Rio Hosts Largest Hacker Marathon in Latin America

The second edition of Hacking.Rio started yesterday, October 18th, aiming to offer new solutions to the problems experienced by Rio de Janeiro.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Regarded as the largest hacker marathon in Latin America, running through Sunday, it will gather approximately 1.5 thousand participants, divided into 15 collective hackathons with specific topics.

There will be 42 hours of technological development, in addition to lectures on innovation, business, and entrepreneurship.

The digital culture festival is held at Aqwa Corporate, in the port region of Rio de Janeiro, and includes topics such as education; energy; sports; food; construction, culture and creative economy; insurance; mobility; oil & gas; distribution and convenience; security, defense and cybersecurity; sustainability and oceans; platform cooperativism and tourism.

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