Beginner’s checkout before participating in a Hackathon!

Things I’ve covered in this blog🧐:

  • When you are ready for a hackathon?
  • How can you win a hackathon?
  • What else you should know Apart from coding?
  • Benefits of Hackathon?
  • Tips!

Let’s go!🚀

  • Idea — you must have something unique and creative with your project.
  • Implementation — If your project has some real-life use or if it can be implemented in the future.
  • UI/UX — yes, the UI should be as good as the Idea of your project.
  • Tech stack — sometimes the tech stack you are using in your project can impress the judges. 😉
  • You’ll work in a team.
  • Most importantly, You’ll earn some good friends and grow in the community.
  • Showcase your project to a Mentor before submission.

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Full snack developer. Maker of things on the web. Part time nerd.

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