The Official Hackathon of the 2017 DocuSign Momentum Conference

At the 2017 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 and Google Homes!

Visit the DocuSign Developer Center to read up on the various resources available for use at the hackathon. Also make sure to check out Google Cloud Platform as well as Google's API's for G Suite. More information about the Techbridge Hack-For-Good Challenge is available here.

We'll have mentors onsite to guide you through integrating DocuSign and Google software into your projects.

 

View full rules

Prizes

$10,250 in prizes

Best in Show

This prize will be awarded to the team that creates the best project at the hackathon. Every project will be considered.

Prize: $2,500 Cash for the team + 1 Google Home for each member

Techbridge Girls Hack-for-Good Challenge

Criteria: Build an end-to-end paperless solution for Techbridge Girls using eSignature, Mobile, Sign & Pay and DocuSign for SalesForce.
Prize: $1,500 Cash for the team + 1 Google Home for each team member.

Best Implementation of DocuSign on Mobile

Criteria: Build the best mobile app that integrates DocuSign.
Prize: $1,000 Cash for the team + 1 Google Home for each member

Best Implementation of DocuSign Sign & Pay

Criteria: Build the best project that integrates DocuSign's Sign and Pay.
Prize: $1,000 Cash for the team + 1 Google Home for each member

Google + DocuSign – Better Together

Criteria: Build the best Google Cloud Platform app that integrates DocuSign.
Prize: $1,000 Cash for the team + 1 Google Home for each member

Eligibility

Anyone who complies with our rules is welcome to hack!

Judges

Marie Huwe

Marie Huwe
VP Developer Marketing, DocuSign

Aaron Liao

Aaron Liao
Director, Developer Evangelism, DocuSign

Robin Ducot

Robin Ducot
SVP Product Engineering, DocuSign

Tom Casey

Tom Casey
SVP Engineering, DocuSign

Grant Peterson

Grant Peterson
SVP Engineering, DocuSign

Adam Massey

Adam Massey
Director, Strategic Technology Partnerships, Google Cloud

Nikole Collins-Puri

Nikole Collins-Puri
CEO, Techbridge Girls

Callista Chen

Callista Chen
Executive Director, Techbridge Girls

Judging Criteria

  • Innovative
    Is this project a new approach to and clever implementation for how a paper process can be eliminated or how DocuSign can otherwise be used?
  • Complete
    How throughly implemented is this project?
  • Technically Impressive
    Was a technically difficult problem solved? Is the solution well engineered for the chosen problem?
  • Well Designed
    Is the hack intuitive to use?