ShelovesData/ TIBCO hackathon: For a healthier lifestyleYoRipe is here to unleash the kitchen for the future of cooking! As the first one-stop personalised cooking & grocery app for South-East Asia, our discovery platform helps users to plan meals, buy groceries and manage inventory, while enabling a targeted direct-to-consumer engagement platform for brands and retailers. Get to know the App beforehand: Download YoRipe from App Store or Google Play Store here . We'd like to invite hackers from various backgrounds who are passionate about data to explore the potential of YoRipe data together. Looking into how we can better recommend recipes and meal plan for busy households, nudge people to eat healthier and discover hidden insights for retailers and FMCGs to sell and market smarter. There will be a range of cool prizes to walk away with, such as: Block 71: 3 months sponsorship of 1 incubation seat at BLOCK71 Singapore SimplerCloud Credits: 1. First Prize - US$120 Credit at SimplerCloud (1 item)2. Second Prize - US$60 Credit at SimplerCloud (1 item)3. Third Prize - US$30 Credit at SimplerCLoud (up to 5 items) Jetbrains: Licenses for the winning team * credit can be used to purchase any server item or any item at SimplerCloud, and also pay for existing invoices. * $120 is approximately 1 yr + of the basic plan . Jetbrains: 6 user licenses There will also be some fun giveaways to runners up and winners such as Jetbrain universal plugs and limited addition TIBCO/She Loves Data Hoodies! Data set: mobile apps business (mobile user data, GoogleAnalytics, govtech data). Program: FRIDAY 22 NOVEMBER 18:00 - 18:30 Welcome, Hackathon rules, Presentation of the data set18:30 - 19:15 TIBCO / Thoughtworks / Meiro - workshop and presentations19:15 - 20:15 Team assignment and the start of the work / networking SATURDAY 23 NOVEMBER Data sets presented, teams namedFull day of work, refreshments, food provided~ 150 Data Analysts/Scientists in teams of 3-6 8:00 - 18:00 Hacking 18:00 - 20:00 Presentations 20:00-20:30 Judges evaluation 20:30 - 21:00 Results announcement FAQs Is it free? Yes! Is it only for women? No, this hackathon is open to women and men because #Helovesdatatoo ! Is it only for experienced data specialists? No, people with non-data background alre also welcome. Marketing, Operations, Business Intelligence, Engineers, and of course all sorts of data nerds! What if something changed and I would like to retract my application. Please let us know if you won't be able to attend our hackathon, so we can offer your place to somebody else. Contact us and we’ll help you. The email you need is email@example.com How can I contact the organizer with any questions? For all other burning questions you can send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org Partners About TIBCO TIBCO fuels digital business by enabling better decisions and faster, smarter actions through the TIBCO Connected Intelligence Cloud. From APIs and systems to devices and people, we interconnect everything, capture data in real time wherever it is, and augment the intelligence of your business through analytical insights. Thousands of customers around the globe rely on us to build compelling experiences, energize operations, and propel innovation. Learn how TIBCO makes digital smarter at www.tibco.com. About BLOCK71 BLOCK71 is an initiative by NUS Enterprise in collaborative and strategic partnerships with established corporations and government agencies. It is a technology-focused ecosystem builder and global connector which catalyses and aggregates the start-up community. About Simpler Cloud SimplerCloud is a Singapore SSD public and private cloud server provider with six years' expertise in building and managing true corporate cloud clusters and security. Launch full root access servers - Windows & Linux from $8/month in minutes, for application, ERP, web and email, and other business hosting. Our servers have been used by National University of Singapore, DSTA, Manic Design Pte Ltd, Gryphon Tea Company Pte Ltd, Fassler Gourmet, ARC 6SRN Pte Ltd and many more. Please note, by registering and participating in the Hackathon, you comply to our Data manifesto Dear Participants, First of all, let me thank you for joining us in the ShelovesData Hackathon. I believe that you, as Data Nerds or anyone interested in data, understand that the security and privacy of data is a very important topic. The data suppliers and I would be very grateful if you could follow a few simple rules about our datasets. The raw data will be available only during the event itself, from the start official start until the final presentations. You will have enough time to get to know more about the data from the owners of the datasets during their presentations. The raw data should not be shared, copied or published outside the Shelovesdata Hackathon community. However, visualisations, results of analysis and similar aggregated results can be shared publicly. We deeply care about this community and we want to give back. Thus, we decided that all results created during the event will be under Creative Commons license. This is a mutual relationship between data vendors, tech vendors and participants, where we try to encourage all parties to share the fun and ensure that we can also bring as many of the hackathon ideas to life as possible. Dear Data Owners, A big thank you for providing us with your precious datasets. We truly appreciate your contribution! The participants and I would like to ensure you that we care about the privacy and security of your datasets. It means that your raw data will not leave the event community. It can leave the premises of the venue (we are using cloud tools), but the access will remain in the good hands of participants only. Data Nerds are usually very proud of their work and want to share it with the community. We would like to encourage such knowledge sharing by publishing the results of the hackathon. This means no raw data will leave the event community, only analysis results, the visualisations and similar products of the data geeks. This way, we can learn from each other. No one likes to do the work just for fun. It is always a great pleasure to see that some analyses help to solve a problem or provide insight. That is why all products and results of the event, like analysis, visualisations and applications, will be released under Creative Commons license. This also means that you are free to use it! For the whole hackathon team, Jana Marle Zizkova, Co-founder Shelovesdata By registering you understand that the details you provide during the registration process will be collected and used by She Loves Data. Photographs and/or video may be taken at the event. By taking part in this event you grant the event organisers full rights to use the images resulting from the photography/video filming, and any reproductions or adaptations of the images for publicity and/or marketing purposes. This might include (but is not limited to), the right to use them in their printed and online publicity materials, social media, and press releases. If you want to find out more about SheLovesData, check our website!!