TakeOff360 is a company that provides services to charter private jets worldwide. To provide better services for their customers they want to build an application that runs on Apple Watch. This application will allow their customers to manage their trips by reviewing their current trips, push notifications about their trip, check in for upcoming trips, and engaging Uber
We want you to get started learning Cisco’s network APIs, so we’ve launched this sweepstakes challenge to give you a little incentive. We’ll randomly choose 50 members from qualifying submissions to receive a $100 prize. Who doesn’t loves sweepstakes challenges!?
Cisco DevNet Network APIs warm up Sweepstakes Challenge
The challenge is fairly simple: register on Cisco’s
Docker has been creating a lot of buzz in the development community lately. This article will compare Docker to traditional virtual machines and hopefully define its sweet spot in a development life cycle. This is written from a Docker newbie’s perspective and will highlight some valuable lessons and tricks I have learned over the past few months.
When I coach people on running
So what’s this all about? The technologies above say it all, right? We're kicking off a new series of challenges for all your gamers, web and hardware geeks. We just launched our first challenge with $3,400 in prize money!
We’ve developed an interesting model where we’re using React.js with WebGL as the backend for rendering a set-top box interface. There are a bunch of considerations
At SXSW ‘14, NASA announced the Asteroid Data Hunter project and at SXSW ‘15, we’ve come full orbit circle.
Over the span of a year, nearly 200 Topcoder members via 10 challenges submitted solutions in the quest to build Asteroid Data Hunter.
It’s been an insanely awesome year. And it’s all thanks to you - the members of the topcoder.com community.
While at SXSW, NASA representatives
By Chris Barbin, CEO
Crowdsourcing is a movement. It’s one that started long before topcoder was born, but a movement and a market that we want to continue to lead.
I believe crowdsourcing changes the game in so many ways - from the way companies compete, to how people work and learn, to how the world solves problems. It’s the reason why Appirio began using the crowd the day we started the
Welcome to part three of our Building with React & Flux series. Check out the Getting Started and Hello React Banners posts to get up to speed on React and Flux if you are new to it.
To recap, we are going to build a simple app to manage banner ads using React and RefluxJS, one of the many implementations of Flux. My goal is to make this application as simple as possible while demonstrating
There is a strong need to estimate the 90th percentile of the distribution of an environmental variable at 125,480 different locations at 240 distinct points in time. It's prohibitively expensive and logistically very difficult to make all 125,480 x 240 = 30,115,200 measurements. There has to be a better way which is cheaper and faster but arrives at the same conclusion!
We believe there is, and
"I love doing yard work!" ... said no one ever
Keep that lawnmower in the shed this weekend and compete in some of these awesome topcoder challenges. There are a lot of great challenges to choose from but here are some interesting ones that I think you may want to take a peek at.
If PHP with Angular is your cup of tea, check out the SunShot series challenge AngularJS
I'm excited to announce the return of the Topcoder "Member of the Month" program! Each month, members from our community will be spotlighted for their accomplishments. We'll be announcing more details in May about how the members are chosen and what the schedule will look like, but for now -- please congratulate the following winners for the month of February!
Won over $10K in prize