Submit the awesome projects you've done for HackDuke 2015: Code for Good!

HackDuke is about collaboration, not competition. We aim to be not just a place about building meaningful projects, but also an open forum to discuss, share and bring to life ideas that aim to make a positive impact on social issues. Look forward to working and coding alongside mentors from tech and for-impact companies!

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Prizes

$5,200 in prizes

Best of Education Track

Winners will get to donate $500 to a local non-profit / charity of your choice, from our list of non-profits/charities. Sponsored by Infusion.

Best of Inequality Track

Winners will get to donate $500 to a local non-profit / charity of your choice, from our list of non-profits/charities.

Best of Health & Wellness Track

Winners will get to donate $500 to a local non-profit / charity of your choice, from our list of non-profits/charities.

Best of Energy & Environment Track

Winners will get to donate $500 to a local non-profit / charity of your choice, from our list of non-profits/charities.

Yik Yak: Best Location Based App

Meeting with co-founders of Yik Yak, Tyler Droll & Brooks Buffington.

ESRI: Best Use of ESRI API

$500 for Best Use of Esri API/SDK.

SQLSentry: Best Project with social impact in the Children's Community

$800 of donation to Duke Children’s Hospital in winner's name.

Plaid: Best use of Plaid API - The 100x Prize

Donate a 100 of anything to a charity of your choice (value up to $500)

Plaid: The Beginners' Prize

Up to $100 for each team member on programming resources

Google: Best use of Google APIs/Products

5 of the new Chromecasts either to top team or top teams until they run out.

Capital One: Best use of Capital One's Nessie API

$100 Amazon gift card for each team member and $400 to the charity of the team’s choice

IBM: Best use of Bluemix API

"IBM Gift Pack" and IBM Certificate for participants using Bluemix

MLH: Best Use of Amazon Web Services

1TB Dell Hard Drive

MLH: Best Domain Registered Through Domain.com

Domain.com Swag Bag with a Sparkfun RedBoard

Devpost Achievements

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Judges

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Judging Criteria

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  • Design & Viability
    Submissions will be evaluated for the understanding of the community/user, understanding of the impact area, and extent to which the problem is solved or mediated. Long term usefulness of the project, polish and presentation.
  • Technical Implementation & Difficulty
    Submissions will be evaluated on the implementation and the technical difficulty of the project, in the scope of how it addresses the area of impact.
  • Technical Progress