Microsoft Innovation Center, Lahore in collaboration with DPE organized a Windows Store hackathon in Punjab Youth Festival. We witnessed a large participation from across the country which is summed up in this graphic. 



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Statistics Summary

Apps Developed

 - Total Apps: 455

 - Code for Better Pakistan: 174, Games: 66, Innovation: 215

- Max Apps: We’ll cover statistics for max apps in a separate infographic soon

Individual Participated (20) vs. Teams Participated (95) Ratio

 - 21.05%

Teams outside Lahore (76) vs. Total Teams (115) Ratio

 - 66.08%

Actual Participated Attendees (290) vs. Total Registered Attendees (878) Ratio

 - 33.02%

Actual Teams Participated (115) vs. Total Teams Registered (419) Ratio

 - 27.44%

On-spot Registrations (22) vs. Pre Hackathon Registrations (419)

 - 5.2% teams appeared on-spot

Females (57) vs. Males (233) Ratio

 - 24.46%

Participation from Cities

 - Lahore

 - Karachi

 - Rawalpindi

 - Islamabad

 - Faisalabad

 - Gujrat

 - Muzaffar Abad (AJK)

 - Taxila

 - Quetta

 - Sargodha

 - Bahawalpur

 - Jehlum

 - Multan

 - Peshawar

Universities Participated

 - Government College University (19 Teams)

 - Lahore College for Women University (10 Teams)

 - University of Lahore (9 Teams)

 - University of Engineering & Technology (6 Teams)

 - University of Education (5 Teams)

 - COMSATS (4 Teams)

 - International Islamic University (4 Teams)

 - University of Central Punjab (4 Teams)

 - NUCES – FAST (4 Teams)

 - Federal Urdu University (3 Teams)

 - Forman Christian College (3 Teams)

 - PMAS-University of Arid Agriculture Rawalpindi (3 Teams)

 - Barani Institute of Information technology Rawalpindi (3 Teams)

 - PAK-AIMS (3 Teams)

 - Lahore University of Management Sciences (2 Teams)

 - Virtual University (2 Teams)

 - Information Technology University of the Punjab

 - Lahore Garrison University

 - Punjab University of College of Information Technology

 - National University of Modern Languages

 - Kinnaird College for Women University

 - National University of Sciences and Technology

 - Baluchistan University of Information Technology Engineering & Management Sciences

 - Islamia University Bahawalpur

 - Allama Iqbal Open University

 - University of Gujrat

- IBIT, University of the Punjab

Distances Traveled

- Karachi participants traveled farthest distance of 1230km for hackathon
- Quetta participants traveled 930km for hackathon
- Peshawar participants traveled 510km for hackathon

Most Busy Hours for Registration Desk

- 12:30 PM – 3:00 PM (1st Day, 15th March, 2014)

First App that made its way to Windows Store

- http://apps.microsoft.com/windows/en-us/app/tracktrix/4a717b79-2a04-4143-95da-bd2c567df5fb   

- Developed by Team Tracktor from Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS)

Special Thanks to our MSPs, Hafiz Faraz Mukhtar from Government College University, Faisalabad for his artwork, Muhammad Hammad and Mobin Yaqoob from University of Lahore for data verification

Download Full Size Poster: http://aka.ms/PYFHackPoster

Note: Errors and omissions excepted