Include your code (the submission form supports markdown) and explain what it does. Bonus points for screencasts & live demos.
The top winner will receive a 1 year GitHub Micro subscription and we'll award $50 ThinkGeek giftcards to the top 4 runners up.
Anyone 13 years of age or older can participate.
- No teams - this is a solo competition
- 80 characters per line max, including spaces
- Use any previously existing & public API or libraries, but don't create one just to downsize your code, (you only have 20*80 characters total!)
- no malicious code — pls don't hack the gibson
How to enter
- Click “Register” to sign up.
- Enter your submission by providing:
- A description of how your hack works
- At least one image of your code's output, if you have one, or something else (for the site gallery)
- relevant tech & api tags (don't forget to add #20lines!)
- (Optional) a link to a demo on codepen.io, jsfiddle.net, or another site
Head of Engineering, ChallengePost
Does it work?
Does your hack run as advertised and without errors for all our judges?
Is your hack just lipstick on an API, or did you create something really novel?
Ultimately, there's a million ways to make x=y, does yours exemplify the craft of coding?