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IAHD DEI Web Accessibility Hackathon

An innovative event that brings together expert developers worldwide to positively impact IT.

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What is IAHD DEI Web Accessibility Hackathon?

IAHD DEI Web Accessibility Hackathon is a platform for talented individuals to showcase their skills, collaborate with like-minded professionals, and create technological solutions that address real-world challenges. If you're a seasoned hacker, we invite you to join us for this exciting opportunity to learn, network, and make a difference.

During this 2-week hackathon, we challenge you to leverage your expertise in software development to build hacks that serve your community, drive innovation, and push the boundaries of what's possible in the IT industry. From addressing social issues to exploring emerging technologies, this event provides a space to think creatively and transform your ideas into reality.

As a member of our high-skilled and challenging event, you'll have the chance to connect with other exceptional developers from various regions worldwide. We aim to create a supportive environment that encourages growth, mentorship, and professional advancement by fostering collaboration and knowledge sharing.

Our commitment to inclusivity extends to providing opportunities for underrepresented and minority groups to gain exposure to the IT field. We strive to bridge the gap and empower individuals from diverse backgrounds to thrive in software development through resources, mentorship programs, and access to our extensive network.

This exclusive event is specifically designed for advanced professionals in the IT industry to come together and push the boundaries of innovation. With a focus on excellence and advanced skills, the International Association of Honored Developers Hackathon sets the stage for professionals to network, collaborate, and share insights with like-minded experts. Join us and immerse yourself in an environment dedicated to advancing technology and recognizing exceptional talent.

Join us on this exciting journey of collaboration, creativity, and impact. Together, we can shape the future of software development and make a lasting difference in IT. Thank you for being so interested in the International Association of Honored Developers Hackathon – we can't wait to see what you'll create!

Who can attend IAHD DEI Web Accessibility Hackathon?

The IAHD DEI Web Accessibility Hackathon event is curated for highly skilled, advanced working professionals with a creative mindset and a hacker spirit. This hackathon is designed to attract individuals with extensive technical expertise, including engineers, developers, and designers. Our hackathon provides a tribune for the industry's top talent to collaborate, innovate, and tackle complex challenges related to web accessibility.

How do I register for IAHD DEI Web Accessibility Hackathon? 

To participate in IAHD DEI Web Accessibility Hackathon, you must register through the TAIKAI platform, the hosting platform for the hackathon. Follow the registration guidelines on TAIKAI to complete your entry. 

Can I participate individually, or must I be part of a team? 

Participants can join as individuals or form teams. A soft recommendation for teams is to have a maximum of 4 members. 

Are there any restrictions on the project topic? 

You can always build whatever you like, but adhering to the central theme would be great.

How will the projects be judged?

The judges' decisions are final in determining the winners and award recipients. Projects will be evaluated based on code quality, efficiency, industry standards adherence, and hackathon theme alignment. 

Is the event inclusive? 

Yes, IAHD DEI Web Accessibility Hackathon celebrates diversity and inclusivity. Participants should respect and promote a welcoming environment for all. 

Can I release my project code as open source? 

Participants can release their code as open source after the hackathon. This decision is entirely voluntary. 

Who owns the intellectual property of the projects?

Participants retain ownership of their code but grant the organizers the right to showcase and promote their projects on the TAIKAI platform. 

How can I get more info about IAHD and the current hackathon?

The official IAHD website is available by the link.

Is there anything else I should keep in mind? 

Most importantly, have fun, learn, and embrace the spirit of innovation and creativity during IAHD DEI Web Accessibility Hackathon! Follow the rules to ensure a successful and enjoyable event for everyone involved. Good luck, and happy hacking!