Impact Hackathon Online 2021 aims to create sustainable digital solutions through a 3-day virtual hackathon. The event focuses on helping the country reboot its economy given the ongoing health crisis – COVID 19 through digitization.

HOUSE RULES

Who Can Join

The challenge invites individuals and teams of all ages given that attendees below 18 years old are required to have written consent of their legal guardians. We are looking for diversity in gender, race, background, and types of experiences. All that is required is an interest in developing solutions to the current problems of the country, and a commitment to participate fully throughout the Impact Hackathon Program.

Hacking House Rules

  • The Impact Hackathon is open to all coders and non-coders alike.
  • All participants must complete the registration process on the Impact2050 website.
  • Participants must form groups with a minimum of 3 and a maximum of 5 members.
  • Participants below 18 years old must submit a signed Parental Consent Form and submit them upon registration on the Hackathon Platform
  • After registering, participants must join the “Impact Hackathon Online 2021” Facebook group.
  • On the first day of the event (May 27), the Hackathon Platform will be launched and all participants are required to register on it. The hackathon platform will be used to create a team, submit the requirements, and where the jury will put their scores.
  • The Impact Hackathon Online 2021 is an on-the-spot coding marathon. This means it requires fresh codes. The event permits designs beforehand such as digital mockups, open source frameworks and anything else available to everyone, as long as the designs are kept within those limits. 
  • Participants with projects and codes used in previous hackathons will be disqualified.
  • Make sure to read through our Code of Conduct. Those who violate the rules will be disqualified. 
  • For more information, please refer to the Frequently Asked Questions.

Judges Criteria

    • Technical Viability/Difficulty (25%)
      Technically impressive. Did the technology involve AI, Big Data, Interface, etc.?
    • Business Viability (25%)
      Insightful valuation. Is this prototype or MVP (Minimum Viable Product) viable for local business and scaling?
    • Social Impact (25%)
      Did the team solve a particular problem? Did they articulate the solution to the Jury Board?
    • Design and Learning Stretch (25%)
      Did the team push themselves to learn something new? What kind of projects or domain expertise contributions have they worked on before?

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