Posted by cweichen | about 5 years ago

Mashup Awards is the biggest hacking ("mashup") competition in Japan, consisting of 3 months of hackathons ("mashup camps") and meetups ("caravans") in cities all across the country, and also accept submissions of hacks through an online submission process.

Gracenote is proud to have sponsored this event, which culminated in the TechCrunch Tokyo Hackathon the second week in November.

Read our Storify for our recap of the event, complete with pictures and links to many of the innovative hacks and "mashups" we saw there, including mood-based playlisting, Terminator-style augmented reality, and (of course) a Samurai app.

TechCrunch Tokyo/Mashup Awards 9 Recap



I haven't  attend this competition. I would love to be part if this competition in Japan.


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It's best, actually, to learn all five of Python, C/C++, Java, Perl, and LISP. Besides being the most important hacking languages, they represent very different approaches to programming, and each will educate you in valuable ways.

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