iOS DevCamp 2012 Awards

Thank you to everyone who attended and supported iOSDevCamp 2012. We received 71 Hackathon submissions of which 56 were presented in the Hackathon Show. Of the presenting groups 24 teams made their source code available, the most ever for an iOSDevCamp. We also want to give a big shout out to those behind-the-scenes mentors who spent hours helping those in need throughout the weekend.

And the award goes to…

Special Categories


Best Open Source
Sponsored by Chaotic Moon (iOSDevCamp Co-Founders)
FilterKit
Alexa Andrzejewski, Justin Zhang, Matt Jarjoura, Mohammed Jisrawi,
Scott Tran

 


Best Developer Tool
IntentKit
Zac Bowling, Jonathan Dalrymple, Matthieu Lucas, Doug Mason,
Paul Mendros

 


Best Web App                        

JoyRide

Mark Stuart

 


Best Educational App
Taekwondo Kix

Angie Wang, Maggie Wang, Jingwen Wang

 


Best Hardware

MegaJam

Dave Shanley, Alex Belliotti, Tyler Powers, Robert Corelett,
Kevin Steigerwald, Kris Pethtel

 


Most Promising
Seuss Programmer
Cory Kilger, Mac Alnakari, Renu Punjabi, Joe Peter

 


Best Storyboard
Topple
Neha Jamthe, Zeal Jain, Saanvi Jain, Twisha Jai

 


Most Enlightened                 

Lib Meditation

Sophie Luu, Alexander Gaber

 


Coolest
DubSteppr
Scott Eklund, Josh Kennedy, Nida Zada

 


Warmest
Wake Up Happy
Katelyn Mann, Scotty Allen

 


Cuddliest
Puffin’ Puppets

Matt Stanton, Vijay Selvaraj

 


Most Creepy
AreWeGood
Adam Levy, Steven Moody

 


Most Useless
QRSSTV

Paul Blair, Xander Collins

 


Sacrifice to Demo Gods
Chicken Dance
Stacie Hibino, Anna Billstrom

 

Sponsored Categories


Best New Developer
Sponsored by Millennial Media
Bombs Away
Hugh Zhang, Henry Zhang, Genie Tu, Minnie Tu, Timothea Wang

 


Best Woman Entrepreneur
Sponsored by eBay Women in Technology 
FoodFast
Krithika Yetchina, Andrew Stone, Eli Stone

 


Best Commerce App
Sponsored by X.Commerce
TruckWiser
Nadya Gitkina, Nachiketas Ramanujam, Andrey Tabachnik

 


Best Potential for Healthcare
Sponsored by Kaiser Permanente    
SLIDEDASH

Sivaji Adurthy, Fang Chen, Vince Gutierrez, Mathias Hansen,
Sachin Kharady, Andres Le Roux, Dave Liu, Pablo Seuc-Rocher,
Erica Yamada

 


Best Game

Sponsored by Disney Mobile
Tank or Die 2
Brad Smith

 


Best Use of Singly API
Sponsored by Singly
1search.me

Leslie Wu



Best Use of Box API
Sponsored by Box                   
Eventry
Navjot Singh, Travis O’Dell, Ryan Spencer

 


Most Magical Interaction
Sponsored by Bump
Magic 8 Ball

Greg Gerber, Nick Lum

 


Best App from a Satellite Location

Sponsored by Push.io
Civ Orbis
Nelson Ferraz, Kris Markel, Robert Shepherd, Thomas Adelaar

 


Best Reading App

Sponsored by Beeline (Award-winning alum)          

Dox on Box Reader

Daniel DeCovnick, Arshad Tayyeb

 


Best Search App
Sponsored by Blekko
iOSDevCompanion

Michael Hourigan

 


Best Data Visualization
Sponsored by Mousebird Consulting (Award-winning alum)
Now and Venn
Rolf Rando, Jeff Jouppi

 

If you are a winner and have a correction, please submit your update to Christopher Allen (@ChristopherA). Feel free to send us project website links and stories about your weekend!

In addition to the sponsored awards we would like to thank Chaotic Moon, Infinite Canvas, 24k Logos, Gelaskins, Seagate, Fournova, SkyDrive for providing additional prizes and support.


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