The world's largest collegiate hackathon!
Cal Hacks is the world's largest collegiate hackathon with ~2000 attendees held annually at UC Berkeley and run by the student group Hack the Bay in partnership with CITRIS Foundary.
For this year, Cal Hacks 6.0, we've amped up the hackathon to bigger and better than ever. We'll have more swag, more events, more sponsors, and more prizes than ever before!
To claim your reimbursement for In State Hackers and Out of State Hackers, you MUST submit your Devpost link at: https://calhacks.org/ch6-reimbursement
Any degree seeking student who is currently enrolled in a high school, college, or university, and is over the age of 18.
A valid submission is a software or hardware hack produced at Cal Hacks 6.0, from start to finish.
This includes a Devpost submission to Cal Hacks and a demonstration during the Hack Expo on Sunday, October 27th, 2019.
Remember to include all your team member names, up to 4 people.
Be sure to indicate what category you are competing for, as well as if you want to be a part of the Cal Hacks Fellowship program
Twenty Seven Ventures
Johns Hopkins University
Interlace Ventures Management LLC
Weights & Biases
Weights & Biases
Independent (I work at Twitter)
Does the project have any feasible application in real life? Does it seem like something that someone could use or would actually have a benefit in the real world?
Is the project free of major bugs? Does it look appealing? The UI/UX doesn’t have to be absolutely perfect, but if we're having a hard time understanding the project by looking at it, there may be a problem.
Is this project unique and innovative? Is it a solution to a problem we have never seen before? A better way of doing something?
The team should display a good level of knowledge in terms of the technology they’ve used in implementing their project.