Hackathon 2014

This weekend, stop by Innovation Park on Angela Blvd for the Notre Dame AT&T Hackathon. This free event will be running from Friday, September 26th at 6:00 PM to Sunday, September 28th at 12:00 PM.

 

The Hackathon will assist attendees in deploying their own apps through presentations, code samples, and technical tips. Food will be served, and cash prizes will be awarded for the best Hackathon App, and the best use of an AT&T API.
This event is a great opportunity to network and fine tune your development skills. All are welcome to attend. For more information, or to register for the event, click here.

 

Mobile Device Lab

Mobile Device Lab in B003 DeBartolo

Mobile Device Lab in B003 DeBartolo

Not having the proper resources for technology can be a major obstacle for developers. Notre Dame’s new Mobile Device Lab solves this problem, creating a space for developers to test applications on a variety of smartphones, tablets, and laptops free of cost. The Lab is located in the OIT Academic Technologies offices in the basement of DeBartolo hall, B003. Students can use any of the devices while in the Lab. Staff and faculty can check out devices for up to one week. To inquire about device availability or ask any questions, email mobile@nd.edu.

 

 

 

 

Currently, the Mobile Device Lab offers:

  • 14 smartphones running Android, Windows Phone, BlackBerry OS, and iOS
  • 9 tablets running Android, Windows 8, and iOS 7
  • 2 laptops running Chrome OS and Windows 7
  • Google Chromecast
  • Unlocked GSM 3G Modems

 

The Lab is unique because it offers a wide spectrum of devices. It features both the most popular devices on campus and the newest devices on the market. These are often not the same. For example, while Apple’s iPhone is currently the most popular phone on campus, the 3rd most popular device is the LG Optimus S, a smartphone released in 2010 running Android 2.2 (Android 4.4 was just released). The Mobile Device Lab has both, along with 25 other devices. This creates a unique opportunity for mobile developers on campus to see how their applications run on the devices that students and faculty use most.

A complete listing of available devices is provided on the mobileND website. Additionally, the Lab is accepting donations of both new and used mobile devices.

The Mobile Device Lab exists to serve. Contact mobile ND at mobile@nd.edu or visit DeBartolo B003 to get started!