• ACM DBIT

Mumbai Hackathon

Association for Computing Machinery is the world's largest educational and scientific

computing society ,delivering resources that advance computing and profession. ACM

Hackathon 2020 is a platform where Coders/Developers/Innovators come together to

collaborate on building tools that solve real industry problems.


Whether you've started writing your first Python code, started designing your AR app or

building up a hoverboard, ACM Hackathon is a best place to oversee your talent and bring them into action. We are geared up for those who are passionate about Problem Solving , building and Innovating . A 24hrs hackathon organized by ACM Mumbai chapters where we are trying to promote a strong programming and product building culture among students that will help them to develop Critical Thinking and Software Development skills. It is an experience to take on challenging problems and crack them down.


The event was conducted at M. H. Saboo Siddik College of Engineering on 7th march and

ended on 8th march. 26 teams participated each of 2 to 4 members. The teams were allowed to have a mixed team of members from different colleges. 1 team from dbit participated. This event is traditionally a hackathon hence the students are locked in for the whole 24 hours and they are allowed to leave only after the time is up. Rest areas were provided to the students during the event.


Dates and Deadlines:-

3rd Feb - Release of Problem statement

3rd March - Last date of abstract submission

5th March - Announcement of selected teams

7th March - Grand finale


Proud to announce that team from DBIT won ACM Hackathon for the problem statement

provided by Twin Tring, Build an android mobile app for cyclists to record, share and analyse their rides using GPS location tracking tool.


TEAM members- Soham Shinde, Nevil Dsouza, Rahul Pudurkar, Rizwan Shaikh (Students of TE Comps)


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