[D]evel-up DSC UBC x DYNE UBC

The University of British Columbia
Nov 13 - 14, 2020, 6:00 PM (PST)

About this event

Have you ever wondered what it’s like working for a startup? Have you been looking to gain practical skills and broaden your technical understanding? Join us on November 13th at [D]evel-UP and get firsthand experience in the tech world as you participate in our 24 hour codeathon??. Use your skills to solve real life startup challenges and put yourself to the test.

Not too experienced in coding? We got you. Get the opportunity to attend workshops led by the founders of Dyne and DSC to guide you through the fundamentals of web and back-end development as well as UI/UX designing. There’s no better place to learn and grow💡

Come and make an impact where your creativity and problem solving skills are essential in unravelling some of the biggest startup challenges🏆. Best of all? The event is FREE and open to any UBC student in any faculty.

🚨 How Does It Work

Whether you’re a tech savvy coder, a business student with an entrepreneurial mindset, a graphic designer or a tech enthusiast, we encourage you to join us and come up with creative solutions⚙️

All you have to do is form a team of 3-4 people and sign up here

Don’t have a team? No worries, we will match you up with other coders after the sign-up deadline has passed. Fill in the form here

❗️Sign-up Deadline: 11th November 2020, 11:59pm PST

🗓 Event Date: 13th November 2020

🕘 Event Time: 6:00pm PST

📍Where: Zoom and Discord

💰 Cost: FREE

🚨 Streams

1. UI/UX

The first step to starting with any app is prototyping. This is where the overall features are finalized along with an emphasis on design. User Interface in an App is one of the most critical aspects of the success of an app. Here you will think from a user’s perspective and come up with visual prototypes/ representation of the prompts that you choose.

2. Software Development

The 2nd step for any Tech App startup is to push forward in the actual development of the features of the app along with debugging and deployment. Here you will be working on the provided prompts. This is where we challenge your coding skills and knowledge of the front end and backend development.

3. Website Development

Everything can’t be put into an app! There are a lot of aspects that need to be presented in other forms. Be it an external portal for analytics or quick information, a website is always useful. Here you will be working on a website/web app based on the prompt you choose. We would definitely be challenging your web development along with front end skills.

🚨 Workshops

Workshop 1: Web Development

Workshop 2: Entrepreneurship

Workshop 3: Back-end development

Workshop 4: UI/UX Design



Organizers

  • Gagan Bhatia

    Gagan Bhatia

    UBC

    DSC Lead

    View Profile
  • Sarah Sadh

    Sarah Sadh

    Media Director

    View Profile
  • Michelle Kim

    Michelle Kim

    Logistics Lead

    View Profile
  • Serena Shen

    Serena Shen

    Logistics Lead

    View Profile