DevCup 2013 Highlights August 17-18, 2013 at Meralco Multi-Purpose Hall



WebGeek DevCup 2013 Highlights

Marte Soliza and Mark Steve Samson entry named OverDrive was on real-time collaborative programming via SublimeText using Google Docs using "headless" browsers and Ghost.py script. For their efforts, they went home with a cash prize of P50,000 and a sack load of goodies and schwags from the sponsors. Second place went to ProudCloud’s Team SBK that included Adrian Peterson Co, Jaemar Joseph Ramos, and Jaune Sarmiento. They created a web app named Mango.js which integrated feature software testing (Selenium) with a project management tool (Pivotal Tracker). Third place went to Team Think Sumo's Fasci-Nation app that featured a social media aggregator and mosaic/timeline generator for significant and inspirational Philippine events. Team was composed of Rupert Cabrera, Paolo Santos and Karlo Banzuela. (Read more...)

Theme: Development
App Gallery: http://www.hackathon.io/devcup/a>
Event Stats: 62 Teams, 48 Apps
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DevCup 2013

DevCup 2013 Winners

First Place
OverDrive - Real-time collaborative programming via SublimeText using Google Docs (by: Marte Soliza and Mark Steve Samson)
Second Place
Mango.js -Integrated Project Management with Software Testing (by: Adrian Peterson Co, Jaemar Joseph Ramos, and Jaune Sarmiento)
Third Place
Fasci-Nation - Social media aggregator and mosaic/timeline generator (by: Rupert Cabrera, Paolo Santos and Karlo Banzuela)
Special Award (The Jason Torres Award): KidStarter Crowdsourcing platform that helps pay for school fees of needy and gifted students (College freshmen Jaime Gabriel Young, Bryan Perry Giger and Kenley Tan) Were praised by the judges for using “cutting edge technology” (Meteor, Nitrous.io).

DevCup 2013 Judges

  • Jason Torres of Proudcloud
  • Nick Doucette - Bright
  • Radamanthus Batnag of Engine Yard
  • Jofell Gallardo of Jump Digital
  • Ron Hose of Coins.ph

DevCup 2013 Sponsors & Partners

This event is made possible for you by some awesome sponsors and partners. We couldn’t do it would them: