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Create Apps for Google Glass at GlassDevCamp’s 2013 Hackathon

This summer, the creators of iPhoneDevCamp will be hosting a similar not-for-profit weekend hackathon for Google Glass’s Google Mirror API in the San Francisco Bay Area. You won’t need your own Google Glass to attend.

People will gather, form teams, build cool timeline cards (“apps”) for Google Glass using The Google Mirror API, get up onstage to demo their creations, and then prizes are awarded for the best timeline cards created during this Hackathon.

GlassDevCamp is still seeking sponsors so it’s too early to tell how much it will cost to attend, but previous events have been around $50. Hackathons are not solely made for developers, UI designers are also encouraged to participate, but it might help to know a bit of “.NET, Dart, Go, Java, JavaScript, Objective-C, PHP, Python, and Ruby.”

For those outside of the Bay Area, sign up to find out about satellite events.

 

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