In celebration of International Women’s Day, WWCode SD is having our very first community hackathon!
Come join us on Saturday, March 10th, 2018 at the gorgeous offices of UE.co in downtown San Diego!
Participate in collaborative and creative coding challenges over a day-long coding sprint as you work in teams to build projects. We’ll have mentors around to answer coding questions and give project insights. The event culminates in a presentation before a panel of judges at the end of the day. This is a Hackathon designed to showcase women as we take on tech!
9:00am-9:30am = Check-in and breakfast.
9:30am-9:45am = Welcome!
9:45am-10:00am = Team forming.
10:00am-7:00pm = Happy coding! Lunch and snacks provided.
7:00pm = Submissions are due!
7:00pm-8:00pm = Dinner.
8:00pm-8:30pm = Present to judges.
8:45pm = Winners are announced.
9:00pm = Event end.
All attendees must be over the age of eighteen and registered on devpost.
Teams can be any size you'd like, however, we will only provide prizes for up to four people per team.
Submissions must include a description of the project and a link to the code (via GitHub, Bitbucket, or other services). Descriptions should detail what your project is, how you made it, what technologies you used, and anything else you would like the judges to know.Demos and videos are not required but are heavily encouraged because they are a very powerful way to demonstrate the results of all of your hard work during the hackathon! While Powerpoint presentations can be useful in presenting pitches, the focus of this event is in actually building a working project, so we would love to see your project in action.
For more detailed rules, please read the full rules document, available here.
Best Overall Hack
Most social impact
Most technologically challenging
Submitting to this hackathon could earn you:
How to enter
All submissions must be made on devpost by 7:00 pm on Saturday, March 10. You will be allowed to hack till 8:00 pm but submissions must be made by 7:00 pm on Saturday, March 10 or your submission will not be valid.
Does it do something entirely novel, or at least take a fresh approach to an old problem?
Is the hack practical? Is the hack impactful? Does it fulfill a real need people have?
Is the hack technically interesting or difficult to develop?
Does it deliver a beautiful experience? Is it mostly bug-free?