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Pearson APIs is sponsoring the Foursquare Hackathon this coming weekend in New York and San Francisco, find details here.

 

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Here is a brief description of the Foursquare Hackathon:

The Foursquare Hackathon is back! On January 5th, developers and designers in NYC, SF, and everywhere around the world will come together to build some amazing hacks using the Foursquare API. We’ll have prizes, swag, and (naturally) global glory for the best Foursquare hacks, no matter where in the world they originate.

 

Head over to our Meetup page and keep an eye on the blog for more details as the event draws nearer. Foursquare is hosting hackers at their HQ in NYC and SF, so make sure you sign up for a spot! If you’re elsewhere, use the Meetup to connect with other hackers in your area.

 

This is a great opportunity for attendees to meet other developers and designers and mashup APIs to create location based apps.

 

Pearson APIs awesome prizes for best use of our APIs:

New York: Up to $500 value in prizes ranging from the following:

  • West Village Food and Cultural Tour http://bit.ly/VBer8c
  • Subscription to FT - for up to 3 team members
  • Workshop at General Assembly New York*  

*Limited to one-session evening workshops with no prerequisites valued at $50 or less

 

San Francisco: Up to $500 value in prizes ranging from the following:

  • Gourmet Walking Tour of SF ($50): http://www.gourmetwalks.com/
  • Subscription to FT - for up to 3 team members
  • Workshop(s) at General Assembly San Francisco*

*Limited to one-session evening workshops with no prerequisites valued at $50 or less

 

Be sure to check out Pearson APIs to get a head start and or stop by and say hello to Anthony in NYC and Gregg in SF.

 

Feel free to reach out to us on twitter @PearsonAPI or you can reach us at (gregg.alpert@pearson.com / @alpsgm and anthony.cuellar@pearson.com / @anthony_connect) if you have any questions.

 

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