Kingdom Code BUILD is our annual hackathon in partnership with Indigitous #Hack, bringing together Christians who work in the world of tech from across Europe.
Join Christian technologists from across the UK and beyond to share ideas and kick start projects that integrate our Christian faith and technical skill sets.
Whether you’re a developer, designer, project manager, branding/marketing expert, ideator or something else entirely, enjoy taking a weekend to meet and work with others in the Kingdom Code community who share your desire to see God glorified through technology.
I met excellent skilled people, eager to code for Jesus
It all come together; five previous strangers managed to build something together using everyone's skills
At BUILD I was able to meet other Christian developers and discuss God centered technologies.
It was impressive to seeing every one committed to moving fast from idea to an output with in a day. Grateful for the tech skill sets and talents within the Christian community
At BUILD I realised you don't have to be perfect to develop or have a high knowledge to start an project
One of my highlights from BUILD was catching up with people and getting to do some pythony pairing for a great idea.
It was great to develop something for the Kingdom and to meet Christians in tech.
I loved seeing how much can be achieved in such a short period of time!
One of the best bits was encouraging and supporting a community who really are dedicated to Jesus and Tech… it is a really good hackathon!
I was able to work with a team of people who loved God, to build something which advanced His Kingdom… it was exhilarating.
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This is an evangelistic apologetic tool based on the evidence for the resurrection which exposes honest seekers to Scripture and other evidence for faith.
Help Go Chatter create a user login that works across both our Downloads site and our Custom Video Creator…
What motivates people to give to charties, and how might we link people up with charities that match with the causes that God has put on their heart?
The aim of this project is to design and deliver a Christ-centred app that is genuinely helpful to those struggling with anxiety.
The Intercultural Hub is a new entity aiming to provide digital and physical integrated hubs for churches and networks to work together to help plant, strengthen and multiply intercultural churches, providing focused resources to build bridges and trusted relationships across a diversity of backgrounds.
The app helps organisations in cities or areas engage people in prayer walking and becoming passionate for the area they live in. At its simplest, it allows people to select streets to walk and then say when they've been prayed for. A map is shown to users to show the overall progress of covering an area in prayer.
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