RHoK #8 – April 2018

Friday Night Project Pitches

Sunday Hackathon Finale and Project Presentations

Tweets from the weekend



We’re going to be using a slack channel for collaboration, chat and sharing. Sign up now for an invite.

What to Bring

  • Laptop and charger
  • Coffee mug
  • Good attitude and positive energy

Code of Conduct

Please review the Code of Conduct.


The weekend is catered by Gourmet Xpress – a local social enterprise. There will be Friday snacks; Saturday breaky, lunch & dinner; Sunday breaky and lunch. And tonnes of drinks and snacks available throughout the day.


Time Friday, April 13th
6:00pm Event begins: snacks and drinks to be served
6:30pm Project Pitches
7:30pm Socializing and meeting potential team mates
8:00pm Lounge closes for the evening


Time Saturday, April 14th
9:30am Coffee and breakfast served
12:00pm Lunch
3:00pm Chair Yoga by Michael Hutkins
6:00pm Dinner
10:00pm Venue closed for the night


Time Sunday, April 15th
9:30am Breakfast and coffee served
12:30pm Final presentations
2:00pm Hackathon ends


  • Carlington Community Health Centre – Bad Date List

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  • FairVote.ca Canvasing Tool

    Mission Fair Vote Canadaseeks broad multi-partisan support to embody in new legislation the basic principle of democratic representative government and ultimate safeguard of a free society: the right of each…


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  • iSisters Technology Learning Platform

    Our Mission iSisters creates and delivers technology programs at no cost to learners because we believe in equipping women with the skills and confidence to participate fully in their community….


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  • Code My Robot Twitch Integration

    CodeMyRobot.ca is not for profit, volunteer run, organization that encourages and empowers youth to try coding for the first time.  To reach as many students as possible we supply school…


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  • Rideau Rockcliffe CRC Gifts-in-Kind

    What is Gifts in-kind program? Launched by United Way Ottawa in 2001, The Gifts in kind (GIK) program is a platform/bridge between diverse donors and non-profit sector for in-kind donations…


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  • Growing Futures Hydroponic Monitoring System

    Growing Futures is a response to an increasingly uncertain world. We are a brainchild of the Parkdale Food Centre’s dynamic Executive Director, Karen Secord and under the PFC umbrella. We…


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