The MongoDB World Hackathon is a 6 week long competition for the world's hackers, designers, and makers.
The MongoDB World Hackathon is a great opportunity to gain experience with new technologies and learn new skills.
Connect with other hackers around the world, find teams, and learn from each other.
To help you get up to speed with MongoDB, the GDELT database collection and other technologies, we will have regular tutorials and livestreams on a variety of topics weekly.
Register on the MongoDB Forums which will add you to the Hackathon Group. If you’re in a team, all team members must register.
Gather your best ideas and build a project using MongoDB Technology & the GDELT Dataset we provide.
Submit your projects before the end of the day on May 20th 2022. We can’t wait to take a look at your amazing ideas.
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Head over to the Hackathon Community to discuss the hackathon, ask questions, and find team members. MongoDB engineers and advocates will be available to answer your questions and help out.
Let the hacking begin!
You can start coding your projects starting on April 11th.
Weekly Office hours, AMA and Challenges on our LiveStreams (Twitch/Youtube) and via our Hackathon Group on MongoDB Forums (see detailed plan - weekly activities/assigned resources)
Prepare your final submissions. You can explain your project in writing (only a short description is required, but the more info you give us the better!) - including screenshots, links, repos and videos (3 mins)
Let there be an end to the hacking!
Submissions close at 5pm EST on May 20th.