Hack Hospitality Cruise Challenge – The Iron Yard

Nov 3, 2017

One of the teams that chose the Sourcetoad Cruise Challenge at the Tampa Bay Hack Hospitality hackathon was The Iron Yard. Toni Warren, Jason Perry, Gavin Stark, and Angel Murchison built an inter-cruise communication system. The app works on a local network and allows you to chat with other members of your group and even locate where they are on the ship. Watch the team’s demo from the hackathon to learn more about the project.  

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