Duke it out with 50 other developers, designers, and analysts to make an application using one or more sponsored APIs. Teams present to a panel of judges for fame and prizes!
HackREGINA is our 4th bi-annual hackathon in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada. Teams of developers, designers, and analysts compete to make the most interesting, exciting, and usable application using one or more of the sponsoring APIs. At the end of the day, each team presents their project to a 9/28/panel of judges and the other teams, hoping to be awarded with 1st, 2nd, or 3rd place! Join us the evening before the event for our kick-off party, a great place to exchange ideas and network with your peers and the event sponsors. Of course, the day of the event we'll be sure everyone is fed and watered. And after the day is finished we'll wrap up with some catering and a nice drink.
- Any developers, designers, analysts, or anyone interested in software development is eligable to participate.
- If you're under the legal age of majority in your state/province, you must present a signed permission slip from your parent or legal guardian
- To be eligible for the student category prize, 50% or more of your team must be enrolled in primary, secondary, or post-secondary education as of September 28th, 2013
Participants are expected to create an application that demonstrates their idea, using one or more of the sponsoring APIs. We will be announcing all sponsor APIs the week before the event - keep an eye on our website hackregina.com, our twitter account @HackREGINA, and this page for more details.
How to enter
Registration for the event will start August 28th. The link to register will be posted on our twitter account, our hackregina.com website, and this page.
Business Development Manager, CYBF
Dr. Chris Street
Associate Professor of Entrepreneurship, Hill School of Business, University of Regina
Web Developer, Mobile Designer, GB Internet Solutions
How difficult was the implementation of the app?
User Experience & Design
Is the app easy to use? Does it look like time was spent in its design?
Would the app sell or get used in today's marketplace?
How well did the team present the idea and themselves?
Do you want to see this app finished and released so you can use it?