The grand prize winning team per category will receive $2000 USD and exclusive SWAG.
The second place team per category will receive $1000 USD and exclusive SWAG.
Teams that come in third, fourth, or fifth per category will receive gift cards and exclusive SWAG. More details can be found on the event devpost page.
About the Event
We are very excited to announce our first ever hackathon!
What is up developer humans! We at Auth0 are extremely excited to let you know that we are going to be hosting our first Hackathon, and it’s gonna be a doozie! We have some amazing individuals who have partnered with us as judges. These partners come from many awesome companies such as Vercel, Gatsby, Microsoft, DigitalOcean, Ionic, MongoDB, Hasura, and AWS.
Also, while not required, submissions that use Auth0 or any of the partner's technologies can potentially receive a higher score than those that do not.
We can't wait to see what you'll create!
Addressing the after-effects of COVID-19
A solution that focuses on how life is today and how it might potentially be different moving forward. For example, a solution that addresses effects to the environment, travel, small businesses, and company culture since COVID-19.
A solution that helps application developers create secure connections. For example, abstract features away into a new SDK (that's not already publicly available) or integrating any Auth0 products with third-party integrations.
Build a solution focused on keeping remote teams/people connected. For example you could build a social app that brings employees, family members, and friends together remotely and securely.
For a detailed list of criteria on how projects will be judged, please review the rules section on devpost.
Creating your project
Make sure the code repository is publicly accessible. We prefer GitHub but if you’re using another host, make sure to list that when submitting.
Create a descriptive README that describes the project. The README should have the following sections:
How it works
Tech stack used (i.e Node, React, Auth0, Jest, etc)
How to use it (Including set up instructions/requirements, local development)
License (Your project must be licensed with a permissive license i.e MIT, Apache-2)
It should not have security vulnerabilities or violate security best practices (i.e. hard coded credentials, plain text passwords)
Submit your project to the event devpost page. You can check back to this event page for updates on winners after the event has finished.
Video submissions, screenshots are highly recommended!
How to participate
Register for event
Head over to devpost to create an account and/or register for the event. This is where you will submit your project and how winner payouts will be distributed.
Join our Slack
After signing up for the event, you will be sent a link to join the event slack workspace. Create or join a team of at least two members and you can use slack to communicate. If you don’t have a team or are a team looking for more individuals, go to the #avaliable slack channel page and drop a line.
Find a partner or team
In order to participate, you will need to work with at least one other individual. If you don't have anyone to team up with, post in the event slack #available channel. Or look in that channel for someone looking for a partner or additional teammate. Teams should have no more than 4 total individuals.