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114 teams from 79 Russian regions took part in the hackathon. 15 projects became winners and prize-winners.
The results of the Moscow City Hack hackathon were summed up in the capital; it was held from 11 to 14 June in an online format. 15 teams became winners and prize-winners, while 114 teams from 79 regions of Russia took part in the IT competition. This was reported by Natalia Sergunina, Deputy Mayor of Moscow.
“The hackathon participants represented almost the entire country – 79 regions of Russia. Having united in teams, they developed their own digital solutions for specific practical tasks of the capital’s departments and technology companies. 15 teams became winners and prize-winners, ”said Natalya Sergunina.
The hackathon participants worked on the tasks set by the capital Department of Information Technology, The Moscow Innovation Cluster, as well as commercial partners. Within 72 hours, IT professionals developed new digital products and services. They were then assessed on such parameters as level of elaboration of solutions, originality, efficiency and potential.
Each customer identified three best teams. 12 winners shared the prize fund of two million rubles. Three more winning teams received grants for educational products.
The total number of applications for participation in the hackathon exceeded 1.2 thousand. Organized the competition Moscow Innovation AgencySubordinate to the city Department of Entrepreneurship and Innovative Development.
“Moscow City Hack has clearly demonstrated that hackathons of the Moscow Government are a popular tool for communication of the city, big business and the IT community,” said the head
Leisure in the city
For the Information Technology Department, the hackathon participants created a convenient service for planning leisure activities in the city. Winner design can be part of the app “My Moscow”.
The team from the capital Dungeon Masters (Maxim Savchenko, Alexey Vanurin and Alexandra Lyubushkina) performed the task better than the others. She presented a service that, with the help of convenient filters, helps to search for events in the base of the section. “Poster” on mos.ru.
A feature of the service is the choice of an event for two based on their preferences. Two people mark their liked and disliked events, and the service automatically selects the most suitable options for them.
Finding people for a startup
A team from St. Petersburg Origin Dev (Andrey Nebogatikov, Valery Alyushin and Semyon Novikov) has developed a mobile application for the portal of the Moscow Innovation Cluster I. moskov… With its help, startups and entrepreneurs can select people for teams and find industry events that interest them. Based on the description of a particular project, the system automatically searches for suitable specialists. This helps make it easier to find employees with the right skills and experience.
The Moscow Peach2Win team (Mark Kuvshinov, Daria Petrova, Dmitry Din, Alexey Pyrko and Anastasia Gisina) has created a messenger with a universal chat. It can be easily integrated into any platform – a computer program, a smartphone application or a website. Also, the messenger has a browser extension, which helps to ensure the safety of users. In addition, the program has a built-in voice assistant.
Finding the best place to do business
One of the partners suggested that the hackathon participants develop a service of recommendations for the placement and local promotion of small and medium-sized businesses. The team from Krasnoyarsk DevCats (Kirill Martyuk, Viktor Zhan, Roman Malinkov, Nikita Getman and Olga Krikunova) coped with the task best of all.
The service is designed as a map of Moscow. It shows more and less favorable places for opening different types of business in different colors. Data on these sites were collected from open sources. They take into account pedestrian traffic, information about competitors, proximity to public transport stops and other parameters.
Find training options
The educational platform set the task to create a service that will determine at what stage of career development a specialist is, and calculate options for growth and learning. The best was the Team Newbies from St. Petersburg, Moscow and Novorossiysk (Maxim Lubov, Mikhail Goncharov, Artur Parkhov, Pavel Bylkov and Nikolay Bogatyrev).
The developed service helps to form a plan for acquiring new skills. The user assesses his level of knowledge and competencies and chooses a direction for training. Then the service compares its level with what is in demand on the market and recommends courses checked and approved by experts.
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