The hackathon will explore cloud-native development with the Red Hat OpenShift application platform, including Java runtimes (Quarkus, Spring Boot), event-driven architectures with Apache Kafka, integration with Apache Camel, single sign-on, APIs, microservices, and more. Developers will also have the chance to build, deploy, and scale intelligent applications using Red Hat OpenShift Data Science and Intel's AI/ML technologies.
$70,000 in prizes will be distributed to the winners, including:
- Best overall: $35,000
- 2nd place: $15,000
- 3rd place: $10,000
- Runner-up 1: $5,000
- Runner-up 2: $5,000
- Start date: Tuesday, September 26, 2023
- Weekly office hours: September 26th through November 13th
- Hackathon end: Monday, November 13th, 2023
- Winners announcement: Tuesday, December 12th, 2023
What to build
Participants will create (or update) an open source application that is deployed on the OpenShift application platform (or Kubernetes community equivalent). The cloud-native applications can include a variety of use cases like AI/ML, edge, event-driven, serverless, and more. The choice is yours.
Here are two great options for getting started:
- The no-cost, hosted Developer Sandbox for Red Hat OpenShift(30 days with ability to re-register)
- Self-managed, local OpenShift download (60 days)
Judges will evaluate the submissions based on potential impact, UI/UX, code quality, innovation, and integration of Red Hat and Intel products.
Learn more and register today
Visit codeshift.devpost.com to find more information.