Kezber, jury member of the HackQC competition
March 8, 2017
HackQC is an annual event focused on innovation, organized by the Government of Quebec and several Quebec cities. In a sprint of 48 hours of programming, teams of developers, designers and marketing specialists from 4 to 6 people will work to create an application on the theme of sustainable mobility based on open data from Données Québec.
Mr. Kezber is honored to have been chosen as a member of the jury, especially since this competition represents a unique opportunity to support innovation in the Eastern Townships and to see the next generation in application development in action: "As president of an IT firm and senior partner of ilot innovation et cies in Magog, getting involved with organizations and events that support innovation in the Eastern Townships is a natural process. This will be a unique opportunity to see young and talented developers in action. I'm looking forward to seeing the applications that will be developed this weekend and to meet people who are passionate about the job."
Anyone wishing to attend HackQC this weekend can get more information at http://hackqc.ca
Kezber is a proud Gigabyte partner of HackQC.
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