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AngelHack Manila 2014 PRE-EVENT slides, July 19, 2014

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  • 1. AngelHack  Manila  2014:    An  Overview   The  AngelHack  Manila  Pre-­‐Event  /  Meralco  Mul8-­‐Purpose  Hall  /  July  19,  2014   Jim  Ayson  –  AngelHack  Ambassador  
  • 2. Our  hashtag  for  today  and  for   AngelHack  Manila  in  general:   #AngelHackMNL  
  • 3. Today’s  Schedule   Time   Ac;vity   1:00   Registra8on  and  Snacks   1:30     AngelHack  Rules   2:00     CHIKKA  –  The  Chikka  SMS  API  and  the  Chikka  SMS  Challenge   2:30     VOYAGER  –  The  Pinoyhoops  API  and  the  Growth  Hack  Challenge   3:00     BLACKBERRY–  The  Blackberry-­‐Android  Challenge   3:30     10-­‐Minute  break   3:40     YOUPHORIC  –  The  Youphoric  SMS  API   4:00     OPEN  DATA  PH   4:20     NOAH  API   4:40     NOKIA  HERE   5:10     FOOD  PANDA  (Rocket  Internet)  –  How  to  Sus8an  an  Online  Startup   5:30   OPEN  FORUM  –  Q  &  A’s  
  • 4. •  AngelHack  is  “the  biggest  hackathon  in  the  world”   •  Headquartered  in  San  Francisco,  the  company  also  does  white-­‐ labeled  hackathons  for  enterprises   •  At  AngelHacks,  teams  compete  for  prizes  and  chance  to  pitch  in   Silicon  Valley.   •  For  2013:  AngelHack  Spring  2013  spanned  35  ci;es  from  Moscow  to   Manila  (Americas,  Europe,  La8n  America,  Middle  East,  Asia)  
  • 5. AngelHack  Manila  2013   •  June  8-­‐19,  2013  at  Voyager/Chikka    in  Or8gas  Center.   •  Biggest  Philippine  Hackathon:  250  Developers,  52  projects   •  Winners:  “Pagesnapp”  and  “Call  Me”  
  • 6. Hack:  250   developers,   52  projects  
  • 7. AngelHack  Davao  
  • 8. AngelHack  Davao  
  • 9. AngelHack  Davao  
  • 10. AngelHack  Davao  
  • 11. Call  Me  –  started  as  an  AngelHack  project  and  is  now  a  commercial  product  
  • 12. AngelHack  Manila  2014   •  July  26-­‐27,  2014  –  A  SPACE  MANILA,   Greenbelt,  Maka8   •  Goal:  300  Developers  –  Bigger  than  2013  
  • 13. The  Hack  Venue:     A  SPACE  MANILA,  110   Legaspi,  Legaspi  Village,   Maka8     hjp://aspacemanila.com    
  • 14. Link  up  with   Geeks  On  A   Plane  Manila  
  • 15. AngelHack  Prizes   •  To  be  announced!  Monitor  our  Facebook  pages  for   announcements!   •  Definitely:     –  Entrance  into  the  12-­‐week  Angelhack  HACKcelerator  program   (mentorship)   –  Invita8on  to  AngelHack  DEMO  Day  in  Silicon  Valley    
  • 16. Global  AngelHack  Rules  
  • 17. 1.  Fresh  Code   •  We  all  start  coding  at  the  same  1me.     •  This  is  done  to  keep  things  fair.  Please  don’t  come  in  and  build   on  top  of  previous  projects  if  you  want  to  win.  It’s  cool  to  work   on  designs  beforehand,  digital  mockups,  open  source   frameworks,  and  anything  else  available  to  everyone,  but  try   to  keep  things  within  just  limits.   •  OK:  predefined  wireframes,  mockups   •  NOT  OK:  Taking  old  code  and  finishing  it  at  the  hack  
  • 18. 2.  Code  Review   •  Winning  teams  will  be  subject  to  a  code-­‐ review  at  some  point  following  the  event  or   during  the  judging  process.  
  • 19. 3.  Ownership  and  IP   •  Teams  have  full  ownership  of  everything  they   build  at  our  events  and  are  free  to  do  with  it  as   they  wish.   •  …  but  if  you  take  in  investors  aner  the  hack   that  is  your  business.  
  • 20. 4.  Team  Size   •  Teams  of  up  to  5  humans  are  allowed.  You  can   also  add  1  cyborg,  Furby,  drone,  or  Sphero.   •  No  one-­‐man  teams!    
  • 21. 5.  Submissions   •  Each  hackathon  has  it’s  individual   hackathon.io  page,  which  projects  should  be   submiFed  on.  Submission  Gme  is  normally   1pm  Sunday  unless  stated  otherwise.   •  We  standardize  on  Hackathon.IO  for   submissions  –  check  it  out  ahead  of  8me  
  • 22. 6.  DEMO  Your  Hack   •  You  must  demo  your  hack  in  order  to  present.   No  slide-­‐decks  or  power-­‐points  will  be   allowed.  Don’t  be  scared  if  you  didn’t  finish…   it’s  okay  long  as  you  tried  your  best.   •  Our  interpreta8on:  a  Slide  showing  the  Team   name  and  logo  is  OK  –  but  don’t  do  a  demo   based  on  a  Powerpoint,  DEMO  the  actual   project!  
  • 23. 7.  Have  Fun   •  It’s  a  hackathon!  Use  whatever  languages  or   hacks  you  have  in  your  arsenal.  Show  us   hardware.  Show  us  new  concepts.  Show  us   anything  you’d  like.  
  • 24. </end>     thank  you  very  much!