A 48-hour hackathon was held in Qatar, bringing together 30 powerful teams, 130 talented participants, and some of the brightest minds in the industry. The hackathon was a success, with teams working tirelessly to develop innovative solutions to real-world problems.
The Digital Incubation Center (DIC), at the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology(MCIT), has concluded the fourth edition of the Code Camp hackathon, which was held from September 7th to the 9th of 2023, at the Sport Accelerator in Aspire Zone, Doha. The DIC announced the victory of 5 teams that competed in five use-cases.
The hackathon was organized by the Digital Incubation Center and Ministry of Communications and Information Technology (MCIT), Qatar. It was sponsored by Milaha, Snoonu, KPMG in Qatar, and Aspire Zone Foundation.
The hackathon was open to students, faculty, and professionals from all over Qatar and the region. Participants were divided into teams and given 48 hours to develop a prototype of their solution. The teams were judged by a panel of experts from the industry.
The hackathon was a great success, with teams developing innovative solutions to a variety of problems. The winning teams were awarded cash prizes and the opportunity to be part of the accelerator.
I was honored to be a mentor at the hackathon. I had the opportunity to work with some of the brightest minds in Qatar and help them develop their ideas. I am proud to say that the teams I mentored were among the winners.
I would like to thank Digital Incubation Center and Ministry of Communications and Information Technology, Qatar., and all of the sponsors for organizing such a successful event and inviting me as a Mentor. I would also like to thank the participants for their hard work and dedication.