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Hack with Esri! Best use of Esri ArcGIS mapping technology wins $5,000 prize

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Sign-up for a free developer account, http://developers.arcgis.com using voucher, TCSF2016, for 1000 dev credits.

Best use of Esri ArcGIS mapping technology wins $5,000 prize ($2,500 cash, plus $2,500 ArcGIS Online subscription).

What is Esri’s ArcGIS Platform?
ArcGIS is the Location Platform for Apps. Quickly geo-enable your apps using Esri's online services and SDKs. Develop in the API of your choice and deploy on any device. Access ready-to-use content, Geofencing, Directions & routing, Offline support, Visualization, Geocoding, Imagery, and more.

• Documentation: https://developers.arcgis.com/documentation. Find API documentation, conceptual help, and thousands of running sample applications.
• GitHub & Esri: https://github.com/Esri. Find hundreds of open source code and projects.
• Data: http://doc.arcgis.com/en/living-atlas. Access authoritative ready-to-use data on thousands of topics. Combine this information with your own work to create new maps and apps.
Stop by Esri’s booth. We will have full stack developers’ onsite to support your hacks. Questions? startups@esri.com, @EsriStartups.

**Esri Hackathon Challenge: Use Mapping Technology, Dev Tools & Data to Take Action against Malaria**

Do you want to help make the world a better and healthier place? Esri and the UN Foundation’s Nothing But Nets campaign are teaming up to encourage you to peruse a hack that focuses on using Esri mapping technology to take action against malaria. Every two minutes, a child dies from malaria – a completely preventable and treatable disease. Build a hack to help to help protect families.

Consider how you could use maps in the field to implement vital planning activities such as distributing mosquito nets, spraying with insecticide, distributing vaccinations, and conducting surveys. Maps are critical for planning and implementing these activates for communities and health workers. For example, being able to access historic information on whether a household has received an insecticide treated net and update that record once a net has been distributed, would hugely improve the quality of data collected by workers and would allow for easy mapping and analyses. View this Story Maps for further ideas: http://bit.ly/2czQxer
Data Resources: view malaria data to support your hack


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