TechTalk with Mr. Hood Ep#10(Kick-Off Event) by Business & Technology Academy
This episode includes detailed information on the 2nd Annual Hack-A-Thon. For more info visit: https://ift.tt/gEFP19L All Video Content Produced, written and edited by L.Hood Copyright 2022 Larry Hood All Rights Reserved
via YouTube https://youtu.be/b-ByuUnTNU8
TechTalk with Mr. Hood #10 (Kick-Off Event) by Business & Technology Academy
This video is a podcast episode of TechTalk with Mr.Hood A music producer and AP Computer Science educator. In this episode he updates students on the detail of an upcoming community hack-a-thon event.
via YouTube https://youtu.be/uvy6bjpxz2A
WHAT IS THE 2ND ANNUAL HACKATHON?
We are educators, administrators, students, hobbyists and experts that unify together to provide solutions based approach to learning STEM.
Benefits of a Community Hackathon
In a race to tackle the declining health outcomes for our community and society at large, we decided, in these tough economic times, to inspire people to use STEM to join the fight along with incentives, opportunities and +prizes for our students.
You have 19 days (Sunday April 10, 11:00AM EST - Friday April 29th, 11:59PM EST) for your team (1-4 people) to develop a your product, app or design idea and video submission. This is not meant to be a copy of someones work, but rather your own design through the facilitation of modern technology.
Develop a software solution that has its own system for health issues and/or users to increase positive outcomes with their individual health and wellness.
Start Date: Friday, April 10, 2022
End Date: Thursday April 29, 2022 11:59PM EST
Winners Announced: on Live on ZOOM Thursday, May 5th 1:30 to 3:30PM EST
All Participates must currently attend CECHS grades 6 - 12.
The more people consider for a team, the more the prize split. Your team can be up to 1-4 people. All members must register for the competition, and also specify their team name with fellow team members.
Presentation of Product
Quality of Features
Are your features meaningful and add to the overall quality of the product?
Will your solution work in places most impacted by systemic injustices? Mobile?
Does your UX Design consider a wide variety of applications.
Does your solution have comprehensive features or does it look like you just put something together?
Do you tackle multiple problems at once?
Does it actually solve a problem concerning health and wellness?
Is your code easy to understand?
Is your code efficient? Do you use an efficient algorithm?
Portability and Usability
Is your code easy to run and works on multiple systems?
Originality of Work
Is your idea novel or new?
Do you not plagiarize and properly credit others for their contribution?
Mr. L. Hood