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Teams of developers and comedians will design, create, and pitch new apps and tech ideas in less than 48 hours that will hopefully be funnier than "Yelp but for people". Join us for the live event when they present their products to a panel of guest judges for awesome prizes and bragging rights.


Our 2016 Judges


For over a decade, Sibyl Edwards has created successful digital and branding campaigns for Fortune 500 companies, non-profits, NGOs and startups. She is currently Chief Creative Officer and partner of the digital agency Wetogethr. As President of DC Web Women and co-founder of Black Female Founders, Ms. Edwards advocates for women and girls in tech-related industries. @saedwards

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Hillary Scofield

Hillary Scofield is a part-time comedy writer and performer, and a full-time comedy fan. While originally from New Hampshire, she's become a staple in the DC stand-up scene, performing at the DC Improv, Arlington Cinema & Drafthouse, Black Cat Theater and as part of the inaugural 202 Comedy Festival. @hillennial



As a husband/dad/Telephone Man/Jedi by day and a stand-up comic/occasional Sith Lord by night, Haywood Turnipseed still finds time to entertain DC’s masses at comedy spots around the region. Originally from the Holy Land of Indiana, Haywood now resides in DC with his family and is a CHD DC vet. @woodyseed




Born and raised in Silver Spring, MD, Martin Amini has performed at comedy clubs and colleges across the country. Having opened for acts like Trevor Noah, Felipe Esparza and Maz Jobrani, Martin’s stand up reveals his experience of growing up with an Iranian and Bolivian background. He is also a superb Uber driver. Superb. @martinamini