Build Crazy Shit

The internal hackathon for KI Group employees organized by KI labs involving participants from the Munich & Lisbon offices. 

Motivation and Expectations
  • Opportunity to work on topics outside the usual projects.
  • Collaborate with people from other teams.
  • Learn & try out something new
  • Have Fun!
Schedule
  • Day 1 - March 19th - Tuesday

    • 08:30 Welcome & Introduction
    • 09:00 Start Hacking
    • 12:30 Lunch
    • 19:00 - Dinner
    • Hacking floor open all night
  • Day 2 - March 20th - Wednesday

    • Continue Hacking
    • 13:00 - Hack Submission Deadline
    • 13:00 - 14:00 - Lunch
    • 13:30 - 15:00 - Presentation of hacks
    • 15:30 - 18:00 - KI Meeting
    • 18:15 - 18:30 - Hackathon Results

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Prizes

Jury's Choice (2)

Non-monetary Prizes

Audience Choice

Devpost Achievements

Submitting to this hackathon could earn you:

Eligibility

All employees of KI Group are eligible to participate in the hackathon. 

Requirements

  • Hacks must be awesome, creative, and built on site at the event.
  • Your submission must include all team members and a link to the code repository. Video submissions showing a demo of your project are optional. 

Judges

Steffen Braun

Steffen Braun
CEO, KI group

Lars Brüchert

Lars Brüchert
CFO, KI group

Sascha Utzen

Sascha Utzen
COO, KI group

Philipp Mikula

Philipp Mikula
Digital Marketing Expert, KI growth

Dr. Stefan Linz

Dr. Stefan Linz
Senior Business Development Manager, Linde AG

Johann Romefort

Johann Romefort
Techstars, MD for BSH Future Home Accelerator

Judging Criteria

  • Technical Impressiveness
    * How impressive is your hack from a technical perspective? * What were the challenges you had to surmount and were they difficult given just 24 hours? * “Wow” factor is also a criteria.
  • Novelty
    * How innovative, original and unexpected is your hack? * Does it do something entirely novel, or at least take a fresh approach to an old problem?
  • Presentation / Working Prototype
    * Is your hack usable and polished? * Does everything work? * Is it well designed? * How convincing was your presentation?