AngelHack 2019: Seattle
- Saturday, Jul 13 2019
- 09:00 AM PDT
- Seattle, United States
Challenge: Use AWS Amplify to build a mobile or web application that connects to at least one AWS service. To get started with AWS Amplify and for a curated list of tools, tutorials, and example projects, check out Awesome AWS Amplify. For a list of resources to get started with AWS, check out our AWS Hackathon Guide.
Prize: The best working mobile or web app that connects to at least one AWS service will win one (1) Echo Spot per team member and $1,000 in AWS credits for the team.
All attendees will also receive $100 in AWS credits during the Hackathon
Sponsored by AWS
Agora RTC App Challenge: Build an app or website that uses the Agora (RTC) platform to solve a real-world problem, reinvent the future, or simply be creative! Bonus points awarded for solutions with AI functionality overlaid on the RTC stream. This can range from sentiment analysis to facial detection to...well, just about anything. Show us your best results!
Prize: $1,500 USD
Sponsored by Agora.io
AngelHack Challenge: Challenge yourself and your entrepreneurial spirit. Make something innovative without limits, something that brings positive change to the world, even something that solves a small problem. It’s that simple.
AngelHack Prize: The winning team from each hackathon will receive $500 and an invite into AngelHack’s HACKcelerator program.
Sponsored by AngelHack
Challenge: Use one or more IBM Cloud services (for example, web, mobile, data, analytics, AI, IoT, or weather) to build an application that improves disaster preparedness, response, or recovery with a focus on the health and well-being of individuals and communities.
Accept the Call for Code Challenge to sign up an IBM Cloud account then start building with the visual recognition drone lab. You can also explore other sample code on the Call for Code site.
Prize: One winning submitted project will receive $1k per team and $500/month IBM Cloud credits per team member for 6 months.
Improve what you build after this hackathon and submit it for the Call for Code 2019 Global Challenge by July 29th for a shot at $200,000 and open source deployment support from the IBM Code and Response initiative.
Sponsored by IBM