9:00am - Registration begins
11:00am - Opening Ceremony
11:30am - Team building event
12:00pm - Hacking begins!
12:30pm - Lunch sponsored by Texas Roadhouse
1:30pm - Workshop #1 by KFC
2:30pm - Workshop #2 by Crowd Pixie
4:00pm - Workshop #3 by UPS
5:00pm - Workshop #4 by Kindred Healthcare
6:00pm - Dinner
7:30pm - Hardware Relay Race mini event
8:30pm - Cup Stacking mini event with MLH
10:00pm - Family Feud mini event
11:30pm - Mario Sprint mini event
12:00am - Midnight snack
1:30am - ?????
6:00am - Morning yoga
7:00am - Breakfast
11:00am - Workshop #5, by DH staff
11:30am - Projects to be submitted to Devpost
12:00pm - Hacking ends!/Lunch sponsored by KFC
1:00pm - Judging begins
2:30pm - Closing Ceremony/Awards
High school and university students with valid school and/or government-issued ID.
Please submit projects on Devpost by 11:30am.
Best Health Hack
Best Use of Data
Most Technical Achievement
Best Useless Hack
Funny USB flash drives
Best IoT Hacking Using a Qualcomm Device
Qualcomm DragonBoard 410c + power source
Amazon Web Services - Best Use of AWS
$250 AWS Credit
Best Domain Name from Domain.com
Raspberry Pi & PiHut Essential Kit
Top Showmanship (KFC sponsored)
Submitting to this hackathon could earn you:
How much expertise was involved in the creation of your project? Did you learn any new skills or programming languages in the process? For first time hackers, how much did you know coming into this hackathon versus now?
Does it work? Every time? Is it useful? To everyone or a specific demographic?
How original is your hack? For reference, check out this list of the most common projects done at hackathons: https://github.com/mdnahian/Common-Hackathon-Projects.