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hotDesks coworking space in Salisbury hosts NASA Space Apps Challenge

This weekend, 80 locations in 42 countries will host the second International Space Apps Challenge, and hotDesks coworking space in Salisbury is just one of five locations in the Mid-Atlantic region.

Space is the final frontier, for humans and apps alike, evidently.
This weekend, 80 locations in 42 countries will host the second International Space Apps Challenge, and hotDesks coworking space in Salisbury is just one of five locations in the Mid-Atlantic region.
Like other apps challenge, the Space Apps Challenge is designed as a weekend-long hackathon, providing teams 48 hours to work on designing programming fixes to 50 challenges pre-picked by NASA and its Open Innovation Program.
The challenge signals the launch (no pun intended) of the hotDesks coworking space, according to a press release.
Register for the International Space Apps Challenge at Salisbury here. Review the challenges here.

Companies: NASA

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