At DevHacks 2015 we saw your passion for what you do and your hard working produced awesome results!
The winner of DevHacks 2015 was ROBOPIT, an IoT solution designed to monitor old buildings and prevent unexpected events such as gas explosions or fire, alerting the habitants with push notifications or SMS alerts.
Also, within the challenge the teams developed apps such as Foinder, a real-time indoor positioning system, CommunityHelp, an Android app for client, and 113 Services!*, a mobile app connecting households with specific necessities with service providers.
At the 2nd edition DevHacks, we challenge you again!
The big impact will be represented by new improvements for the local reality, the solutions for our daily challenges from our personal life and the changes in the communities such health and education that we all should be part of.
If you believe in your team, you think your idea is innovative or you want to test your skills, you’re the right participant for this Hackathon!
We are excited about meeting you at DevHacks 2016 and unite our forces for 24 hours!
Check out here our agenda: Day 1 – Saturday, November 19th
9:00 – 10:00 Participants’ arrival
10:00 – 12:00 Intro & team matching
12:00 – 13:00 Hackathon Start: announcing the challenges
13:00 – 14:30 Lunch
14:30 – 18:00 Coding
18:00 – 19:30 Dinner Hack through the night!
Day 2 – Sunday, November 20th
8:00 – 9:30 Breakfast
9:30 – 12:00 Hack, hack, hack
12:00 Hackathon End – Congratulations everyone!
12:00 – 13:30 Lunch
13:30 – 16:00 Presenting the demos (If your demo doesn’t work, take us through the code of what you did and show us what you’ve learned and what is your idea)
16:00 – 16:30 The jury will decide the winners
16:30 Announcing the winners
This is a short overview. Hurry up and register now!
For more info, please don’t hesitate to visit our page or contact the team with the help of this nice form on the right side of your screen.
We look forward to seeing you there!
-The DevHacks Team-
Reasons to participate at DevHacks
The Hackathon with a purpose
Will you be able to build something that is usable by the end of DevHacks in IoT, Open Source, Robots, Smart City, Education, Health .
This is the real practice in using the ability to get rid of features quickly if you anticipate that
it cannot be done by demo time.
Ability to learn as fast as you can
When you have multiple developers in the team with different skill sets, somebody has to learn a new language on the spot.
Also this is a good reason to try something new (a new language/framework).
Working under limited time
You won't get that much sleep. You need to code your ass off to get something done for the demo.
Prizes, fun & friends
Maybe the best combination. If you expect to make new friends, have fun and win the big prize, you will be likely satisfied with the result.