about 3 years ago

Announcing the winners

The votes are in! Go to the gallery to congratulate the winners and check out all of the excellent submissions.

Even though the competition is over, you don't have to stop hacking. Use your portfolio to keep your project up to date and get feedback from fellow hackers.


about 3 years ago

KPCB Fellows Challenge

Hello everyone,

My name is Justin and I work here at KPCB where I lead the KPCB Fellows Program. It’s been great meeting all of you! I wanted to thank you so much for participating in the KPCB Fellows Challenge and for tackling one of our #BuildforGood challenges. 

When we started the #BuildforGood initiative we wanted to tell people about something that we’ve always believed in: Using technology to make an impact in the world. We’re happy to have thrown this virtual hackathon this summer and will be having our challenges at collegiate hackathons throughout the fall (http://kpcbfellows.com/build-for-good/hackathons).

We…

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about 3 years ago

Last day to submit

Hello everyone,

Thanks so much for participating in the KPCB Fellows Challenge! We're excited to see what you come up with. This is just a reminder to submit your solutions today. Winners will be announced by September 15, 2015.

For those interested in the KPCB Fellows Program, please check out kpcbfellows.com.

To be considered for the prizes, please remember to submit your solution to devpost and to the appropriate challenge on kpcbfellows.com/challenges. Please also keep the rules in mind:

Groups

Groups may not exceed more than four team members.

Submissions

Anything you submit should be open sourced, you…

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over 3 years ago

Build for good this summer

Hey everyone!

 

Thank you for registering for Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers' (KPCB) Fellows Challenge, an online hackathon based around our Build for Good initiative inspired by our KPCB Fellows. View all of our challenges here: http://kpcbfellows.com/build-for-good/challenges.

 

Here are some of the challenges you can tackle and the non-profits your work can help benefit:

  • SamaHope: Create a way to address live donating to increase number of surgeries funded
  • Kiva: Build an application that helps Kiva donors assess impact
  • Pencils of Promise: Help improve our teacher training program
  • Medic Mobile: Design a mobile messaging hub

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