Good Code Hackathon 2021: Congratulations to the winners!

Best hacks for Jane Goodall Institute and the greater good

Good Code Hackathon 2021 Winners

What a hackathon this year! We received an overwhelming response to our challenges, with 875 developers signing up to participate in our second annual Good Code Hackathon. This year, we asked you to use DocuSign and Esri APIs to build an app to assist our nonprofit partner, Jane Goodall Institute, in their mission to conserve chimpanzee habitat, or build an app to assist your favorite nonprofit with their goals using DocuSign APIs. The entries we received were spectacular, but we could only choose seven winners.  

Drum roll please! And the winners are:

Jane Goodall Institute Challenge: Map and approve geospatial data for conserving chimpanzee habitat

1st Place: Collabright, created by Mehedi Hasan Masum and Tanvir Hasan

  • $15,000 USD
  • 30 min. virtual meeting with a DocuSign executive
  • Blog post featuring the app
  • Opportunity to work with Jane Goodall Institute to further develop the app

2nd Place: Chimp Auditor, created by Indra Pranesh Palanisamy

  • $7,000 USD
  • Blog post featuring the app

3rd Place: TacarEZ, created by Dan Chang, Jesse Vang, Jonathan Vang, Touger Thao, and Khumor Chang

  • $3,000 USD
  • Blog post featuring the app

Greater Good Challenge: Build an innovative web or mobile application that automates and connects agreement/e-signature processes for a non-profit of your choice

1st Place & Bonus Prize Winner for Best DocuSign Implementation: B-Signature, created by Neel Sortur

  • $10,000 USD: 1st Place Winner
  • 30 min. virtual meeting with a DocuSign executive
  • Blog post featuring the app
  • Bonus: $5,000 USD: Best DocuSign Implementation

2nd Place: DocuSign For YRDSB, created by Andy Lin, Gloria Yang, Roy Lin, and Brian Huang.

  • $7,000 USD
  • Blog post featuring the app

3rd Place: Approval Request App for UMEED, created by Khushbu Hasija.

  • $3,000 USD
  • Blog post featuring the app

Congratulations to our winners and thank you to everyone who participated in the Good Code Hackathon and learned about the Jane Goodall Institute. We appreciate your creativity, time, and energy. We look forward to your participation in next year’s DocuSign Good Code Hackathon!

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