Participants must have a permanent Nordic residency, the Hackathon is for Nordic Citizens and those
who live in the Nordic region, including students at Nordic Universities, those are the only ones eligible
You can bring ready wire frames, design and user flows. All code must be fresh and made during the
Winning teams can be subject to a code-review at some point following the event or immediately
OWNERSHIP AND IP
Ownership and IP You own what you create, simple as that
Teams of 2-5 participants are allowed
You will have to demo your solution, if you have more than screenshot and a fancy presentation it is
CODE OF CONDUCT
Be cool, nice and friendly.
Nordic Impact, Can this solution have a real and valuable impact to Nordic citizens and ecosystem?
Progress, How have the team progress during the Hackathon, is there a prototype or something tangible?
UI/UX, Is the end to end user experience good enough?
Creativity, Is this solutions creative enough?
Scalability, Is this solution a local or a global solution, what is the growth potential?
Based on the number of project a preliminary qualification round of peer to peer judging might be added as an additional step on the Judging deliberation.
Participants will be notified via Taikai platform and Slack if that is going to be the case.