A hackathon is a ‘hacking marathon’ where people come together to create or improve a functioning software or hardware in a specific period of time. Hacking here is defined as building or creating a functioning product of their idea and not breaking a system. This is the best time to learn, experiment and collaborate with other people.
An online hackathon is the same with the regular hackathon except that it is all done remotely. We will still have activities such as talks, workshops, fun activities but all happening online. One of the advantages here is learning how to work remotely with someone else.
Fun! Collaboration! Meeting new people! Learning New Technologies! Helping Others and more… :)
For this hackathon, there is no required or limit in the team size. You can work on your own, but it’s best to work with others so you can learn from them or help them. Some challenges if you are in a big group is that it takes a longer time to create something and others can’t really participate. We can say that 3-5 people in a team would be a good number.
We are opening our slack group so you can connect with them. Please don’t spam them. Request help at the channel and don't message people one by one via direct message. We will also list the ideas suggested on the website so you choose an idea that you would like to support and how you can connect with the group.
Note: We will ban you in the hackathon if you start spamming people unrelated to the hackathon.
Please submit your idea in the hackathon application (http://bit.ly/HackPHQuarantine-Join). We’ll post it on the website and add you to the slack group. If we feel that your idea is the same with someone else, we’ll connect you together so that you can work it together instead of doing duplicates of the same idea.
You can use any technology that you like as long as it is allowed and you are not violating any law or IP.
Note: All expenses due to the use of a certain technology or product (eg. Server, API, Domain name, etc) incurred in building your solution will be shouldered by you and your team. So make sure to discuss it with the team when you decide to use it.
Once done, send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org so we can guide you with the submission process.
You and your team owns the project. Please discuss ownership within your team.
- Help someone with your solution
- Make the most out of your quarantine time
- Learn something new
- Meet new people
- Maybe special perks or prizes 😉
Yes, you may. You can help out by sharing your skills that the group can benefit or share a problem/ideas that the group can work on.
Yes, you may participate. We allow 13 years old and above to participate in this event. Below 18 requires to provide a parental consent. Please make sure that your parents/guardian are aware that you are joining the event so they will be there to guide you. In case you bump in any issue, please email us at email@example.com so we can help.
If you are below 13 years old, we can’t let you join in because of the restriction of the law. 😔
This is an online hackathon. You can work remotely and do your own strategies to connect with others and learn from this experience. We will be providing a slack group for you to connect with other participants.
Tech solutions to the issues or potential issues made by the COVID19 pandemic, enhance community quarantine, and the after effects to our country.
There is no limit in the team number as long as you can manage it. It’s best to have around 3-5 people per team.
Online talks or workshops will be provided during the hackathon. You don't have to attend it. It's intended to help you in your project.
You can submit your project entry starting March 23, 2020 until the enhance community quarantine is completed.
Tip: Just release it as early as you can in order for people to use right away. You can improve it everyday or as needed. The important thing is for people to use it during this period of need. Don't overthink, just do it.
Read more on the Terms of the hackathon at https://hack.tech/terms.
We will have online talks, workshops and activities that can help you in this hackathon. Stay tuned or check the schedule once we released it on the website.
Awesome! If you are representing yourself or a non-profit tech organization and just want to share your knowledge, feel free to submit your talk, workshop or activity here: http://bit.ly/HackPHQuarantine-Speak.
If you are a company and want to do a talk, workshop, or activity, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org with subject: HackPHQuarantine Talk/Workshop/
Activity (Company Name).
Cool. Feel free to submit your talk/workshop/activity here: http://bit.ly/HackPHQuarantine-Speak.
Let them send an email at email@example.com with the subject: Support HackPHQuaratine. Thanks in advance!