Hack4Good is a hackathon event run by Microsoft Australia. Multiple teams compete to create the best app designed for the disabled community, with the winners being given an award by Satya Nadella, plus funding to further develop their app.
SSW was there to take part in the event. We entered a web store app called Right4Me.io, designed to provide people with different disabilities the ability to find products that suit them.
Watch this video to see what occurred during this multi day event, and who emerged as the winners of the hackathon.
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