Microsoft yesterday kicked off their annual //oneweek hackathon. Over 14,000 Microsoft employees in 72 countries around the world are participating in this event.
This is the third year of //oneweek, which brings employees together as they work on projects that inspire them, as well as see and demo the latest Microsoft products, ask questions about what’s coming in the next fiscal year, volunteer in their communities and celebrate their accomplishments.
Microsoft highlighted that there more than 3,200 registered Hackathon projects, with employees hacking everything from bots to Microsoft HoloLens, as well as focusing on cognitive services, accessibility, inclusive design and more. Hopefully, we will see interesting new ideas from hackathon makes its way into Microsoft products.