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Join 10,000 developers and technologists at Codetivate unique week-long Conference and Hackathon on December 7-14, all-virtual and free. Hosted by Devtranet, the official network for developers.
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API and Microservices
AI and Machine Learning
Robotics and IoT
Founders and Startups
New Developer Technologies
Some of Codetivate 2021 Speakers
Dr. Olusola Ayoola
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A hackathon is week-end long invention marathon where people compete to build technical prototypes in a short period of time (24-36 hours). With the help of workshops and mentors you can build an app, a website, a robot—the possibilities are endless!
Codetivate is open to anyone passionate about tech!
No, it’s free, thanks to our amazing sponsors!
This year, Codetivate will run virtually and use platforms like Hopin, Discord, and Zoom. We will provide more details on how to participate as we get closer to the date.
Codetivate is beginner friendly! We have introductory workshops tailored to first-time hackers. If you want to fine tune your skills, join our community of learners on Discord.
While you have the option to work alone, if you want to submit your project you must work with at least one other person. Don’t worry if you don’t have a team—you’ll have plenty of opportunities to find one virtually! Codetivate will be hosting a variety of team formation activities, and we will also have a Discord channel dedicated to team formation leading up to and during the event.
Teams can consist of 2-4 hackers. You can form a team before the hackathon, and there will be team formation events prior to the event. We highly encourage that advanced hackers bring on beginner hackers to mentor throughout the event.
Your project will be submitted through Devpost. Your submission must include a video demo (no longer than 2 minutes) that showcases your project, a basic description of your project, and the challenge(s) for which you want your project to be considered. More details will be shared ahead.
All workshops, activities and events will be taking place virtually and livestreamed to YouTube so you can catch up with the ones you missed.
Mentoring will all be done through Discord. To request a mentor, send a message in the #ask-a-mentor channel and one will be in touch with you as soon as they are available!
Make sure to attend the Career Fair because recruiters will be there. You should also complete your profile, upload your resume, and also check the jobs portal for job postings. Once it goes live.