Judging at Cal Hacks 6.0 will happen in two stages. Some teams will present their hacks during Stage 1, and the rest will present during Stage 2. (Note: teams who apply for the Cal Hacks Fellowship will present during Stage 1.)
After you submit your hack to Devpost and before the judging expo, we’ll assign you a team number, a stage number, and a table assignment. Once your stage begins, you’ll move to your assigned table so you can present to judges. If you aren’t sure where they are located there are maps on the first floor and on the live.calhacks.io site. Please note that there will be two teams assigned to each table, so be sure to only set up on one side to leave space on the other side of the table for another team to set up!
Every team will present to at least two different judges. Judges will ask you for your table number and/or team number, so make sure you remember both to make the process work as smoothly as possible.
If your particular stage of judging isn’t underway, you’re free to walk around and check out other people’s hacks. We hope you have fun showing off your hack, and good luck!
The hackathon will start on Oct 25, 2018 09:00 PM PDT and end at Oct 27, 2018 9:00 AM PDT. You can only work on your hack during the allotted time only.
Once the hackathon starts, you will get an option to submit your hack, you can submit as many times as you want, the last hack will be considered as the final submission.
Your hack must be developed entirely during the Hackathon duration. You may use open source libraries and other freely available systems / services such as Google Maps, Facebook Connect, Twitter feeds etc.
The intellectual property of your code, design, wireframe, and branding belongs only to your team.
By participating in the hackathon, you agree to the terms and conditions of Devpost. As well as as the terms and conditions outlined in the ticket waiver.