The Official Hackathon of the 2018 DocuSign Momentum Conference
Please join our Slack using this link!
At the 2018 DocuSign Hackathon in San Francisco, developers will be creating ground-breaking eSignature implementations and competing for a number of prizes, all of which include cash!
We'll have mentors onsite from DocuSign, Salesforce and Google to help you with your projects!
DocuSign: Get Started
- Developer Center home page: https://developers.docusign.com/
- GitHub: https://github.com/docusign/
- Getting started: https://developers.docusign.com/esign-rest-api/guides
Google: Get Started
Get started with Google Cloud Platform here: https://cloud.google.com/getting-started/
Sign up for a Free Trial (New users receive $300 USD in credit!): https://cloud.google.com/free/
Prepare for hacking with hundreds of Google Codelabs to learn from: https://codelabs.developers.google.com/?cat=Cloud
Find client libraries, code examples, and more on GitHub: https://github.com/GoogleCloudPlatform
Any Questions? Feel free to email the Google team at <DOCUfirstname.lastname@example.org> or message us on slack #ask-google! and we’ll see you in person on Saturday June 9th!
Anyone who complies with our rules is welcome to hack!
Submissions open at 10 AM on Saturday, June 9th. Submissions close at 12 PM on Sunday, June 10th.
Please include a description of your location in your submission (room, desk,etc).
Please include a link to a Git repository containing your project. You must clearly disclose which code you wrote yourself within the timeframe of the hackathon and let the judges know about any libraries or API's you used.
How to enter
To compete, you must register through this form !
SVP, Engineering, DocuSign
VP, Developer Programs and Evangelism, DocuSign
Director of IT Programs, City Year
Director, Developer Evangelism, DocuSign
VP, Product Management, Salesforce
Strategic Technology Partnerships, Google
Melissa Frank Huff
Sr. Director, Program Management, DocuSign
Sr. Director, Engineering, DocuSign
Is the project finished? We will only judge completed code.
How well does the project express the core ideals of the challenge? Is it an impressive work given the time permitted?
Does the project actually use DocuSign and sponsor software in a novel way? Or, instead, does it just copy something that has already been done many times before?
Does the project include appropriate style & branding? How would you evaluate the overall user experience?
Does hack fix a customer problem or is it a “nice to have”?