Manoa Innovation Center

2800 Woodlawn Drive Honolulu, HI USA

April 22, 2016 @ 4:00pmApril 24, 2016 @ 4:00pm
Registration for Space Apps is Closed


DevLeague is ecstatic to be hosting one of the largest hackathons in the known universe here in Hawai‘i with the NASA Space Apps Challenge. While most hackathons focus on coding, the NASA Space Apps Challenge is designed to bring together all passionate problem solvers to create solutions with a global impact. This 48-hour event will be open to designers, artists, makers, coders, engineers, and storytellers of any age or discipline.

The growing Space Apps community represents the core of NASA's Open Innovation Initiative. Where together, citizens will develop thousands of open-source solutions. Their big ideas are shaped using data visualizations, hardware, code, design and more!

“We are thrilled to be able to bring a world class event like this to Honolulu. The NASA Space Apps Challenge was of particular interest to us because the event focuses on a more comprehensive STEM audience, bringing together the innovation sector as a whole and looking at solutions of truly global proportions. We hope the event will continue to grow in coming years as this is will be the first of an annual series and we are excited to partner with other organizations in the community, across many different sectors.” said Jason Sewell, co-founder of DevLeague.

Honolulu will be one of 128 host cities spanning the globe for this 48-hour event, with an event kick-off on Friday, April 22nd at the Manoa Innovation Center at 4 pm. This free event is open to the public, though space is limited to the first 70 registrants.


Starts April 22 at 4:00 PM

Ends April 24 at 5:00 PM


Manoa Innovation Center, 2800 Woodlawn Dr., Honolulu, HI 96822


We will be also be holding a pre-event workshop to get participants ready for the hackathon:

Space Apps Data Bootcamp

Date: Tuesday April 12, 2016 6pm - 9pm
Venue: Manoa Innovation Center 2800 Woodlawn Dr. Suite 173 Presentation room

This workshop focuses on Data Visualization & API integration in preparation for the April 22 - 24 NASA Space Apps Challenge Hackathon. For those interested in displaying visualized data for their hackathon project, this workshop will cover the basics of project workflow, API integration, and data visualization. Coding starter kits for various programming languages will be provided. Basic programming and CLI experience recommended.

About DevLeague

DevLeague ( is an immersive accelerated learning program where we teach in-class modern software development skills to adults and real coding to middle and high school students. As Hawaii's first and only software development boot camp, we design curriculum and conduct 12-week courses for motivated individuals. Our target outcome is that our graduates gain the necessary skills, confidence and project work to earn their career start as a web software developer--an industry that is high-growth, high-salary and in-demand.

Thank you to Sudokrew Solutions, Goma Games and HTDC for your sponsorship:

About Sudokrew Solutions

Sudokrew Solutions ( is a Hawai‘i-based development shop, creating web and mobile apps for startups, non-profit organizations, and enterprise businesses. Sudokrew has worked with local and international businesses as a leading consultant in Node.js, React.js, and has been a consistent supporter of the local development community by supporting hackathons, game jams, and other community initiatives to further careers in technology and innovation.

About Goma Games

Goma Games ( is a Hawai‘i-based game development studio, dedicated to inspiring children to be leaders. Games can be enjoyed in destructive and constructive ways, and the goal of Goma Games is to create more games that will inspire, education, and enrich lives.

About High Technology Development Corporation (HTDC)

HTDC (http:// is a state agency established by the Hawaii State Legislature in 1983 to facilitate the development and growth of Hawaii's commercial high technology industry. The State views high technology as an important driver in the diversification of Hawaii's economy and one that provides quality, high-paying jobs for Hawaii residents.

Media Contact:

Spencer Toyama, Sudokrew

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