Code For Ireland Meet up

Code for Ireland are hosting another Meet Up tonight, April 28th at Dogpatch Labs.  Their vision:

 Improve society and the lives of people in Ireland using technology.

Code for Ireland
Code For Ireland Meet Up

If you want to get involved check out their current projects below:
Code For Ireland Projects


Dogpatch Labs,

The CHQ Building,

Custom House Quay,

Dublin 1


Tonight, April 28th 2016

Who is it For?

Citizens, government officials, designers, developers, code warriors, data analysts, project managers – all welcome.

Entry is free but you must register in advance.

For more information on the current projects, visit:

NASA Space Apps Challenge 2016

This weekend sees the launch of one of the largest International Hackathon events in the world, NASA Space Apps Challenge 2016. People from countries all over the globe will begin collaborating for up to 72 hours on over 25 different challenges facing the Earth.


Driven by NASA’s Open Innovation Initiative, the challenge invites citizens to connect and innovate to create solutions using open data. It aims to bring people with a variety of skills from different backgrounds together to share and build upon their ideas.

To find out more on the Irish launch pad for this event, see Space Apps Dublin 2016

Where ?

The Royal Marine Hotel, Dun Laoighaire


23rd-24th April 2016

Who is it for?

Engineers, coders, makers, artists and storytellers – anyone with an interest in problem solving on Earth and in Space!!

Where can I find out more?


Dublin Airport Hackathon

Dublin Airport Hackathon Image
Dublin Airport Hackathon

Can you help Dublin Airport reach its 2020 goals? Have you an idea which can help improve the passenger experience or optimise the capacity of the airfield? If so, why not sign up for #hackDub? This event is hosted in conjunction with Dublin City University, for more details see below:

Dublin Airport Resources for hackathon


DCU Alpha Innovation Campus


15th-17th April 2016


To improve passenger experience and optimise airfield space

Who is it for?

Engineers, designers, entrepreneurs and intrepid travellers

How much is it to enter?


Where can I find out more?