ADI's annual week of learning and community at Columbia University

After a week of workshops hosted by the Application Development Initiative, Columbia students are invited to an overnight hackathon to collaborate on innovative projects and develop new skills!

Find more information at devfe.st

This year's judges:

  • Peter Boyce
  • Sabrina Majeed
  • Ryan Bubinski
  • Chris Wiggins
  • Grace Choi

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Prizes

$2,255 in prizes

1st Prize

$1000 will be awarded by the panel of judges to the 1st Prize winner

2nd Prize

$750 will be awarded by the panel of judges to the 2nd Prize winner

3rd Prize

$500 will be awarded by the panel of judges to the 3rd Prize winner

Best Civic Hack for Social Good

ADI will award a Kindle to the team that builds the Best Civic Hack for Social Good

Most Technically Impressive Hack

a16z Andreessen Horowitz will award an Anki Drive to the winner of the Most Technically Impressive Hack

Best Use of Bloomberg API

Bloomberg will award a choice of Gaming Console (Xbox One, PS4, or Wii U) to the team that best uses the Bloomberg API

Best Microsoft Hack

Microsoft will award an Xbox One to the team with the Best Microsoft Hack

Best Use of the Twilio API

Twilio will award four Phonejoys to the team that best uses the Twilio API

Best Use of Google APIs

Google will award 2 LG Smartwatches and 2 Google Chromecasts to the team that best uses Google APIs

Best Use of MongoDB

MongoDB will award an Amazon Gift Card and MongoDB swag to the team that best uses MongoDB

Best CULPA Hack

CULPA will award an Amazon Gift Card to the team that best uses the CULPA API

Best Use of Location Data

Arya wireless speakers for team with hack that best uses location data!

Devpost Achievements

Submitting to this hackathon could earn you:

Eligibility

  • Projects must be submitted by current Columbia students (GS/BC/SEAS/CC/Grad welcome).  
  • Teams may range in size from 1-inf; be aware that any prizes awarded are to be shared by the team. For the sake of effective collaboration and maximizing learning, we encourage teams of size 3-6.

Judges

Will be Announced

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Judging Criteria

  • Will be Announced