Devs Without Borders, the organization behind the upcoming <Br/eak>PovertyHackathon are looking for students with a background in development, hardware or software, who want to learn new technologies, build awesome stuff and work with smart people in Toronto and Kenya.

The <Br/eak>Poverty Hackathon will bring charitable-minded developers
together to build life changing applications for the developing world.
These apps will help those in rural and impoverished areas with farming,
small business, health and education: as many of their own channels to
technology, communication and knowledge is through their mobile device.
The winning app will be test launched by the Charity Event Partner Free The
Children in rural Kenya.

This will be Canada’s first International Development hackathon to connect
developers in Toronto and Nairobi to build applications on web and mobile
that benefit individuals living in rural and impoverished areas in East
Africa. Hosted at Bitmaker Labs in Toronto, with Kenyan Attendees
teleconferencing in, teams will be able to create meaningful projects from
scratch in just  25 hours. 

To register and for more information, please visit
Student Developer tickets are only $12!