Applications Hackathon – $25,000 in awards to celebrate DocuSign’s new San Francisco Office
Come and join e-signature company DocuSign for an applications Hackathon event May 14th and 15th, 2011 celebrating the opening of their new San Francisco office! The Hackathon will lead up to the DocuSign Summit, with two days of workshops and sessions on May 16 and 17. Participants will compete for 35 non-stop hours; with a chance to win four cash prizes totaling $25,000 USD.
DocuSign Chief Technology Officer Grant Peterson said he’s looking forward to innovative applications due to the hackathon. “Developers can go way beyond just sending a document for a signature and enable applications to completely control the end-to-end document process,” Peterson said.
The DocuSign API provides interfaces that enable developers to create standalone applications or integrations allowing external applications to send documents for signature, generate custom forms to collect data, report on the status of transactions, and embed the DocuSign signing process directly into other applications, both cloud and software based.
DocuSign Hackathon prizes:
- Most Innovative App – $10,000 USD Grand Prize
- Best Consumer App – $5,000 USD Prize
- Best Enterprise App sponsored by Box.net – $5,000 USD Prize
- Best Mobile App – $5,000 USD Prize
More Event Info: Register
Date/Time: 9 a.m. PDT on Saturday, May 14, until 8 p.m. PDT on Sunday, May 15, 2011
DocuSign’s Bay Area offices: 111 Sutter Street, 10th Floor in downtown San Francisco
Co-Sponsors: Twilio API and Box.net
Additional Sponsors: Other sponsors include HTC and Clearwire. ProgrammableWeb is a media sponsor.
Additional Information: DocuSign Blog
To be part of the hackathon, register at DocuSign today!