Can you build a web app in 6 hours? That’s the challenge at WebGeek DevCup, happening 25 August


This coming August, look forward to WebGeek Philippines’ six hour hackathon, also known as the WebGeek DevCup

On the 25th August, WebGeek Philippines will be organizing a six hour web app development challenge, and is calling out for developers to take part in the event: WebGeek DevCup.

The format? Participants will be given six hours to conceptualize, develop, and create a web application that will be aligned with the theme prescribed in the event. Developers can form teams up to three but proper registration to the event is required. The organizers of the event will provide the internet connection needed for the event, electrical power supply, space, food and drinks. All other equipment needed by the participants should be their own responsibility. Pre-packaged libraries, widgets, and frameworks are permitted to be used in this competition.

Event Details:

Date: 25th August 2012

Time: 11am – 11pm

Venue: Meralco Multi Purpose Hall, Meralco Compound, Ortigas Center


  • 11:00 – 113:0 Registration
  • 11:30 – 12:30 Lunch
  • 12:30 – 13:00 Opening Remarks
  • 13:00 – 19:00 Hackathon
  • 19:00 – 20:00 Dinner
  • 20:00 – 22:30 Demo
  • 22:30 – 23:00 Judging & Awarding

Ticket: Php 250


Registration Deadline: 15th August 2012

More details: WebGeek DevCup

Featured Image Credits: Girl Geek Dinners

Jacky Yap

Having spent one year abroad in Shanghai under the NUS Overseas College Programme, Jacky has an avid interest in entrepreneurship and web based startups. Jacky used to run N-House, Singapore's first entrepreneurial themed residence in NUS, and was also part of the organizing team for Startup Weekend Singapore 2012. You can reach him at jacky [at] e27 [dot] co

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  • Rhomeo Hildawa

    group of 3, pwede kaya 2 yung coder tapos 1 is sa front end?

  • John Arce

    Yup That’s okay, wanna join?

  • John Arce

    Hi there!

    Join us for another Hackathon on August 16 and 17, 2014 at Meralco, Multi-Purpose Hall. For more details about #WebGeekDevCup 2014, visit

    Be awesome,
    John Arce