Registration. Only registered teams will be only to compete. Participants must register as a team or individual and each group can be composed of 3 members maximum.

Hack. You can build either a mobile, web app, platform or desktop application

Languages & Tools. You can use whatever programming language/development tools/frameworks/API you want. Participants are expected to bring the necessary tools to build their competition entry.

Procedure. In this event, participants will be given 2 days to develop an app on the theme to be given that day. Staying overnight is not allowed ( must vacate by 12MN, come back by 10AM the following day)

No Offsite Development. All development must be performed on-site between the aforementioned start and end times for the event. We don’t allow teams to re-purpose an existing app, add a feature, then flog their badly disguised demo as a hack.

Demo/Judging. No Powerpoint! No Presentation. Participants will present their output from their respective tables. Judges will roam around to individually check and test each output.

Rules Changes. WebGeek DevCup reserves the right to make rules modifications prior to the start of the event. Please check back occasionally for changes!

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