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AngelHack Global Hackathon

Series: Singapore

June 17, 2017 at 9:00 AM - June 18, 2017 at 6:00 PM

Blk71 71 Ayer Rajah Crescent, #02-01, Singapore 139951 (at NUS Enterprise)

A Welcome Note

Over the years we’ve seen teams of coders, designers and entrepreneurs from around the world become Whole Developers, watched as their Thoughts Become Things, and proved that Anyone Can Code. We’ve seen the code commit moment over and over again. The “oh sh*t I hope this works” moment. The moment where you know your hopes and dreams of winning that prize, that spot in the accelerator, that idea validation, are all on the line.

 

So, for our 10th Global Hackathon Series, we’re asking you to Commit To Your Code, and in turn commit to your project, a global ecosystem, yourself, your team, and your future.

 

#AH10 is here.

Challenge & Prizes

Let’s face it, prizes just make hackathons more fun. That’s why each year, we team up with our sponsors to bring you an awesome set of prizes. Don’t forget, we’ll also be announcing more closer to the event!

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Grand Prize: An exclusive invite to our HACKcelerator
A 12-week Curriculum to turn your hackathon idea into a startup reality
A diverse network of both local and global mentors Weekly guest speakers
A chance to fly to Silicon Valley for our Annual Global Demo Day and participate in a week of extensive pitch training!

AWS

Amazon Web Services

Prize: $200 in AWS Credits per person through AWS activate.

Link: https://pages.awscloud.com/a1h7aws.html

BC

BlueChilli and CityConnect

Challenge: We all want to be involved in the future of the places we live. Cities are growing at a rate that we’ve never seen before, and as part of our CityConnect accelerator program, BlueChilli is looking for ground-breaking ideas that will reinvent existing urban challenges (for example transport, housing, work and trade) into opportunities for growth and impact. BlueChilli is the leading startup accelerator out of Australia, with a rapidly growing portfolio of 100+ startups currently valued at +$200 million.

 

Prize: $1,000 SGD PLUS entry into the City Connect Validation Bootcamp, for a chance of $100,000 in investment

Govtech

GovTech

Challenge: Fight violent extremism in order to foster peace and coexistence through technology.

 

Prize:

  • $500 USD cash prize for winning team
  • From the 25 finalist teams, a top 3 teams will be selected by an esteemed panel of judges to receive a $2500 travel stipend per team to travel to London and pitch to leading investors for continued support of their solution.
Arcadier

Arcadier

Challenge:
Create an MVP marketplace with the Consumer Portal and the Merchant Portal created for the BESPOKE MARKETPLACE TYPE using Arcadier system. Your solution will be judged on the following: 1) pages translated, 2) features translated, 3) Degree of functionality, 4) Visual appearance.

To participate in the challenge sign up and familiarize yourselves here: https://www.arcadier.com/angelhack.html#
To familiarise yourself with the sandbox check out: https://www.arcadier.com/api.html

Prize:

  • 1st Prize Winning Team will receive SGD$1,300 cash prize & 1 year free Arcadier’s Enterprise Package
  • 2nd Prize Team will receive SGD$400 cash prize & 6 months Arcadier’s Enterprise Package
  • 3rd Prize Team will receive SGD$250 cash prize & 6 months free subscription of Arcadier’s Enterprise Package.
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Restb.ai

Prize: 5000 free API calls to all attendees and the grand prize winner will receive 5000 free API calls a month for one whole year

Link: http://restb.ai/angelhack/

HereBlk

Here

Challenge: Best use of HERE Technologies.
Prize: 1 Mbot Ranger per winning team member(max of 5)

Why AngelHack?

By hacking at an AngelHack hackathon, you are joining our global community of over 120,000 developers, designers and entrepreneurs who are committed to bettering the world, their city, themselves, or just simply competing for fun prizes.

 

All ages, genders, and skill levels are welcome. Come solo or in a team of up to five, and spend the weekend learning new skills, meeting your local tech community and tech sponsors, enjoying free food, and more.

Commit To Your Cause

Code For A Cause is welcoming nonprofits worldwide to join us at our 10th Global Hackathon Series, to inspire our global community to leverage their skills for good and give back to their local communities.

 

We’ll be rolling out the AngelHack-red carpet for nonprofits at each and every event, all we ask in return is that the nonprofits create a challenge to inspire our hackers! To nominate your nonprofit, please fill out this form. Selections will be accepted on a rolling basis.

Schedule

Day 1

9:00 AM : Doors Open & Breakfast

10:30 AM : Opening Ceremony & Sponsor Welcomes

12:00 PM : Coding Kick Off

1:00 PM : Lunch

2:00 PM : Sponsor Breakout Sessions

7:00 PM : Dinner

10:00 PM : Pitch Workshop

12:00 AM : Create project profile on hackathon.io, final submission due

1:00 PM, Day 2

Day 2

8:00 AM : Breakfast

12:00 PM : Lunch

1:00 PM : Code Freeze & Submission Deadline on hackathon.io

1:30 PM : A/V Check

2:00 PM : Demos

4:00 PM : Winners are Announced / Prizes!

Hackathon Rules:

We know some rules are meant to be broken, but you should probably (read: definitely) stick by these:

 

1.Fresh Code We all start coding at the same time. This is done to keep things fair. No one is allowed to come in and build on top of previous projects. It’s cool to work on designs beforehand, digital mockups, open source frameworks, and anything else available to everyone, but keep things within fair limits.

2. Code Review Winning teams may be subject to a code-review at some point following the event or immediately before winning. This is to ensure that all code used is in fact fresh.

3. Ownership and IP Teams have full ownership of everything they build at our events and are free to do with it as they wish.

4. Team Size No more than five people.

5. Submissions Each hackathon has its individual hackathon.io page where projects will be submitted. Instructions will arrive in your inbox during the hackathon, and will be gone over during the event.

6. DEMO your Hack You must demo your hack in order to present. No slide-decks or Powerpoints will be allowed. Two minute presentation and one minute Q&A from Judges.

Be cool to your fellow hackers! Check out the Code of Conduct if you need help knowing what that means 😉

FAQ’s

What should I build? Depends on what challenge (or how many) you’re going after! Study the challenges and use those as your guideposts. Try to build a hack that people can use, enjoy, and you can scale. Most importantly, have fun with it and try to finish on time. We know you can only do so much in 24 hours, so it’s ok if your project is not perfect (yet).

 

Who can attend? Anyone and everyone! Our attendees typically consist of junior developers looking to improve their skills, senior developers looking to expand their horizons, students, designers of all skill-sets, and serious entrepreneurs that can add value to teams. Bring your idea and let’s go!

 

Are there travel stipends? Unfortunately, we cannot provide travel stipends for our Global Series.

 

Photos/Video In this day and age of #selfies and #squad photos, it’s likely that photos and/or video will be taken at the event. By entering the venue, you’re giving us the OK to snap photos and post to social media.

For more info, don’t hesitate to visit our website www.angelhack.com or hit us up at info@angelhack.com.

Judging

How is the hackathon judged? Let’s be honest, y’all can do better than powerpoints. Which is why we rock with live DEMOS only! You use a powerpoint, you won’t win. To win an AngelHack hackathon, you will have to demo your product for at least 30 seconds, but don’t worry if your project is still not 100% perfected. Projects will be judged based on the following criteria:

 

  • Fundability: How fundable is this idea? Is there potential for a sustainable business model?
  • Execution: How well did the team execute and explain their problem? Did they demo a working solution?
  • UI/UX: Beyond design, have they thought through the end-to-end user experience for their solution?
  • Originality: How original, creative or unique is this idea?
  • Scalability: How scalable is this solution? Will it make an impact?

Photography & Videography

In this day and age of #selfies and #squad photos, it’s likely that photos and/or video will be taken at the event. By entering the venue, you’re giving us the OK to snap photos and post to social media.

 

For more info, don’t hesitate to visit our website www.angelhack.com or hit us up at info@angelhack.com.

Judges

Seon Yong Park

Developer/Startup Specialist Solutions Architect at Amazon Web Services (SUN_AWS)

Khoo Eng Tat

Head of Engineering and Investment Manager at TNB Ventures

Johanna Pitman

Director, CityConnect, BlueChilli

Tan Chong Yee

Assistant Manager, NUS Enterprise, Deal Flow & Portfolio Management

Mentors

Jing Hoo

UX lead for Oddity & Co-Founder of Missing Edge

Ambassadors

Ian Chong

Jam Long

Ng Ken Fai

Heislyc Loh

Sponsors

Community Partners