Developers, designers, and entrepreneurs are welcome!

To help you get the most out of the hackathon, we will provide dedicated, on-site support by our engineers. Come build your dream app, get some cool swag, compete for prizes and, most importantly, have fun hacking with us!
 
We have a very limited number of slots available, so if you want to come, please let us know no later than Tuesday, January 1st.

Contact

For the Hackathon, please RSVP here as soon as possible. Spots are limited!

Don't want to hack but want to see some cool new apps? Join us for food and drinks on Demo Night! To RSVP, please register here.

To keep up to date on this event, please follow google.com/+YouTubeDev on Google+.
 
If you have any questions, please email ythackla-2012@googlegroups.com.

Would you rather talk about this event to some real people on G+? Sure, try:

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Jarek Wilkiewicz Paul Carff Jeremy Walker

Location and Time


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Saturday January 26th 9am - Sunday January 27th 10pm, 2013
Google LA
340 Main Street
Venice, CA 90291

Useful Resources

We are hoping for a mix of GoogleTV, mobile, and web apps using the YouTube APIs. To get prepared for the hackathon, we have listed out some resources below. Scroll to the bottom of the page if you prefer watching videos.

Decks

YouTube/Google TV Welcome Deck

GoogleTV Introduction Deck

YouTube

For video playback, please check out the YouTube Player APIs:

For most everything else you can do on YouTube.com, you will want to read up the YouTube Data API V3  (blogpost). Example code in a number of languages can be found here.

If you are interested in analytics, check out the new YouTube Analytics API.

Want your website visitors to be able to upload both webcam and video files to YouTube? Check out the Upload Widget/API.

GoogleTV

This is a great resource for getting started with GoogleTV development.

If you would rather look at built out code examples, check out this link.

Videos (YouTube/Android/GoogleTV)