What is hackathon?
Hackathons, hack days, hack fests or codefests, are special events where developers and other technical people get together to collaborate on projects in a social environment. Hackathons are about “hacking” in the positive sense: creative problem-solving and innovation on top of existing technology.
History on Hackathon
The first event to be labelled a “hackathon” was held in June 1999 in Calgary, Canada.
Since then, hackathons have become regular fixtures worldwide, sponsored or held by a variety of technology companies, open-source communities, government organizations and academic institutions.
How Hackathons are structured?
Hackathons are usually focused on a certain language, framework, operating system or API, with the end-goal of a product or feature that addresses a specific requirement in the community. Some hackathons also include a competitive element, with judges awarding prizes for the best-performing and most innovative ideas, best presentations.
Which encourages developers to experiment, take risks and come up with creative solutions that might never see the light of day in a normal office setting.
Why from us?
Because we believe on team, and we are tech enthusiastic and we ourselves work on different projects which simplifies the community based problems through different projects.
(A) Bipin Bista
.NET Developer @ThirdEye Technology
(B) Bishal Bhandari
Python Developer @ ICARE Technology
(C) Bishwojeet Bhattarai
IT Technician @ Claranet– Porto, Portugal
(D) Pralhad Rijal
.NET Developer @ICARE Technology
(E) Pralhad Khanal
(F) Ranjan Raj Regmi
@Cloud Himalaya-Data Center
(G) Rohan Jung Shah
(H) Sunil Chettri
.Net Developer @Nepal Tech
Date: Oct 5-6, 2018
Venue: Asian School Of Management and Technology, Gongabu, Ring Road Kathmandu.
Themes for Hackathon:
Awards Detail on Hackathon:
1st : 30,000/-
1st runner up : 20,000/-
2nd runner up: 10,000/-
Best Presentation: 5,000/-
Best Idea: 5,000/-
Current Situation Applicable: 5,000/-