Hackathon Rules and Resources
- The primary objective of the event is to meet people while having fun building something new. Don’t do anything that would detract from the fairness or fun of the event.
We have put together some resources to get you moving in the right direction. Take some time to browse through the examples and links to other useful tools and resources.
Intro Google Slides
In the introduction, we give a brief introduction on how the Hackathon is scored as well how teams should be constructed. We also introduce a very basic business model generation known at the “lean canvas".
Design Google Slides
We covered the difference between UX (User Experience) and UI (User Interface) as well as the processes involved with rapid prototyping.
Front End Development Google Slides
Intro to Java Script, Bootstrap, and AJAX.
Backend Slides Google Slides
API discussion with examples.
Pitch Deck Google Slides
- Proto.io (online tool) – https://proto.io/
- GitHub’s Atom text editor –https://atom.io/
- Postman- https://www.getpostman.com/
- Google Chrome Browser – https://www.google.com/chrome/
- Python (optional) – https://www.python.org/downloads/release/python-2714/
- Business Model Canvas cacoo_business_model_canvas
Backend (Flask Project): https://github.com/Bytelion/hackathon_backend_2018
Front End Project: https://github.com/Bytelion/hackathon_frontend_2018
Not Needed: LiteCoin https://github.com/litecoin-project/litecoin
Team form: This is the form you will use to create and define your team and the roles each member will fill. Hackathon Team Form
Team Rubric: This is the form that the judges will use to score your final project. This will give your team an idea of what the judges are looking for what what aspects of the process hold more weight. 2019 Hackathon Rubric