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About Hack The Space

"Hack The Space" is a 48 Hour Hackathon bought to you by 4 DSCs - UMIT, RJIT, QU and GGGI. The goal of the hackathon is to create functioning software or hardware by the end of the event. It tends to have a specific focus, which can include the programming language used, the operating system, an application, an API, or the subject and the demographic group of the programmers. Our mission is to build the community where the best talent could meet and collaborate towards future innovations

About Developer Student Clubs

The DSC program is a grassroots channel through which Google provides development skills, mobile and web development skills for students, towards employability.For students to learn development skills, solve problems through technology and inspire them to be world className developers and changemakers.DSC activities are targeted at University students and any others including faculty members who want to learn development skills & work to solve real-life problems.



Hackathons are an innovative proving ground for new ideas.They stimulate the creative juices of participants and foster problem-solving and risk-taking in a casual environment.

Developer Engagement

Hackathons build a bridge to the developer community and are a great opportunity to showcase your talent.


Hackathons creates the perfect environment for networking. When you have the same interests with many other people, it’s the best way to learn even more from the most brilliant minds from all over the world and together accomplish outstanding achievements

Learning New Skills

Learn how to drive user engagement and retention with intelligent apps that are able to effectively serve users what they need without the fuss by providing these systems with the ability to automatically learn and improve from experience without being explicitly programmed.


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