Looking for this year's event? Check out the 2015 RIT iOS App Challenge.
If you're interested in learning Objective-C or improving your existing knowledge, this is the coding competition for you. We're planning training sessions to provide you with a crash course to learn the language and Xcode. We'll have Apple engineers on-site in the evenings for office hours if you get stuck or have technical questions. This is also an awesome opportunity for you to add a project to your resume and then get your resume reviewed by an Apple recruiter. The top team will win a MacBook Air for each member of the team.
If you don't want to participate but instead just want to watch the final demos and awards ceremony, reserve a ticket.
Registration is restricted to currently enrolled (as of January 29, 2014) students of the Rochester Institute of Technology. Students from other area 4-year universities may be allowed to participate; e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
Submit a working .xcodeproj with all supporting files, zipped up, to ChallengePost with your submission before the deadline. A logo or icon representing your app is also required as part of the submission. Your app will be compiled on our computers and pre-installed on an iPad for the final awards ceremony.
$8,391 in prizes
13" MacBook Air 256GB for each team member (up to 3)
128GB iPad Air (Wi-Fi) for each team member (up to 3)
128GB iPad Mini with Retina display (Wi-Fi) for each team member (up to 3)
Submitting to this hackathon could earn you:
How to enter
Click the link to register here then watch your e-mail for updates. If you don't want to participate but instead just want to watch the final demos and awards ceremony, reserve a ticket.
iOS App Challenge Judges
Originality of idea
Technically challenging implementation
Final demo and presentation