FaithTech is holding a four-week program to solve real-world problems in Jesus’ name. According to FaithTech, this is a “non-threatening entry point to Kingdom-focused product development.” Those who register for the Innovation Sprint will receive problem pitches prior to the event, giving time for you to discover a problem that you’re passionate about solving. While the development work will be done online, there will still be a social component.
The FaithTech Innovation Sprint is a way to learn product development skills with a focus on taking the message of Jesus into the world. It is also an opportunity to find community with other Christian developers throughout Canada, and learn the process of taking something from problem to prototype in only four weeks.
Though the sprint is geared towards development, you don’t have to be a techie to join. “If you’re passionate to help design solutions to real-world problems, there’s a place for you,” FaithTech says. The Innovation Sprint begins November 1 and takes place online throughout Canada.