Prepare for a weekend filled with learning new technologies, pushing your limits, and making new friends.
CodeRED Artemis will feature three tracks: One General Track and two Sponsored Tracks. Teams can submit their projects to one of these tracks for a chance to win one of the great prizes for that track. Teams will also have a chance to win Side Quests (more detail below).
See our website for more information at uhcode.red
- You are allowed to enter ONE (1) submission for consideration by the judges.
- Source code via GitHub repository (preferred) or compressed .zip
- Please be prepared to demo your submission to the judges via Discord.
- Please include the following information in the description for your submission:
- Inspiration for your submission
- What your submission does
- How you built it
- Challenges that you ran into, and how you overcame them
- Accomplishments that you're proud of
- What's next for your product?
- (Optional) Anything else you want to include
$9,680 in prizes
1st Place Safety Challenge
2nd Place Safety Challenge
3rd Place Safety Challenge
Apple Air Pods
1st Place Visualization Challenge
Sennheiser Wireless headphones
2nd Place Visualization Challenge
Raspberry Pi Kit
3rd Place Visualization Challenge
Razer Pro Keyboard
1st Place General Challenge
$150 Gift Cards
2nd Place General Challenge
$70 Gift Cards
3rd Place General Challenge
$50 Gift Cards
Best UI | Side Quest
Best use of Google Cloud | Side Quest
Best use of echoAR | Side Quest
Most impactful to DE&I | Side Quest
Submitting to this hackathon could earn you:
Cloud Security Analyst | ConocoPhillips
Advisor, IT Recruiting Strategy | ConocoPhillips
Apigee API Engineer | ConocoPhillips
Product Manager | HCSS
Director of Product Management | HCSS
Technical Development Manager | HCSS
Director, Software Development | PROS
Manager, Product Development | PROS
Software Developer | CAPCO
Business Analyst | CAPCO
CEO | echoAR
Assistant Professor | University of Houston
Prof. - Mechanical Engineering | University of Houston
How accessible is the project to the general public? Are there any limitations for certain geographic/demographic?
Was the project like nothing you have seen before? Did it use a particularly clever technique? Did it use many different components in a unique way? Did the technology involved make you go "Wow"?
Is the project physically sustainable or on a path to become one to be given seed funding? Does the project have the capability to incorporate and support additional business processes?
Is the project capable of incorporating new features and new technologies? Can it add/incorporate new features based on business/user requirements.
Did the team clearly explain the problem and their solution?