Create and collaborate, gaining real world experience in design, programming and development this Feb 17-19th. Don't miss out!

  A PLACE TO CREATE

At hackathons, you have the ability to build on any idea you can come up with. Web design, frontend/backend development, iOS and Android apps, hardware hacks, and server management are just a few of the possibilities!

  AN OPPORTUNITY FOR EXPERIENCE

Workshops, tech talks, and access to mentors allows both beginning and experienced students to learn new technologies. Head over to our sponsor tables and find out about potential internship and career opportunities!

  A CHANCE TO COLLABORATE

Working alongside equally passionate people allows you to become encouraged to keep building and learning. You’ll be amazed what you can accomplish as a team.

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Prizes

$3,580 in prizes

1st Place (4)

Choose from a prize pool of Daydream VR, Amazon Dot, and Chromecast.

2nd Place (4)

Choose from a prize pool of Daydream VR, Amazon Dot, and Chromecast.

3rd Place (4)

Choose from a prize pool of Daydream VR, Amazon Dot, and Chromecast.

Best .Tech Domain (4)

$50 Amazon Gift Vouchers.

Scientific Computing Prize (4)

Two people will receive the gear 360s, two will receive gtx 1060s.

Parseval Prize (4)

Smart Speakers
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Best Hack for Social Good (4)

Custom HackFSU DivvyUp Socks

Best Domain.com Domain (4)

Domain.com Swag Bag & Goodies

Best Use of Amazon Web Services (4)

$250 Amazon Web Services Credit.

Best Hack Against Online Harassment (4)

Hack Harassment Power Bank & One-Pager

ACM @ FSU Technological Innovation Award (4)

The most technologically impressive "mind-blowing-how-did-you-do-this" hack! Starbucks gift cards given to team members.

Best Newcomer Team (4)

For the best hack from a team composed of newcomers, we have Tiles. Tile Mate is the easiest, quickest and most reliable way to find your phone, keys — anything!

IBM Prize (4)

Best use of Bluemix

Devpost Achievements

Submitting to this hackathon could earn you:

Judges

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Judging Criteria

  • Presentation
    Overall design and presentation of the final product. Expo performance and style both fall into this category.
  • Technical Difficulty
    Description: How challenging is the product on a technical level? Example: Did the team build their own operating system from scratch or did they simply smash two APIs together?
  • 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? Was this a team of first time hackers who completed their first project?
  • Completeness
    Description: How finished is the product? Is there a complete and functioning demo?