Hello developers and designers!
Want to build cool mobile applications? You're at the right place.
We at Google DSC PESU ECC and onCreate() are delighted to present to you the first iteration of @Override , an online mobile application development hackathon that aims to encourage developers to create fun and exciting applications while also honing their requisite design skills.
Mobile development represents more than just an opportunity for the solo-developer to build their own project—it’s arguably the future of development, as mobile devices are becoming larger and larger parts of our lives. Thus we can definitely say it's a great skill for your repertoire!
With no restriction on themes, participants have a myriad of ideas to work with and design. Create compelling feature-rich solutions that promise a connected experience to users and we’d be delighted to share some exciting prizes with you!
Beginners are encouraged to participate as we’ve got excellent mentors to guide you through the process of app development (We suggest taking a look at the resources section for a little extra help!)
So what’re you waiting for?
Sign up through our registration link with teams of 2-3 members each.
Hoping to see you soon!
For any further queries feel free to message us on Instagram or contact us through-
P.s. This hack is for PES University students only
Make sure you have registered for the hackathon with your team members on the Official registration form, else your submission will not be considered.
- A short video (upto 3 mins) Make sure to link the video explaining your application/prototype on Devpost while submitting your project . P.S. - Voiceover is a must to help the judges understand your application better.
- A few screenshots of the final project - To show transperancy and originality of your work
- The link to your GitHub repository - make sure your repository is PUBLIC. Your repository must include necessary details of all of your team members, team name, your problem statement, how to run your project and other necessary explanatory info in the readme of your repo.
₹ 6,000 in prizes
Submitting to this hackathon could earn you:
SDE at Google
Member Technical Staff at Oracle India
Implementation from design to code
How well components are organized
Completion of the design