How the teams planned, prototyped, and pitched; how the judges evaluated ideas; how an unexpected idea won.
Thus, when the hackathon offered the grand prize of prioritizing and implementing the winning idea, teams across the region jumped on it.
After all, the winning idea would get precious prioritisation and resources—some other project would be de-prioritized.
An Unanticipated Winning IdeaWith such strong teams, you would think the winning idea was sophisticated and high tech.
The winning idea had a simple, low-cost plan and short timeline to test their minimum viable feature.

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