, including technical assistance and necessary infrastructural support for the successful launch of the projects.
We call on all interested to submit their registration for the event and be available for a few hours of meeting with organizers and partners in order to share suggestions and consult on how to best implement project ideas into web applications. Before the start of Code Sprint. Before the start of Code Sprint, a preparatory meeting will be held from 20th – 24th of May for all those who have registered their participation.
Code Sprint is a unique opportunity to develop a novel and socially useful tool and to network with global partners where your ideas can be heard by leading experts in the IT sector, including developers, donators, representatives of civil society organizations, public officials.
Please register before the end of the deadline on 20th of May 2013 by simply filling in and submitting an application on the following link: http://communityboostr.org/prijave-za-code-sprint
If you need any additional information please contact Bojana Šekeljić – email@example.com