AlphaHacks is Target Alpha’s annual hackathon that gives hackers everywhere a chance to show off their skills and win amazing prizes in fields ranging from business to healthcare and medicine.
The two tracks that we'll be having this year are the Proposal Track and Development Track. For the development track, a product must be built with code, while for the proposal track, only wireframes and a pitch video are required.
We’ve got an amazing list of sponsors and prizes that we’re pumped to share with you. We’re completely virtual this year, but nearly everything from a traditional hackathon will be present at AlphaHacks!
$CAD94,727 in prizes
1st Place (Development Track)
- A full Raspberry Pi Kit
- Year of Wolfram|One Personal Edition plus a one-year subscription to Wolfram|Alpha Pro
- Auto-acceptance to Hack the Valley for the entire team
2nd Place (Development Track)
- Wireless Earbuds with Boltune Bluetooth 5.0 for each team member
- 1Password 1 year Family Plan for each member of the team
3rd Place (Development Track)
2 month Spotify Family subscription for each member of the team (up to 4 members)
1st Place (Proposal Track)
- Logitech K400 Plus Wireless Touch Keyboard
- Bubble.io $1000 Credits for 6 month usage
2nd Place (Proposal Track)
- 6 month Netflix Premium Subscription
3rd Place (Proposal Track) (2)
- $80 worth of Twilio Credits
EchoAR Sponsor Prize for the best AR/VR application built with the echoAR platform
- 1 $50 Amazon gift card (split amongst the winners)
- 3 month EchoAR Business Tier plan
Most Innovative Proposal Hack
Submitting to this hackathon could earn you:
All projects are due at 9:00 AM EST Sunday, June 13th, 2021.
Your Devpost submission must have the following:
A video (5 minutes max) that showcases your application
A link to your GitHub repo (must be public) OR a link to your Google Slides PowerPoint (Make sure that its viewable by us) OR a PPTX powerpoint file
A complete Devpost description
Contact us if you have any questions!
CEO of echoAR
CEO of Forward Kitchens
Product Manager at NoRedInk
Developer of Information Security and Health Information Systems
QA Automation Engineer
Founder @ Leading Learners
Head of Marketing @ Thunkable
Software Developer @ Hestia Academy
Chief Investment Officer @ Queen’s University Alternative Assets Fund
Problem-Solving & Solution
Does your project solve an existing problem and how big of a problem does it solve? How well does the solution solve this problem?
Development Complexity / Solution Complexity
If you've built a product, how difficult was it to develop and code? If you've proposed a solution, how complex is the solution and how much time was required to get to this solution and create a proper proposal for this?
How pleasing is the User Interface of your product or your presentation?
How well did you demo your project?