San Jose State First HackathonJoin fellow hackers to build innovative products at SJSU's Engineering Building
Get ready to hack for 10 hours at SJSU's iconic Engineering Building! We've set up an awesome event, so we just need you to bring your energy and creativity.
Check-in begins at 8 am on Saturday, April 28th, and the event ends around 9 pm on Saturday, April 28th.
$7,000 in prizes
Best use of Google Cloud Platform/Firebase
4 google home minis and google chromecast to winners
Best Hack - 1st Prize
4 JetBrains Licenses
4 Sketch Licences
$500 in Indico API credit
Best Hack - 2st Prize
Indico 250$ for each member
Bugsee 250$ credits for each member
Best Hack - 3rd Prize
100$ indico credit
Submitting to this hackathon could earn you:
Teams must be of size 4 or less.
All attendees who are submitting projects must be enrolled in SJSU university or similar program.
How to enter
Register at the website by visiting this link.
Click Here to visit the registration link.
Sj Hacks Team
Inspire innovation in the next generation of students. Does it do something entirely novel, or at least take a fresh approach to an old problem? This category will be based solely on the idea.
Impact / Usefulness
Impact lies in our hackathon’s roots. We look for hacks that have large social impact. Is the hack impactful? Does it fulfill a real need people have? This category will be based solely on the idea.
At SJ Hacks, we look for new and original ideas, we want hackers to think outside the box, but we also want the ideas to be somewhat practical. Is this project feasible and practical in the next 3-5 years? This category will be based solely on the idea.
Is the hack technically interesting or difficult to develop? Is it a simple API mashup or is it a comprehensive effort that leverages advanced architecture, tough algorithms, and various libraries and languages?
Polish / Design
Clean and seamless hacks are hard to come-by. Is the hack usable in its current state? Does everything appear to work as intended? Does it deliver a beautiful experience? Is it mostly bug-free?