The Official Hackathon of the 2019 DocuSign Momentum Conference
Thank you to all who attended the DocuSign 2019 Momentum Hack For Forests hackathon. We were thrilled to see so many great projects submitted (28 in total!), and we hope you'll all join us again next year.
A very special thank you and congratulations to our hackathon winners below. Your prizes will be sent to you at the addresses you provided.
- Hack For Forests Winner and Best in Show, $4,500: Meet the Forests
- Better Together: Google and DocuSign and Hack for Forests Runner Up, $2500: Go Wild!
- Most Ready-To-S, $1000hop for The Wilderness Society, $1500: Viral Petition
- Most Innovative, $1000: Wildervoices
- Honorable Mention, $500: Clean Trails
- Best Opportunity to Combine Forces, Google Minis: Vocalize PSA
- Force of Nature, Google Mini: Ed Arenberg
Be sure to check out each others' projects in the submissions tab.
If you have any follow-up questions, please reach out to us via our hackathon Slack channel using THIS LINK.
Anyone who is 18 years or older and complies with our rules is welcome to hack!
Submissions open at 10 AM on Saturday, June 8th. Submissions close at 12 PM on Sunday, June 9th.
Please include a description of your location in your submission (room, desk,etc).
Please include a link to a Git repository containing your project. You must clearly disclose which code you wrote yourself within the timeframe of the hackathon and let the judges know about any libraries or APIs you used.
SVP Engineering, DocuSign
VP Developer Programs and Evangelism, DocuSign
Senior Director, Digital Strategy & IT, The Wilderness Society
Leader, Google Developer Group Cloud San Francisco
Ahmet Alp Balkan
Software Engineer, Google
Senior Director of Foundation, The Wilderness Society
Is the project finished? We will only judge completed code.
How well does the project express the core ideals of the challenge? Is it an impressive work given the time permitted?
Does the project actually use DocuSign and sponsor software in a novel way? Or, instead, does it just copy something that has already been done many times before?
Does the project include appropriate style & branding? How would you evaluate the overall user experience?
Does the project effectively solve critical needs for The Wilderness Society or fix a real-world or customer problem?