TechCrunch Disrupt Berlin Hackathon 2019
Where Great Products Are Born in 24 Hours
TechCrunch has been uncovering some of the best tech creators and programmers through Disrupt Hackathons with some products seeing great success beyond the event, like GroupMe which was created overnight and ultimately acquired by Skype for $80M.
This year, we are hosting the hackathon simultaneously with the Disrupt Berlin conference and inviting hundreds of people from around the world to participate in our Hackathon to show us how they would solve various challenges through the creative production and application of technology. And true to TechCrunch form, we will have plenty of sponsored prizes, including a $5,000 grand prize for the top hack team.
$5,000 in prizes
TechCrunch Disrupt Berlin Hackathon Grand Prize
A position on our board, which will, of course, follow to a full-time job if you are interested; Techfugees: invite to the Global Summit 2020
Your challenge, should you accept it, is to use the TomTom Maps APIs (and combine it with other services) to build an innovative on-demand service.
TomTom Prize #1: Up to four (4) Nintendo Switches for the winning team.
TomTom Prize #2: Diversity Heroes Award - we are giving away a prize to the team that leverages their diversity to complete the hackathon challenge: up to five (5) Lego sets of heroes that leveraged diversity to succeed at a complex challenge.
How to enter
You must apply for a ticket to attend the hackathon here before you can register on Devpost.
EMEA AI Technical Team Lead, 3M
VP of Engineering, Clue
All kinds of roles, Tenjin
Co-Founder and CEO, Silicon Allee
Product & Software Engineering, Structbench
Anne Kjaer Riechert
Founder/ CTO, EyeEm
Olga Skipper (Steidl)
Scale of Awesome (1-5)
Judges will be focusing on creativity, cleverness, demonstration of product and that deep-down sense of “Whoaaaaaaa“