Twin Cities Hackthon hosted at the University of Minnesota!

MinneHack, the University of Minnesota's largest software competition event hosted by the UMN chapter of The Association for Computing Machinery.

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Prizes

$8,480 in prizes

Oculus Rift & Leap Motion Controller for each team member

AR Parrot Drone for each team member

Waterproof Bluetooth Speaker for each team member

#HackHarassment

Use your tech skills for good and hack online harassment! Build a software solution that can help reduce the frequency and/or severity of online harassment. Members of the winning team receive Hack Harassment Battery Packs!

Best Domain Name from Domain.com

Domain.com Swag Bags

Amazon Web Services - Best Use of AWS (4)

1 TB Hard Drives

$250 gift certificate for MicroCenter for each team member

Any participants that use the provided data set will qualify for this prize.

Apple iWatch for each team member

Best use of Watson IoT platform on IBM Bluemix

Devpost Achievements

Submitting to this hackathon could earn you:

Eligibility

Teams will consist of up to 4 human students

Judges

Ian McLinden

Ian McLinden
Maverick

Jake Reynolds

Jake Reynolds
Maverick

Matthew Hazzard

Matthew Hazzard
Shavlik

Brent Miller

Brent Miller
Shavlik

Ben Barnard

Ben Barnard
Concord

Dakota Crow

Dakota Crow
Optum

Sean O'Neil

Sean O'Neil
Optum

Marty Waters

Marty Waters
Optum

Jesse Aalberg

Jesse Aalberg
Optum

Jon Jackson

Jon Jackson
MorphoTrust

Judging Criteria

  • Creativity
    How creative, innovative, and original is the project?
  • Execution
    How well was the project executed?
  • Presentation
    How well was the project presented?
  • Prompt
    How well did the project follow the main prompt, improving in home health care?