Team InOut welcomes you to India's Premier hackathon, hosted at NIT Surat. You have 30 hours to code, design, develop and create magic. Happy Hacking! :)

Targeted exclusively at students, InOut Hackathon is a collaboration of programmers and designers to code, design and build innovative solutions to real life problems, through extensive coding in a short time duration.

Your singular constraint is: 30 hours to transform your weekend

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Eligibility

Teams of up to 3 members, and a minimum of 2.

All members must have registered for the event, and must be physically present on-site.

Requirements

- All Platforms and Developer Environments (Web/Mobile, iOS, Android, Windows Phone, Hardware)

- Proper documentation and pitch explaining your hack

- Submissions should be in by 5:00 pm, 14th August 2016

How to enter

We're accepting registrations on the InOut Hackathon Website. Post review by our team, confirmation emails were sent to those that were approved.

Judges

Aman Alam

Aman Alam
Twitter

Dushyantsinh Jadeja

Dushyantsinh Jadeja
Google

Abhay Rana

Abhay Rana
Razorpay

Gautam Bhasin

Gautam Bhasin
HPE

Nikhil Kumar

Nikhil Kumar
Exotel

Jubin Mehta

Jubin Mehta
YourStory

Shashank Mehta

Shashank Mehta
Razorpay

Shishir Misra

Shishir Misra
HPE

Siddharth Shetty

Siddharth Shetty
Exotel

Ankit Saxena

Ankit Saxena
Branch

Gopalakrishnan Subramani

Gopalakrishnan Subramani
Intel

Harshad Jagtap

Harshad Jagtap
Branch

Jagadeesh Rajarajan

Jagadeesh Rajarajan
Wingify

Yousuf Syed

Yousuf Syed
Wingify

Vishnu Jayadevan

Vishnu Jayadevan
Exotel

Judging Criteria

  • Innovation
    What makes your hack stand out from the crowd? Is it something entirely new? Does it solve problems using a completely new approach?
  • UI/UX and Design
    Is it easy to use? How steep is the learning curve? Do all features work together seamlessly? Is it appealing to the eye? Is the user experience pleasant?
  • Functionality
    Will people actually use this app? Does it satisfy an existing real need? Are all the features practical?
  • Technical Difficulty
    Has the hack overcome any technical challenges? Is it technically sound and interesting? Is it merely an add-on to an existing API? Has the hack justified the 30 hour time period?