QurantineHacks 2020 is a 48-hour hackathon open to everyone to participate on July 10 - 12! Our participants will work in teams or fly solo to develop their next aspiring software or hardware projects. At QurantineHacks, we believe that technology can change the world, so we’re empowering you to solve a problem in less than 48 hours. Due to the recent crisis, we will allow anyone and everyone to participate! The main theme of this hackathon is to create a project that benefits the current or future society and/or the world. The theme itself is purposely open-ended so as not to limit your creativity. Get ready to meet some fellow hackers and win some awards! We can't wait to see what you will build
All projects and ideas are accepted! We look forward to seeing what awesome things you all build!
Just fill out the elements on the DevPost submission! Although not required, a video would definetly help for judging!
$15,100 in prizes
Overall Best in Hackathon (1st Place)
Winning team gets $100 split between members of the team. Receive recognition from sponsoring organization and hackathon proceedings.
Runner Up (2nd Place)
Receive recognition from sponsoring organization and hackathon proceedings
Access to Wolfram|One for all participants for thirty days. Wolfram|One includes both Desktop and Cloud access, full access to the Wolfram Language and Knowledgebase, FreeCDF Deployment, 5000 Wolfram|Alpha API calls, 5000 Cloud Credits, 2 installations per user and 2 GB of Cloud Storage. This is worth $25 per person. Access to one month of CloudSploit Standard Service. This is worth $100 per person.
Submitting to this hackathon could earn you:
Is the hack technically interesting or difficult? Is it just some lipstick on an API, or were there real technical challenges to surmount? This is the most important criterion that your hack will be judged upon for the general prizes.
How outstanding is the project? Does it feature complex technologies? Does it stand out from other submissions?
Is the application ready for deployment? How realistic is it?
Is the hack more than just another generic social/mobile/local app? Does it do something entirely novel, or at least take a fresh approach to an old problem?