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India's HackerEarth helps global clients tap developer talent

Startup offers hackathons as 'open innovation' tool

Vivek Prakash co-founded HackerEarth at the age of 22.

MUMBAI -- Indian startup HackerEarth, a service that organizes hackathons, helps companies around the world solve software puzzles by tapping into huge and growing database of developers.

Hackathons are contests in which programmers compete to develop new products and services on a specific theme within a certain time frame.

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