Spectra is an all women and non-binary hackathon in the Bay Area!
This is a unique event bringing together college students and professionals from all around the world. Spectra offers participants a safe and empowering environment for women to experiment with technology at any experience level.
Every person should have the opportunity to have an impact in computer science and strengthen their technical abilities.
$700 in prizes
Define Health/Best Use of Fitbit API
Each team member will get a Fitbit Ionic
Best Mobile Hack
Each team member will win an Amazon Echo
Best Use of Twilio API
Each team member will get Airpods
Revolutionize the Way People Communicate using RingCentral's API
20,000 Game Changers Points (enough for headphones, Stadia, conference passes, and more - or bank them and earn more points for iPad, Nintendo Switch, Macbook, or all expenses paid cruise - see all rewards at https://gamechanging.dev)
Best Use of HERE API
1st: Each team member gets an Amazon Echo 2nd gen
2nd: Each team member gets a development kit containing Raspberry Pi Zero W and NEO-6M GPS module
3rd: Each team member gets a Khan Academy / Udemy voucher
Best Use of MongoDB
Each team member will get an Amazon gift card
Best Beginner Hack
Each team member will win cool goodies like soft plushies
Each team member will win a Benefit Box full of cool products!
Post a selfie on social and tag us to win a Polaroid Camera!
Submitting to this hackathon could earn you:
- Anyone who identifies as female or non-binary and is at least 18 years old can register to hack!
- Teams between 1 to 4 people are allowed.
Please have ONE teammate sign up your team to enter for prizes!
You must be present during the hackathon and the end to receive your prize!
- Have 1 person in your team enter your project into Dev Post
- Create a DevPost profile for your project and submit on July 20th at 7PM.
- Be sure to "opt-in" for the prizes your project qualifies for so judges can find you during the expo
- Include screenshots of your project.
What kind of logic was implemented? What kind of technologies did you work with?
Is this project new and exciting? Is it innovatively solving a problem and making others say “WOW!”?
Is this hack dependable? How impactful is this project to its target audience?
How complete is your hack? Are you just getting started or are you almost there? We’d love to see you at the finish line!