Hack-O-Uplift

Hack for Upliftment

Hack-O-Uplift is the first-ever community hackathon of The Uplift Project powered by the GirlScript Foundation.

For all the tech & non-tech participants staying in the home there, you all stick it out with boredom; it's an ample opportunity for you where you can invest your 36 hrs in working with your team to plan, build, technique it & bring your project to life.

Welcoming here:
We always welcome all the brightest minds out there. We are eagerly awaiting your investment in this hackathon. Grab your chance of connecting with people to discuss ideas and opportunities.

Learning in the way:
You will learn where to stick to a problem and how your mentor will solve the issues accordingly. There are no mentors out there for giving you perfect guidance to learn from that.

Build the way you prefer:
Watch, observe & then push your brain towards solving the problem. Divide the question into different parts and then add your intelligence & you will see the actual efforts of your there.

Don't worry about anything; you can serve for sure.

Submission Guidelines:

● Teams must be comprised of 2-4 people.
● All design elements, code, for your project must be created during the event. But You may also incorporate pre-existing material that is freely available to the public into your project, such as public domain images, Creative Commons music, open-source libraries, existing APIs and platforms, and the like.
● Submit the GitHub link of your publicly visible source code of the hack on Devfolio. Broken links will disqualify the project from the judging process.
● Create a short video (~2 Minutes) demo of the hack and upload it to YouTube or any video-sharing site. Make sure that the person watching the video is fully able to understand what the project does and what its functionalities are. Share the link on your Devfolio submission.
● Only ten of the competing teams will present their projects in the final round of judging at the end of the hackathon and they will have to present their project live. 
● There must be a clear description of the working of the hack in the README file. If the hack is live and can be tested, add the relevant links to that in the README file too.
● Teams that make it to the final round will be given up to three minutes to present their finished project to a panel of judges.
● The prizes not specified will be announced soon

Rules

Find us on

Hack for Upliftment

Runs from

Sep 3 - 5, 2021

Happening

Online

Closed

Ended

Hack-O-Uplift is the first-ever community hackathon of The Uplift Project powered by the GirlScript Foundation.

For all the tech & non-tech participants staying in the home there, you all stick it out with boredom; it's an ample opportunity for you where you can invest your 36 hrs in working with your team to plan, build, technique it & bring your project to life.

Welcoming here:
We always welcome all the brightest minds out there. We are eagerly awaiting your investment in this hackathon. Grab your chance of connecting with people to discuss ideas and opportunities.

Learning in the way:
You will learn where to stick to a problem and how your mentor will solve the issues accordingly. There are no mentors out there for giving you perfect guidance to learn from that.

Build the way you prefer:
Watch, observe & then push your brain towards solving the problem. Divide the question into different parts and then add your intelligence & you will see the actual efforts of your there.

Don't worry about anything; you can serve for sure.

Submission Guidelines:

● Teams must be comprised of 2-4 people.
● All design elements, code, for your project must be created during the event. But You may also incorporate pre-existing material that is freely available to the public into your project, such as public domain images, Creative Commons music, open-source libraries, existing APIs and platforms, and the like.
● Submit the GitHub link of your publicly visible source code of the hack on Devfolio. Broken links will disqualify the project from the judging process.
● Create a short video (~2 Minutes) demo of the hack and upload it to YouTube or any video-sharing site. Make sure that the person watching the video is fully able to understand what the project does and what its functionalities are. Share the link on your Devfolio submission.
● Only ten of the competing teams will present their projects in the final round of judging at the end of the hackathon and they will have to present their project live. 
● There must be a clear description of the working of the hack in the README file. If the hack is live and can be tested, add the relevant links to that in the README file too.
● Teams that make it to the final round will be given up to three minutes to present their finished project to a panel of judges.
● The prizes not specified will be announced soon

Find us on

Sponsors

Sponsors

Platinum

Devfolio

Gold

PolygonTezosCeloFilecoin

Silver

XYZSticker MuleSketchStreamYardFramer

Authentication Partner

SAWO

Sponsors

Sponsors

Platinum

Devfolio

Gold

PolygonTezosCeloFilecoin

Silver

XYZSticker MuleSketchStreamYardFramer

Authentication Partner

SAWO

FAQs

Team size

1 - 4

Registration costs?

Nada.

Team size

1 - 4

Registration costs?

Nada.

Got more questions? Reach out to [email protected]

FAQs

Team size

1 - 4

Registration costs?

Nada.

Team size

1 - 4

Registration costs?

Nada.

Got more questions? Reach out to [email protected]

Hacker reviews

4.4/5

No reviews for this rating yet.

Hacker feedback

Theme

No Restrictions

+15000 participating

Online

Open

Live

Theme

Blockchain

AI/ML

+1000 participating

Offline

Open

Starts 04/08/24

HackDeGalaxy

Hackathon

Theme

Blockchain

+500 participating

Online

Open

Starts 04/08/24

Theme

Blockchain

Design

AI/ML

+1000 participating

Offline

Open

Starts 27/07/24