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February Hackathon Details

Hackathon List


The Headout Hackathon

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  • Date06 Feb 2016 – 06:00 pm07 Feb 2016 – 06:00 pm
  • Place : Headout Office, Bangalore
  • Website : http://www.venturesity.com/challenge/id/169
  • Status : Applied
  • TeamName : Sapphire
  • Team Members Details
    • Senthilkumar M
    • Padmapriya
    • Priya
    • Vaishnavi

InMobi Hack Day Spring 2016

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  • Date : 20 Feb 2016 – 12:00 pm 21 Feb 2016 – 06:00 pm
  • Place : Headout Office, Bangalore
  • Website : https://in.explara.com/e/inmobi-hack-day-spring-2016
  • Status : In-progress
  • Team Details
    1. WaSu
    2. OnParking
    3. MilkMug
    4. SaveMom IoT
    5. Virthe
    6. AgriOnIoT
    7. DurgaBuzzer_SmartZip

 

Make Smart Bengaluru Event proposal

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Make SMART Bengaluru!

Logistics

Location: ——–

Date: October 24 & 25, 2015( Tentative )

Duration: 1 day (10 AM to 5 PM)

Participation: ——-

Target audience: Students & Developers

Cost per student:-  Rs 200

Aim

Delivering an in depth Google Design Sprint and developing Mobile & Web Application development using Design Thinking

Mr. Senthilkumar M will be the speaker for the session on Google Design Sprint.

About the speaker:-

A research Engineer at Qualcomm who has extensive knowledge of several languages such as C, C++, Python, Java, HTML, PHP and CSS. He has extensive experience on development of Wireless and Network protocol and middle–ware development, website designing and mobile application development.

He has mentored over 200 girls from Madurai for Technovation Challenge 2014 and has extensive contribution towards creating an open source environment.

He has also been mentor for Class IX students of New Horizon Public School who had become world-champions at Technovation Challenge 2015 held at San Francisco for their app Sellixo. He also mentored students of Army Public School.

About Google Design Sprint:-

Design Sprint is a structured, time-boxed approach to solving a problem and building the right solution (generally with software). It incorporates ideation, software prototyping and user testing – usually all in the span of one week. Companies use Design Sprints to build new products, improve existing products and test ideas in a risk-free environment.
The method was invented and propagated by Jake Knapp at Google Ventures, and incorporates theory and practices from story centered design, lean user research, design thinking and rapid software prototyping. Google Ventures regularly conducts Design Sprints on their own portfolio companies.

Requirements

  • Auditorium capable of accommodating students & developers
  • Good Mic (#2) and Speakers
  • Projector with good visibility
  • A notepad per student
  • Power outlets for students & developers to plug their devices (1 power outlet per team)

Agenda

Date Time Session Speaker
24/10/15 09:00 – 10:00 AM Registration
24/10/15 10:00 – 11:15 AM Introduction to Google Design Sprint (Senthilkumar M)
24/10/15 11:15 – 11:30 AM Tea Break
24/10/15 11:30 – 12:00 PM ·         Brainstorming your next billion dollar idea.

·         Story board to make some visible impression for your idea.

(Senthilkumar M)
24/10/15 12:00 – 01:00 PM ·         Prototyping your idea using paper and pencil

·         Understanding the wireframe

24/10/15 01:00 – 01:30 PM Lunch Break
24/10/15 01:30 – 2:00 PM Brainstorming your idea
24/10/15 02:00 – 3:00 PM Making story board for your idea
24/10/15 03:00 – 5:00 PM Complete Paper prototype and get the User feedback.

Outcome

  • Ideating, building a “product”, and testing it in front of users which are exactly how it is carried out in the industry.
  • Team alignment. Having all of them work closely together on the same goal and with the same information is intensely uniting. It can rally a team together around the cause and bring energy to finding the best solution possible.
  • Bringing in users( audience ) can make the problem feel more concrete
  • Prototyping frees from the traditional time and capital constraints of building a product to test it. This enables to try ideas that otherwise wouldn’t be feasible to test out.
  • Time constraint boosts creativity and forces students to make product decisions quickly.