First and foremost, this event will be a success if everyone has a good time. That is why we have a Code of Conduct. All attendees, sponsors, partners, volunteers, and staff at our hackathon are required to agree with it. We want a safe, fair, and fun environment for everybody.


This is an in-person event. You have to physically be at the event to participate. 

We are using a hack submission service called DevPost (That's where you are now). In order to win, you need to submit the hacks through it. It helps organizers keep track of the teams and the projects they create.

Project and Submission Requirements

When time is up, you will have a short show-and-tell and demo time (3 to 5 minutes, depending on how many projects there are). Judges also will come around during the event and you are encouraged to tell them about your projects at that time.

Prototypes/mockups for demos are OK, but working websites or mobile apps are strongly encouraged.

Judging Criteria and Winner Selection

Hacks will be judged for 

1) Creativity/Originality, 

2) Design/Presentation, 

and 3) Execution/Functionality.