Coders, engineers, designers, inspiring entrepreneurs, and brilliant minds from the nation will gather for 24 hours to form a tech hub at Cetys University Campus Ensenada.
Students, seasoned programmers, and thought geniuses will gather to develop a project of their choice to showcase their coding capabilities, pitch skills, and ultimately, their ability to produce a fully and capable product or service, and deploy it to market. If this task were not challenging enough, teams will go up against four judging criteria: innovation of the idea, functional implementation, overall quality and visual appeal, and overall market impact.
"WeCanCode Hack" focuses primarily on students and graduates , but computer field professionals are welcomed to join. Ninjas that are self taught with experience are also encouraged to join.
If you have a vision, passion to get things started, and the hardwork/determination to create change, you are what we are looking for!
A good presentation will have a project description and an explanation of their ultimate goaland impact to the community. Demonstration should include a demo video showing the protype or project. All demonstrations will be given in presentation format.
Examples of demonstrations:
$11,500 in prizes
1st Prize Winners
1st Prize winners will receive a prize valued at $5000 and a WCC HACK Title
2nd Prize Winners
2nd Prize winners will receive a prize valued at $4000 and a WCC HACK Title
3rd Prize Winners
3rd Prize winners will receive a prize valued at $2500 and a WCC Hack Title
Popular Prize Winners
Prized as the popular vote for WCC Hack Mx 2016
Submitting to this hackathon could earn you:
How to enter
Visit Registration link:
Once you reach the page, elect one of three options for registration:
1. Participate individually
2. Join a Team
3. Form your team
CEO and Founder, Advancio
Quality and Innovation of the Idea
On a scale from 1-5 grade each submission on elements of creativity and originality. -Was the idea original? -is there similar products on the market? -have you heard of a similar solution?
On a scale from 1-5 grade each submission on elements of execution. -How well was the idea was executed? -Workable protype? -Frameworks used? -Technical Difficulty?
Overall Visual Appeal
On a scale from 1-5 grade each submission on elements of graphical design, typography, and visual aesthetics. -UI/UX experience -Color templates -graphical elements
On a scale from 1-5 measure how helpful the project will be for the community. society -does the submission solve a relevant issue? -is submission viable? executable? useful? -will the submission cause an impact?