Often the common issue we face in making choices is the multitude of possibilities. We aim to solve that problem by simplifying that process to an easy "Yea" or "Nay."
What it does
Our application connects users to allow for survey-style questions to be exchange effortlessly across any distance.
How I built it
Yea | Nay was built using Microsoft's Visual Basic in Visual Studio 2015. Our backend is built on Microsoft Azure.
Challenges I ran into
Initially, we wanted to build a interoperable app for Android, but ran out of time.
Accomplishments that I'm proud of
The application works reliably across the Windows family, and does what we set out to accomplish perfectly. At no time did we get sidetracked with the implementation of useless features, and finished early as a result.
What I learned
As a team, we learned how to develop applications in a team. This is the first hackathon for every one of our members, but we were able to overcome the experience gap to produce a fully-functioning application
What's next for Yea or Nay
Adding additional platform support and the ability to define multiple spheres of friends.