IntoIT South Coast Hackathon
A weekend hackathon competition where teams of designers, developers, tinkerers and thinkers get together to build something from start to finish in just 2 days. Creations should be technology focused but can be digital like apps and software or physical products.
Ticket costs are to cover lunch, snacks, coffee and pizza.
On completion teams pitch their ideas and completed products to a panel of notable judges. There is a cash prize (details to be announced) for the overall winner and bragging rights for the most creative, best use of theme, best physical product, best virtual product etc...
The event is organised by volunteers and local tech entrepreneurs with a view to encourage the formation of a startup and maker culture within the Bega Valley shire, as an outlet for creative individuals and as experience for the local tech community to showcase their skills.
Participants, please understand :-
- The judges are doing their best and have given time out of their busy lives, unpaid, to select a winner
- Yes, it is an arbitrary and imperfect process
Greater information about submission requirements will be provided during the early part of the Hackathon.
How to enter
Register via Eventbrite - https://southcoasthack2015-bega.eventbrite.com.au
Alison De Kleuver
Ernst & Young, Executive Director, Programs and Operations
Bega Cheese, Group IT Operations Mgr
Bega Council, Programs and Partnership Officer
Bega Disctrict News, Editor
how good is your solution compared to others, what new approach have you taken, what technical limitations have you identified and how will you address those
How will your solution help other humans, and on what scale
Presentation and Communication
Did you communicate your idea well to the judges?
How revolutionary and ground-breaking is the project within its sector? Amongst other solutions to similar problems, how cool is the hack and how well does it solve the problem?
How well have you identified and/or addressed a commercial opportunity. Does the hack stack up against commercial alternatives, but have some advantage given some refinement? Does it represent an untapped commercial opportunity?