WebGeek DevCup: A 6-hour web app development challenge in the Philippines
August 1, 2012 by Stephanie SUTANTO
If you are a developer and you think that you have the right skills, the perfect solution, and the creativity to tackle this six hour web app development challenge, then the WebGeek DevCup is the perfect chance for you to show what you’ve got.
Organized by WebGeek Philippines (WebGeekPH), a community for Filipino geeks, developers and designers, the competition will be held on Saturday, 25th August 2012 at the Meralco MultiPurpose Hall, Meralco Compound, Ortigas Center. Participants can register individually, or up to a maximum of three as a team. During this challenge, participants will be given six hours to conceptualize, develop, and create a web application that will be aligned with the given theme.
Subsequently, participants will present their finished web application to the panel of judges, including Bryan Bibat, winner of WebGeek Developers Challenge and Ruby Rumble 2011, and Miguel Paraz, co-founder of IPhil Communications. The web apps will be evaluated according to its technical complexity, user experience, social relevance, and originality. At the end of the day, the winners of this competition will be announced and an attractive set of prizes awaits the most innovative and most creative ones!
You might also want to know that SGE readers can enjoy a 25% discount off regular prices using the Discount Code: SGE when checking out.
Date: Saturday, 25th August 2012
Venue: Meralco Multi Purpose Hall, Meralco Compound, Ortigas Center, Pasig City (Philippines) (map)
Promotion: PHP187.50 (USD$4.50) per registered participant with discount code SGE
Regular: PHP250 (USD$6) per registered participant
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About The Author
Stephanie SUTANTO - Resident Contributing Writer
Stephanie is currently pursuing her undergraduate studies in the University of California, Los Angeles. She hopes to learn more about startups both in Los Angeles and in Southeast Asia, possibly starting one of her own in future. And yes, she prefers sashimi to chocolates and flowers any day. You can find her on LinkedIn and Twitter.Read other posts by Stephanie SUTANTO