iSource supported the Faculty Hackathon: Fostering Innovation in Smart Environments and Tools

iSource joined the Hackathon hosted by the Faculty of Information and Communication Technologies in Bitola on April 11th-12th. Our Operations and Project Manager, Zoran Simjanovski, was actively engaged as a judge, carefully evaluating the innovative projects developed by talented students over the course of this intensive two-day programming marathon. The theme of the event, “Smart Environment and Smart Tools,” provided a platform for participants to showcase their creativity and technical prowess. Additionally, iSource supported the event by donating keyboards.

The hackathon served as a dynamic forum for brainstorming and collaboration, with a primary focus on generating forward-thinking concepts for smart environments and tools. The overarching goal was to catalyze transformative changes in various spheres of life, ranging from individual homes and workspaces to broader urban landscapes and societal structures.

Through our involvement, we contributed to nurturing the next generation of innovators and problem-solvers, while also gaining valuable insights into emerging trends and technologies in the field of information and communication. We’d like to express our gratitude to the Faculty of Information and Communication Technologies for inviting us to participate in the event. It was a rewarding experience engaging with students and faculty, and we look forward to future collaborations.