Welcome to DevHacks! This is DevTrex's first hackathon, where students will come together to collaborate and make some amazing projects. DevHacks is more than just your typical hackathon. There are opportunities to compete for everyone with some tracks being no-code requirements, and some being code-required. Check out the different tracks to see what level works best for you. There will be some amazing workshops and sponsors at this event. Best of all there will be giveaways and some amazing prizes! Feel free to reach out to us if you have any questions. 

Hackathon Sponsors

Prizes

$1,720 in prizes

1st Place

$50 For The Team

2nd Place

$25 For The Team

3rd Place

$20 For The Team

Most Creative Hack (3)

Movie Tickets For The Entire Team!

Begineer Track

$100 For The Team

Echo AR Sponsor Prize

Echo AR will be providing a $50 Amazon gift card to the team that makes the best hack using their software.

Workshop Raffel (5)

Join Our Workshops to win gift cards, google homes, and other cool swag.

DevTrex Honorable Mention (3)

Projects that are worth getting recognition will be displayed on the DevTrex website and promoted to gain more outreach. DevTrex will pass on any opportunities for the team to expand on their projects if present.

Devpost Achievements

Submitting to this hackathon could earn you:

Eligibility

Our Hackathon is open to everyone

 

In Fact, check out our different tracks, they have been designed to allow people with any experience, and level of interest to participate. 

Requirements

All Projects:

- Description

- 2-3 Min Video

- Presentation (optional, but highly recommended) 

 

Include the following for all technical projects:

- Code Repository

- List what technologies you used

 

More in-depth instructions will be posted during the hackathon. Feel free to reach out to us by joining our discord if you have any questions. 

Judges

Amit Gupta

Amit Gupta

Judging Criteria

  • Innovation
    How effective is the solution to the target audience? How impressive was the project technically? Was the technical problem the team tackled difficult? Did it use a particularly original technique or various components?
  • Design
    Is the product visually appealing? Did the team create an aesthetically preferable user experience? Does the team have an accessible platform for the audience?
  • Practicality
    Is the product economically and socially feasible? Does the function of the project work? Does the project address the problem they are trying to solve? Is the solution accessible and sustainable in the long term?
  • Prototype/Demo
    Is your prototype comprehensive and able to communicate your entire project? Is the prototype functional and able to show the ideal outcome of the solution?
  • Presentation
    Does the slide show effectively showcase the project? Is there any contradiction between the slide show and the product? Did the slide show successfully and sufficiently outline all details about the project?

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