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The contest was conducted on July-August 2020.
Image credit: Shanmugavel V
The contest was announced as part of a webinar. 75 students attended the talk. 6 teams signed up for the contest.
Arun Bharath Gomathinayagam – Engineering Manager, The NewYork Times, New York
Rajendran Thirupugalsamy – Senior Software Engineer, Google, Seattle
Sridharan Venkataramanan – Senior Software Engineer, Microsoft, Seattle
Judges are very impressed with the submissions and we decided to increase the total prize money from ₹10K to ₹21K.
Thank you Sridharan Venkataramanan for sponsoring the contest.
Solving the original challenge (finding 10 longest words) → 25% Design, Coding style → 35% Going above and beyond (additional features, hosting in heroku, etc) → 30% Documentation, Demos → 10%
First Prize: Two Teams – ₹7000 each
Github link for modularised python code: https://github.com/naveeen684/Venmurasu-Final
Github link for Django app: https://github.com/naveeen684/Venmurasu_django
Deployed app: https://venmurasu.herokuapp.com/
Aishwarya B @Aishwaryabalasundaram
Demo Video: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1BPVbWUeDfv3HXA01LBf3-VNx6g3MBD5l/view?usp=sharing
Second Prize: ₹4000
Gokul Kumar B @gokul-bhoomi
Kevin Paul @kevinpaul00
Hosted app: https://venmurasu-webscrape.herokuapp.com/
Webapp code: https://github.com/gokul-bhoomi/venmurasu-webapp
Third Prize: Three teams – ₹1000 each
Aaron Joshua @arhonJoshuaa
Harish KS @harish-k-s
Hariharan K @HariharanK16
Congratulations to all the winners!!