Blacks in Technology Hosts Baseball Hack Day

Industry: Technology

Blacks in Technology hosts sports hackathon for the Greater San Diego region

San Diego, CA (PRUnderground) February 4th, 2019

Blacks in Technology (BIT) proudly announces that Intuit will host Baseball Hack Day at their San Diego facilities on Saturday March 9th, 2019, for a single day event where tech and sports collide. Composed of students, entrepreneurs, professionals, sports analysts, and techies, the Hack Day audience will come together to create incredible projects, tools, apps, and visualizations to increase the love of the game.  Also, participants will have the opportunity to form teams and pitch their idea to a panel of judges to receive a grand prize (and bragging rights). In addition to its partnership with Intuit, BIT has partnered with tech-focused, local organizations such as Girls in Tech, National Society of Black Engineers, Startup San Diego, and Tech Ladies.

Baseball Hack Day San Diego Co-Organizer, Elizabeth Cotton, commented, “As the tech industry is already very competitive and fast paced, the sports tech industry is even more aggressive. Baseball Hack Day is such a great program as it infuses sports, entertainment, innovation, and tech. It’s great to see Fortune 500 companies like Intuit provide mentorship and sponsorship for events such as this. Participants not only get the opportunity to develop and showcase their technical skills but also network and build relationships with employees from a top technology company.”

For more information or to sign up please visit For volunteer or sponsorship inquiries, please contact Elizabeth Cotton at

About Blacks in Technology

Blacks In Technology is the largest community organization that focuses on black women and black men in the technology industry. Through community-focused activities, events and media, Blacks In Technology (BIT) is “Stomping the Divide” by establishing a blueprint of world-class technical excellence and innovation by providing resources, guidance and issuing a challenge to our members to surpass the high mark and establish new standards of global innovation. Our mission to increasing the representation and participation of black women and men in the technology industry. To learn more please visit

About Baseball Hack Day

Baseball Hack Day is an annual on-site, in-person hacking event (also known as hackathon, hack fest, code fest, or code party) where area baseball fans come together and create baseball-related projects to compete in a fun, friendly, one-day competition. Born in Boston spring of 2012, Baseball Hack Day is a grass-roots, open-sourced movement, held at the same day at different locations all around the world. The goal of the day is to bring creative tech minds into one room, and see what they can produce within a limited time. The project could be (but is not limited to) a tool, simple web app, mobile app, web site, or data visualization. To learn more, please visit

About Intuit

Whatever prosperity means to you, Intuit is committed to working on your behalf and making it happen. Every day we innovate with our flagship products – TurboTax, QuickBooks, and Mint. So no matter your financial need, we have a solution that can help. Whether you’re a consumer, self-employed, or a small business owner, we’re in your corner to help make your dreams of prosperity come true. To learn more please visit


About Blacks in Technology

Blacks In Technology is a tech focused community and media organization that is dedicated to increasing the representation and participation of black women and men in the technology industry.

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