Women of Stratpoint proclaimed Grand Champion at the 2nd DevelopHer

Woman of Stratpoint
We are super proud of our Stratpoint team – Cla, Tin, Axl, Zoe, and Sarah, who was declared as the Grand Champion at Accenture’s 2-day all-female hackathon, DevelopHer.

Competing against 16 teams of 3-5 women, these women developers were tasked to create a solution that would solve the problem statement:

“How might we use tech to help women become the best versions of themselves?”

Within 24 hours, they developed “ShePLANt”, a progressive web application that serves as a platform for women to publicly pledge new habits alongside other women for support. They used ReactJS for the front-end development and Ruby on Rails for the back-end. Sarah and Tin worked together on the backend. Axl and Zoe developed the front-end with assistance from Tin, while Cla designed the user interface of the application and provided for the assets that contributed to the overall branding of the application.

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Prototype of ShePLANt


It was the first time for most of these women to join a hackathon. During the event, they fearlessly ventured out of their comfort zones. Sarah, who is an Android Developer, learned how to code Ruby on Rails, as taught by Tin. Zoe, a QA Engineer, used Firebase for the first time for user authentication. It was also Tin and Zoe’s first time to pitch a product.


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These women competed against other teams that used different platforms such as AI, AR, and other web and mobile applications.


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Photo credits to Accenture Philippines


Stratpoint team, Charming Chix, won as the Grand Champion of the competition. Below are the other awards won during the event:

Runner-up: Team Harrier
Most Innovative Hack: Team XDN
Best Pitch: Team Hacksilog
Best Beginner Hack: Team Ikarly

Continue being wonderful examples of Women Power! You inspire us all! Congratulations!


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July 8, 2019


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