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Novice Winner: KeyPoints
Energy & Environment: PlogIt
Novice Winner: ViRo
Health & Wellness: Harvey
Novice Winner: ErgoPose
Inequality: Women Who Win
Novice Winner: PaperPlay
Capital One (Best Financial Hack): Big Fat Charity
Contrary (Most Viable Startup): Harvey
Facebook (Best Use of API): comFi
OvioHub (Best Project Hack): OpenSpace, MedBot
Wolfram (Top 25 Teams): Chip, comFi, Company Footprint, Easy Connect, Economic Indicators' Relationship with Equity Prices, ErgoPose, Harvey, Hippocritical, KeyPoints, Lemma, LucidText, Neuron, NutriFact, Openspace, OutLook, PaperPlay, PlogIt, Rxminder, Spider, Sprout, StockAid, Vanguard, ViRo, VoteBot, Women Who Win
Go to the HackDuke: Code For Good 2018 gallery to congratulate the winners and check out all of the awesome submissions.
Even though the competition is over, you don't have to stop coding. Update your portfolio to inform your followers about new projects and get feedback from fellow hackers.
We'd like to congratulate everyone who participated in HackDuke last weekend, regardless of any prize or completion of a hack. We hope that you used the 24 hours you spent with us to think about social good, about collaboration and learning something new, and about knowing that you, too, can make a positive impact and make this world a better place.
We know that, as fun and exciting HackDuke is for some, hackathons aren’t for everyone, and that’s okay! We really want to encourage everyone to think about their future and space in tech, even if you think you don’t belong. It's not realistic for us to expect the best prototype of a hack from one weekend; projects that truly change the world take months, years to create. What you’ve all done is started a movement in thinking about impactful tech, and that’s all we ask of you.
Again, thank you all, and stay updated for news about Ideate, our design-thinking conference in the spring!
If you have any questions about the hackathon, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.