WWPHacks is a digital hackathon - a collaborative programming competition where teams of up to four work against the clock to build innovative technological solutions to real world problems. Participants will have 24 hours to communicate and work on their project with their team, with the opportunity to participate in numerous workshops and mini-events along the way. Once projects are finished, contestants will submit them for judging. A team of judges will analyze projects based on metrics such as neatness, creativity, and implementation. Interesting prizes will be awarded to winners. At the end of the day, participants be leaving the hackathon with technical experience, new friends, and the feeling of fulfillment.
WWPHacks spans over an entire day filled with workshops, mini-events, and keynotes that will always give you something to do when you’re not working tirelessly on your project.
All you need to participate is a computer and a proper internet connection. If your project involves hardware, make sure you have the materials available beforehand.
Teams can range anywhere from 1-4 people. If you do not have a team before the event, worry not - you can find one on our handy Discord server.
You can make absolutely anything as part of your submission! If your project involves hardware, be prepaped to create a short video in order to show us your creation.
You absolutely can! We've got you covered with a comprehensive Bootcamp to teach you the skills you'll need!
Among subscriptions for all winners, we will be awarding
mechanical keyboards to the first place winners,
smart bulbs to the second place winners,
bluetooth speakers to the third place winners,
and gaming mice to the best bootcamp hack
For more information, check out our dev post!
Submissions will be evaluated based on their real-world application, technical complexity, and visual appeal, according to a fixed rubric in order to fairly review your projects
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