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THack returns to London – time for developers to show off their ideas and creativity in travel

After four fabulous events in 2011, Tnooz will be returning to London for its fifth THack developer competition on Thursday 28 June.

THack is Tnooz’s unique event which brings together travel industry APIs and the development community to brainstorm and create new digital travel products and web or mobile-based tools.

Developers from across the travel, tourism and hospitality industry are welcome to attend, as well as engineers and technicians from local academic institutions in the region and other industry verticals.

The event is FREE for developers to attend and participate. Over the coming weeks Tnooz will coordinate the collection of APIs being made available to those taking part in the event.

THack London will follow a similar path to the first THack in February 2011 – developers will have TWO WEEKS to create something using the APIs we are making available, as well as using any other freely available API on the web (such as Facebook, Twitter, Google Maps, Wikipedia, et al).

A webinar will take place two weeks before the showcase to talk developers through what is available.

Those taking part will then have the opportunity to showcase their efforts in front of other developers, API providers and others in the fabulous screening room at the Soho Hotel in London on the afternoon of Thursday 28 June.

Developers unable to attend live can present via a pre-recorded video.

Watch this space for details of the prize fund!

Sponsors of THack London: 

APIs being made available to developers (many more to come):

For details of the how to take part, contact Tnooz editor Kevin May. Commercial opportunities are available by contacting our sales team.

Previous THack events:

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Kevin May

About the Writer :: Kevin May

Kevin is senior editor and a co-founder at Tnooz. He was previously editor of UK-based magazine Travolution and web editor of Media Week UK from 2003 to 2005.

He has worked in regional newspapers (Essex Enquirer) and started his career at the Police Gazette at New Scotland Yard in London. He has a degree in criminology, a postgraduate diploma in magazine journalism and publishes his first book - a biography about Depeche Mode - in early-2017.

 

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  1. Creativity is the New Rich. | Expedia Affiliate Network Blog

    […] were proud to be one of the headline sponsors for the Tnooz tHack London 2012 – part of the global tHack 2012 series which also has events planned in Silicon Valley and […]

     
  2. Psycho

    Сan you, please, fix logos linking to .jpgs – not sites?

     
  3. Robert Blessing

    We’ve also created a page with a documentation about our API: http://developer.localguiding.com

    We would like to hear your feedback. Feel free to contact us anytime.

     
  4. EAN Sponsors THack London 2012 | Expedia Affiliate Network Blog

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  5. Barry Volinskey

    We would like to thank Tnooz for letting us participate in the THack London event!

    Evature enables developers to replace the regular (slow/boring/click-intensive) user interfaces with (fast/easy to use/cool) free-text or voice driven ones.

    We posted everything you need to know about how to use the EVA API, in our blog at: http://blog.evature.com

    Please contact us if you have any questions or comments and we will be very happy to help.

    Have a great time hacking away!

     
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  7. Not just information…Not just choice…Inspiration! «

    […] give you a glimpse of the Vayant suite. Lastly, Vayant is excited to be participating in the next THack in London this month, where participants can have access to all of these inspiring tools. No doubt there will […]

     
  8. John Watton

    Expedia Affiliate Network (EAN) is chuffed to be a sponsor of THack for the second year running.

    For all you hackers out there, you can find everything you need on our API here:

    http://developer.ean.com/

    Happy hacking!

    John

     
  9. David Thomson

    We’d like to thank Tnooz for allowing us to participate in THack again this year. If any one is interested in creating a social travel, shopping, or location service have a look at our API.

    We’ve created a significant amount of code libraries this time around and its all available for free on Github. If your interested in creating something similar to the current crop of social travel applications, a better Instagram, a Deem competitor, or the next Pinterest, its easy to grab some code and get started.

    Demo of our robust social travel application:
    http://trvl.io/demo

    Full source code for the social travel application:
    http://trvl.io/code

    To get started jump into our developers site here:
    http://trvl.io/devs

    API Docs:
    http://trvl.io/api

    API console:
    http://trvl.io/console

    Additionally we’ll be releasing a set of HTML 5 code rounding out the mobile side of things by start of the hackathon. Feel free to reach out to us on google groups: http://trvl.io/devsupport

     
  10. Nikolai Avrutov

    A lot of excitement around here, as we brainstorm on what could be done with all these wonderful APIs! What a diverse portfolio of services!

    We are delighted to take part. An overview of our API is available here:
    http://www.carsolize.com/carsolize-booking-products/carsolize-integration-options/carsolize-xml-integration

    – While it is remarkably straight forward and quite well structured, our team will be available to support developers working with our API.

     
  11. Stephen Joyce

    Stephen Joyce

    We’re looking forward to participating as well. We’ve set up a page with instructions on how to use the API. It’s available here:

    http://www.rezgo.com/2012/05/make-something-cool-with-the-rezgo-api-at-thack-london

     
  12. pavel c

    sounds like the right place to be in june, looking forward to come!

     
  13. Phil Donathy

    Travelport are delighted to be involved and we’re looking forward to seeing what gets developed. We’ll have technical experts on hand but if anyone wants to get a headstart, you can access the universal API SDK at http://developer.travelport.com. You can request test access online and we’ll get you a set of 30 day test credentials.. It normally only takes a few minutes.

    Feel free to get in touch with any questions.

     
  14. Brannon Winn

    With our general release of our FastSearch product this week, Vayant is really looking forward to seeing what the development community comes up with that will use our sub-second search to inspire travelers!

     
  15. Alex Bainbridge

    Looking forward to being involved!

     
 
 

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