About this event
We'll help you create compelling location-based apps using the Mobility Services API, and interactive communication experiences with browser-based and iOS apps using instant voice, high-definition, and dating sharing (using Jabber Guest SDKs and the Jabber SDK and Web) and more. There'll be additional technology on the day to spur you on! This is your change to sync up with Cisco's DevNet team and program your way to the top using revolutionary developer tools.
- 2nd Place
- 3rd Place
- Grand Prize
$5,000, Incubation, an opportunity to showcase your winning demo on stage in front of the Cisco Live audien...
8:00AM - Doors Open/Setup
9:00AM - Doors open to attendees / Breakfast of Champions
10:00AM - Presentations
11:00AM - Team Pitches
12:00PM - Lunch
1:00PM - Hackathon competition begins
7:00PM - Dinner is served
Hack through the night!
8:00AM - Breakfast
12:00PM - Lunch
1:00PM - Hackathon ends / Submission due
2:00PM - Judging begins / demos
4:00PM - Winners are announced
5:30PM - 7:30PM - Beerbust After Party at Thirsty Bear
Rules Rule #1: Unique Code We want you to do what needs to get done. We encourage everyone to collaborate, use data sets, use APIS...whatever you and your team determine will help create the m...
Rule #1: Unique Code We want you to do what needs to get done. We encourage everyone to collaborate, use data sets, use APIS...whatever you and your team determine will help create the most sustainable solution
Rule #2: Ownership and IP Teams have full ownership of everything they build at our events are free to do with it as they wish.
Rule #3: Team Size Teams of up to 5 humans are allowed
Rule #4: Submissions Each entrant should submit via hackathon.io. Submission time is normally 1pm Sunday unless stated otherwise.
Rule #5: DEMO your Hack You must demo your hack in order to present. No slide-decks or power-points will be allowed. Don't be scared if you haven't finished building...it's okay as long as you tried your best :)
Rule #6: Have fun! It's a hackathon! Use whatever languages, libraries, or hacks you have in your arsenal. Show us new concepts, or anything you'd like.
Rule #7: Respect We expect everyone's behavior to be just as good as their coding. Please treat other event attendees and organizers with respect and whenever possible, kindness. We do not tolerate harassment of event participants, volunteers, or staff in any form. Such behavior or activity will result in participants being promptly removed from the event.
Rule #8: Judging Criteria Easily integrate: Practicality | Combining the technologies | Creativity | Quality of Code | Design