What is Code for the Kingdom?
Code for the Kingdom is a weekend hackathon and ongoing ecosystem where global issues are tackled from a Christian perspective. Join an incredible group of individuals who are applying their skills and experiences to advance common good and serve God’s Kingdom. In collaboration with innovative nonprofits and churches, we’ll write code and create technology to help release the oppressed, teach God’s Word, heal the sick, feed the hungry, clothe the naked, and support the church and the body of Christ.
This Hackathon is a non-profit event to encourage the activation and on-going collaboration of a larger ecosystem of all sorts of creative individuals (including programmers, designers, creatives, entrepreneurs, and leaders of churches, non-profits, and the marketplace) who are passionate about creating technologies to tackle the challenges confronting our society, our communities, our churches, and our spiritual lives.
What to expect?
- Open to professionals and college students. Register as individual or with your team (max of 4 per team and must compose of at least 1 college student and 3 professionals). If you register as an individual, you can join the hackathon alone or find team members during the Day 1 of the Hackathon
- The hackathon theme will be announced on Oct. 17, Monday at the pre-event launch happening at The Office Project. Be prepared for a little twist to spice up the hackathon on Oct 21-23!
- Meet and network with developers and get a chance to engage with seasoned tech mentors!
- The top 3 winning teams gets cool prizes. But the best part of joining here is allowing your skills to create potential solution to pressing issues in our country.
- All projects presented will have the chance to be chosen as the People’s Choice Award.
- All participants will get an event shirt, free food and drinks.
Who Can Join?
- Open to professionals and college students who are either a hustler, hacker or hipster.
- Open to all creative individuals (including programmers, designers, creatives, entrepreneurs, and leaders of churches, non-profits, and the marketplace) who are passionate about creating technologies to tackle the challenges confronting our society, our communities, our churches, and our spiritual lives.
- Only registered individuals are allowed to join. Participants must register from October 1 - 15, 2016
What to Bring?
- Participants are responsible for their own equipment, including computers, chargers and tools needed to make their app
- Food/drinks, Power outlets, tables/chairs, internet access. External monitors, chargers, etc. will not be provided
Platform and technology Stacks
- Teams must develop a web and/or mobile app
- You may use any programming language, libraries or frameworks you prefer.
All projects must be uploaded via Devpost - https://goo.gl/aUww48