See link to 2015 edition below
To register for the April 2015 SfunCube Solar Hackathon, please visit the 2015 site.
The SfunCube Solar Hackathon brings innovative programmers, hardcore designers, and brilliant business minds together for 36 hours to develop ways to accelerate solar adoption. Participants will build web-based solutions to make it easier, more efficient, and more enjoyable for people to power their lives with sunshine. At the Solar Hackathon you can:
- Meet: Get to know people with similar interests, form teams, and bring your idea to life!
- Network: Hangout with industry leaders from the solar world. You don't have to know solar to participate because we will have the industry experts there when you need them.
- Have fun: Do what you enjoy while simultaneously contributing to a positive environmental impact! Food and DJ included!
For more details about SfunCube and the Hackathon: http://sfuncube.com/hackathon/
No minimum - 5 max
You can submit at anytime prior to the deadline once the hackathon begins. Be sure to include the following:
- A team icon, image, or logo
- A 15 second video summarizing your submission
- Supporting materials: app, website etc.
- Prepare a 2 minute overview for the judges
How to enter
- Purchase $20 ticket through Eventbrite: http://sfuncube.com/hackathon/register/
- Register with ChallengePost
- Show up to SfunCube Sept 13-15 ready to be part of a team and hack away!
Location: 55 Harrison St, Suite 300, Oakland, CA 94607 (Jack London Square)
Former Chief of Staff, Department of Energy
Former Governor of Michigan
VP of Engineering, Pandora
Krys Freeman (MENTOR)
Tony Bako (MENTOR)
Sloane Morgan (MENTOR)
Oliver Jerphagnon (MENTOR)
How well does the application address the goals defined for this challenge?
How creative, innovative, interesting, and unique is the application in meeting contest requirements?
How well is the idea executed by the developer and how well is the app integrated with potential customers or systems?
Includes design, user functionality, graphics, typography, ease of use, and visual aesthetic
To what extent will the submission impact the solar industry?