In many parts of the world this is a time when families gather, celebrate, and eat pie. So what better time would there be to whip up some technology using a Raspberry Pi and the Nexmo API?

Here's the recipie for success:

  • Take one Raspberry Pi
  • Mix in some of Nexmo's Communication APIs
  • Season with extra technology to taste.

Warning: If you actually bake your pi, that's on you.

Once 'baked' tell us what you've cooked up, why it's so incredably tasty, and send us a way to enjoy it ourselves. That could be the code itself, a link (if it can be tasted - sorry, tested - that way), or a video it in action. Here's what we'll be looking for.

Nexmo Docs & Resources:

 

What can you win?

$500 Amazon Gift Card

The Ultimate Raspi Hackers Kit

Hackathon Sponsors

Prizes

$500 Amazon Gift Voucher and The Ultimate Raspberry Pi Hacking Kit

All the awesome RasPi HATs, accessories, and complementary hackables you need to be the continual envy of your friends and fellow hackers.

Devpost Achievements

Submitting to this hackathon could earn you:

Eligibility

  • This contest is open only to legal residents of the United States and other locations where this contest is not prohibited or restricted by law,

  • age eighteen (18) or over,

  • excluding employees of Company and members of their immediate families, and

  • excluding entities (and their personnel and consultants) that provide services competitive with any of Company or its services.

Requirements

  • Wholly original, and created during the contest.

  • Use Nexmo's APIs as authorized in the applicable documentation and the terms and conditions located at www.nexmo.com/terms-use.

  • Provided Nexmo access to test the submission. 

How to enter

  • Register on Devpost
  • Check the Documentation
  • Create something that uses Nexmo's API and a Raspberry Pi.
  • Submit what you've built, a way to test it, or a video demo of it, through Devpost before 11:45 PM on December 23rd (GMT)

Judges

Sam Machin

Sam Machin
Developer Advocate, Nexmo

Judging Criteria

  • Use of Nexmo
    How well does the integration uses Nexmo's APIs? We want that use to be core to the integration.
  • Use of Raspberry Pi
    Does it do more than just use the Pi as a computer? Does it leverage its size, hardware extensibility, or other features unique to the Pi?
  • Overall Quality
    How seamless is the functionality? Are others inspired to build something?

Questions? Email the hackathon manager

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