The Hack The North 2.0 event set teams the challenge to innovate and use data to join up support services for vulnerable people in Manchester. Host Rachel Woods looks back at the hackathon and explains why it was so inspiring.
Software engineer Diane Reddell talks about her experience of winning the Hack The North 2.0 event and the potential for taking the winning idea forward.
I’m Hazel Holmes and I’m a Manager at the DWP Manchester Employer Suite.
Here at Northcoders, we're really excited to be getting involved with DWP Digital’s Hack the North 2.0 event on 23 and 24 November in Manchester.
A few weeks ago I took part in the hack at the DataJam North East event in Newcastle. The event aimed to bring the data and service design communities closer together and help solve problems affecting the North East region …
Following the huge success of last year’s event, Hack the North is back for 2018.
DWP Sheffield is a young hub. We just hosted our first hack. And with all the unearned confidence of youth, I'm going to tell you how to host your own, based on our limited experience.
It’s been an impressive year for DWP Digital, and our blog posts from 2017 really tell our story.
I’m Dan Tanham, a Deputy Director at DWP Digital. Two weeks ago I had the privilege of hosting our #HackTheNorth event in Manchester.
It’s fantastic to see so many people registering for our #HackTheNorth event happening tomorrow in Manchester. There’s still time to secure your space. The aim of the hack is to come up with innovative solutions to help solve Manchester’s unemployment …