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    HackerFlow by SurveySparrow launched: Win up to ₹1,00,000

    Published on March 3, 2021

    Kochi: SurveySparrow, the conversational experience management platform, has launched its first virtual hackathon, HackerFlow 2021. The Registration is open until the 15th of March, 2021. With a mission to encourage developers to tackle the right challenges and to come up with innovative solutions, HackerFlow by SurveySparrow is set to run completely remote.

    The contest has announced its exciting line of prizes. The Winning app stands the chance to win 1,00,000 rupees, and the second place is promised 50,000 rupees. From 5000 rupees worth Amazon vouchers to winning prestigious titles like Best Designed App, & special prizes for the Best All Women Team, the event plans to bring together coding enthusiasts from all over India.

    Submissions will be judged on the quality of implementation & the potential impact the designed app creates. Participation is accepted from individuals as well as teams of 2-8. HackerFlow is pitched at students, & professionals with a vision for innovation.

    “It is when you ask the right questions, innovations are born. Being a global experience platform, SurveySparrow is all about empowering businesses to ask their right questions. HackerFlow by SurveySparrow is not just a virtual hackathon, but an opportunity for bringing life to their craziest idea, to code up the answer for their question, and to go home with an exciting reward for their talent”, said Shihab Muhammed, Founder & CEO, SurveySparrow. 

    The participants are required to submit their project along with a 2-minute project explainer video, by March 21, 2021. Once, the Top 10 finalists are selected, they get to present their project virtually to a judging panel along with all other participants over a live stream. Winners will be announced after the final presentation, the same day by 09:00 pm.

    Participation rules, guidelines, and event details can be found here: hackerflow.io