Member of winning team at #HackAutism, a hackathon in support of a local startup. A fun event, with personal meaning.

While many St. Louisans held Halloween celebrations during the weekend of October 27, programmers came together for #HackAutism, a coding competition to develop tech solutions for PATHbinder™, a web application and companion binder KIT for families supporting youth and adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and other developmental disabilities (DD).

#HackAutism Focuses on Local Startup PATHbinder, Creating Solutions for Autistic Youth, Adults.
LifeBinder founder Vicki Kahn presenting check to the winning team at #hackAutism.
(Pictured from left) Brandon Hunter, Beau Herndon, Vicki Kahn, Andrew Ulrich, Shea Marks, and Brett Miller

GlobalHack II

Was a member of the winning team at GlobalHack II

Picture of United Hackers holding large check
United Hackers, winners of GlobalHack II, holding their check

The Project

OGSystems asked participants to build software that could allow domain experts without coding experience to develop applications that could automatically process dynamic data feeds to provide insights into global economic, political, and humanitarian issues.

The Story

…coming soon…