International Flutter Hackathon

This is a past event

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Agenda -
11:00 AM - Introduction to Flutter
11:45 PM - Hands on with Flutter
12:30 AM - Team Formation
01:00 AM - Kickoff
1:00AM - 4.00 PM : Coding
01:30 PM - Lunch
03:30 PM - Upload code and videos
04:00 PM - Coding Presentations and Voting
04:30 PM - Closing remarks

Things you will need -
Laptop, charger and desire to learn :)

FAQs -

1. What is it?

The first-ever international hackathon organized by the global Flutter Community. Participants will join teams of 2-5 people at over 2 dozen hubs around the world. Each team will be asked to build an app in Flutter from a list of themes that will be announced the day of the event. At the end, all participants will vote on their favorite projects and the winners will receive prizes and of course, bragging rights.

2. Why do I have to join a team?
We want to encourage you to collaborate with your fellow developers so that you can learn from each other, as well as build relationships for the future!

3. How do I join or organize a team?
If you already have participants you would like to team up with, the organizers will do their best to honor that.
Else Teams will be organized by the organizers on the day of the event.

4. How will I know what to build?
You will be able to build any app you want from a set of themes that we will announce on the day of the hackathon. You are especially encouraged to build an app that works on mobile as well as web. Stay tuned for the announcements at Google I/O 2019!

5. When are the projects due?
Your last commit must be by 3:30 PM. Then, you will be asked to submit a screenshot/video and brief description of your app for voting.

6. Where should I put my code?
Your code should be committed to a public repository such as Github, Gitlab, or Bitbucket so that fellow developers can appreciate and learn from your work!

7. How does voting work?
The organizer will register each teams’ results by the end of the day Saturday. The following day (Sunday), you will receive a link by email to an online voting system where you will vote on your favorite projects. The top 3 projects globally will win!

8. Who can vote?
Voting will be limited to participants of the hackathon.

9. How should projects be assessed?
We will provide you with more detailed voting criteria closers to the event.

10. What are the prizes?
All participants will receive Flutter swag courtesy of Google. The top 3 winners will also receive a custom trophy and a mention on Official Hackathon Website.

Social Media -
You can use the hashtag #Hack19 and #Flutter in your social posts. Make sure to sometimes mention @FlutterComm and/or @FlutterDev. If you do, we’ll re-tweet it to our followers. If you could do the same for each other, we’d appreciate it. Remember: This is our event. Let’s make this great together!

Code of Conduct -
1. Be excellent to each other.
2. Speak up if you see or hear something.

We have a ZERO-TOLERANCE POLICY for harassment of any kind
Including but not limited to:

Deliberate intimidation
Harassing photography or recording
Sustained disruption of talks or other events
Offensive verbal language
Verbal language that reinforces social structures of domination
Sexual imagery and language in public spaces
Inappropriate physical contact
Unwelcome sexual or physical attention

Participants asked to stop any harassing behavior are expected to comply immediately.

More updates coming soon.