Code for the Kingdom is a weekend hackathon and ongoing ecosystem where global issues are tackled from a Christian perspective. It's a movement that ignites the Christian passion and purpose within technologists and entrepreneurs to innovate culture shaping technologies that will reclaim our times for the Gospel.
This second Global Code for the Kingdom hackahton builds upon the success of the 2015 Global hackathon and previous regional hackathons, which have already gathered over 3500 technologists to create over 330 projects to do good. This largest ever global faith-inspired tech collaboration will continue to activate technologists and other creative people to give their skills and some time as their contribution to the mission field, and it will also leverage the skills and in- sights of entrepreneurs, designers, and technologists to foster an entrepreneurial culture with Christian values. We expect over 1,000 innovators to participate and address a number of challenges aimed at helping release the oppressed, teaching God’s Word, healing the sick, feeding the hungry, clothing the naked, and supporting the church and the body of Christ.
Anyone regardless of faith or religous background is welcome to participate! Team size will not be mandated so any size team is welcome.
All Project ideas are welcome. Global Hackathon Challenges will be presented so projects to solve these Challenges are encouraged but not required.
All projects must be submitted to Devpost before final judging.
Seattle - Best Existing Code
Seattle - Best New Code
Dallas - Best New Code
Dallas - People's Choice
London - Discipleship & Evangelism
Warsaw - Recognized project
Submitting to this hackathon could earn you:
How to enter
To register to attend you will need to utilize the registraitons from each city's website.
Global judges will be listed on the C4TK Website
Local judges to be introduced on site at each location
Does this solution have kingdom impact? Does it advance God’s purposes as communicated in the Bible?
How viable is this in the real world? Is this solution implementable? How hard would it be to scale?
Innovation / Originality
Is this an original or unique approach? Has the team done something different in how they have addressed the challenge?
Is the project still conceptual, or has it been more fully developed? Is there a working prototype?