All projects submitted for judging must be created at Hack-a-Pipeline, and not prior to the event.
Each team will be provided 5 minute to present their end results during the demo portion of Hack-a-Pipeline event. These presentation demos are in front of the judges and the community.
Hack-a-Pipeline demos will be judged on creativity, user experience, collaboration, pitch, and wow factor. No one of these categories will have more weight than another.
There will be a panel of four judges. Each judge will rate the team presentation of the project with a 1 through 4 for each of the categories: creativity, user experience, collaboration, pitch, and wow factor.
The total score of each team will be tallied up and the judges will decide which team takes first, second and third prize.
The Tech Community Prize is determined by the community votes at Demo Day.