Join the largest challenge-driven virtual hackathon, co-located with DeveloperWeek 2022!


Join the largest challenge-driven virtual hackathon, co-located with DeveloperWeek 2022! Our hackathons regularly attract over 600+ participants, and we are inviting the international developer community to converge online this year for the DeveloperWeek 2022 Hackathon!


January 24 - February 3, 2022

 1. Register via Eventbrite.

2. Create a DevPost account and click Register on the DevPost DeveloperWeek 2022 Hackathon page.

3. DeveloperWeek 2022 Hackathon Kicks off January 24, 2022!

 Check out the full DeveloperWeek 2022 Hackathon schedule!

4. Review Hackathon Instruction here!

* All Hackathon Attendees must be pre-registered on Eventbrite & DevPost.

Hackathon Sponsors


$12,500 in prizes


1st Place Prize: - (2) Amazon Echos (Up to 5) - DevNetwork Premium All-Access Passes to all 2022- virtual conferences - Announcement in our email to 60,000 subscribers listing your team and project.

Devpost Achievements

Submitting to this hackathon could earn you:


View the Full Set of Instructions here!

  • Registration - Must register via Eventbrite & Devpost prior to Hackathon.
  • This is a 100% virtual hackathon. Teams will be formed on - DeveloperWeek 2021 Hackathon. From Devpost participants can message each other to form teams, participate in chat boards, and communicate with sponsors.
  • Teams can build apps from scratch (Mobile App / Consumer Web App / Business Web App).
  • Teams can solve no challenges (build whatever you want) or can submit to as many challenges as they want.
  • There will be 2 rounds of judging. During Round One, judges will review all team projects and fill out a scoring sheet on each to determine the Overall Winner. Round Two is the Sponsor Round. Each sponsor will judge the teams working on their Challenge and determine a winner. The sponsors will choose their own prizes and choose their own prize winners.
  • Round one judging will be based on 1) How much progress you make 2) Concept – does it solve a real problem? and 3) Feasibility – could this become a startup or company.



Geoffrey Domoracki

Geoffrey Domoracki
Founder, DevNetwork

Judging Criteria

  • Progress
    How much progress did you make?
  • Concept
    Does it solve a real problem?
  • Feasibility
    Could this become a startup or company?

Questions? Email the hackathon manager

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