FSU's 6th hackathon!

Breakfast: Sunday 10/20 7:00 AM
Devpost submissions due 10/20 11:00 AM
Lunch Sunday 10/20 11:30 AM
Demos: Sunday 10/20 12:30 PM
Closing ceremony/awards: Sunday 10/20 2:00 PM

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Prizes

$2,300 in prizes

1st Place

Nintendo Switch lite to each hacker

2nd Place

Razer - Cynosa Chroma Gaming Keyboard to each hacker

3rd Place

$50 Amazon Gift Card to each hacker

State Farm - 100forGood challenge 1st place

Community engagement is a core value of State Farm. Employees and agents across the country volunteer to help better their local communities. That’s why State Farm created 100forGood, a community challenge for employee/agents to keep performing acts of good by demonstrating selfless acts.

We want you to join us in our commitment to give back by creating something that has a purposeful and meaningful impact in improving the lives of your neighbors!

Prize: State Farm Swag Bag & Portable power bank/laptop charger

State Farm - 100forGood challenge 2nd place

Community engagement is a core value of State Farm. Employees and agents across the country volunteer to help better their local communities. That’s why State Farm created 100forGood, a community challenge for employee/agents to keep performing acts of good by demonstrating selfless acts. We want you to join us in our commitment to give back by creating something that has a purposeful and meaningful impact in improving the lives of your neighbors!

Best Domain Name from Domain.com

Domain.com branded backpack for each team member.

Best use of Google Cloud

Google Home Minis for each team member.

Best Automation Hack with UiPath

Build an automation hack using UiPath! Each winning team member will receive a UiPath/MLH Branded Backpack and DROCON Drone!

Best beginner hack presented by Netchex

$50 amazon gift card award for each team member

Judges

HackFSU team

HackFSU team

Judging Criteria

  • Presentation
    Overall design and presentation of the final product. Expo performance and style both fall into this category.
  • Technical Difficulty
    How challenging is the product on a technical level?
  • Creativity
    How original is the product? Did the team go out of their way to make their project unique?
  • Effort
    Did this team go above and beyond? If there was an opportunity to expand on the project did the team take it?
  • Completeness
    How finished is the product? Is there a complete and functioning demo?