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.
$6,550 in prizes
Choose from a prize pool of Nintendo Switches, Google Homes, and a mystery item, plus $500 DigitalOcean credit to each hacker.
Choose from a prize pool of Nintendo Switches, Google Homes, and a mystery item, plus $250 DigitalOcean credit to each hacker.
Choose from a prize pool of Nintendo Switches, Google Homes, and a mystery item, plus $125 DigitalOcean credit to each hacker.
Best Newbie Team
If you're a team of first time hackers, you qualify for this prize!
Best Veteran Team
Sponsored by First Commerce Credit Union
Best Hardware Hack
Most Ridiculous Hack
Domi Station Prize
For the hack which best utilizes tech to address and/or highlight a Diversity and Inclusion facing society: Google Chromecasts
State Farm Prize
Raspberry Pi 3's
Department of Scientific Computing Prize
Amazon Web Services - Best Use of AWS
$250 AWS Credit
Best Domain Name from Domain.com
Raspberry Pi & PiHut Essentials Kit
Best IoT Hack Using a Qualcomm Device
DragonBoard 410C for each team member
Submitting to this hackathon could earn you:
HackFSU Judging Team
Overall design and presentation of the final product. Expo performance and style both fall into this category.
How challenging is the product on a technical level?
How original is the product? Did the team go out of their way to make their project unique?
Did this team go above and beyond? If there was an opportunity to expand on the project did the team take it?
How finished is the product? Is there a complete and functioning demo?