Leading Structural Analysis and Design software SkyCiv, will be holding a Structural Engineering hackathon from October 6 - 9th 2021. The event is a free online event where structural engineers can connect as a community, learn new skills, and challenge themselves to develop smart industry solutions.
It's an opportunity for those passionate about programming and structural engineering, to harness and showcase their skills!
Once registered, participants will be invited to daily workshops and meetings with the SkyCiv expert team to support you in developing ideas and building prototypes within days.
The event gives users an opportunity to rapidly build concepts that they or their company have been considering developing on SkyCiv tech. Users may choose to build a solution using the SkyCiv API, or build a Structural 3D Add-in.
Caption: The SkyCiv Bill of Materials App is an example of a SkyCiv Add-on
With the support of the SkyCiv team, you can be sure that expert help will be at your disposal around the clock. This also gives users a chance to request new features for the API (which might even be implemented during the event).
This is a fantastic opportunity for users to upskill their inner developer and broaden their Structural Engineering skills. It also gives users the chance for their solution to be showcased to over 80,000 SkyCiv users and the extensive SkyCiv social media network.
API stands for Application Programming Interface. It is a common tool used in many industries which allows the user to access the software's services without going through the browser (or any user-interface). This becomes very handy if you are creating your own software but would rather outsource some tasks to save you writing code that someone else has spent years writing.
The SkyCiv API allows you to do almost anything you can do when using the platform - including creating, solving and designing detailed structural models.
The SkyCiv Hackathon is sure to be an incredible event, showing of the creativity and skills of industry experts.
Click here to register:
Solutions will be (optionally) judged by the SkyCiv team on the final day and based on the following criteria:
The winner will take home their choice of AUD$1000 or 1 year free subscription to the SkyCiv API (up to 5,000 credits).
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