You'll have thirty hours to team up with other high schoolers to build an amazing product. Listen to incredible speakers share their work, and present in front our amazing panel of judges . Enjoy delicious food, win amazing prizes, but most importantly -- learn to code.
We can't wait to see what you'll create!
If you are present at Hacking Generation Y, or have received special permission from us to hack from home, you're eligible.
Please submit a description of what your app does, and a link to your product, and a video demo that'll give us a great explanation of how your app works, and what it does.
$1,000 in prizes
Submitting to this hackathon could earn you:
How to enter
We’re looking for creative and innovative people with a set of skills that cancontribute to a project: mobile, web, hardware, design or anything else really cool. To make the experience even more awesome; bring a friend (or 4) and have that friend bring a friend (or 4 more friends).
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Is the solution a different take on an existing application or is it truly unique? Does the app mash up data or services that you wouldn’t have thought would work together? Is the solution more technically challenging than the others
Does the app do one thing or does it have a lot of functionality? Was the idea behind the app creative? What was added to the app to make it special or more useful?
Does the app's UI look sloppy or is it professional? Is it a compelling user experience? Is the app easy to use? Does the app's workflow make sense? Is it intuitive?
Did the team stay within the time limit of their presentation? Was the team able to communicate their idea and translate it to the app they produced?
Was there anything in the app that wasn't fully implemented (e.g. a link to nowhere or a button with no action)? How many bugs were encountered? Were they severe? Did the team scope their app's features well given the time frame?