We’ve come a long way since our first hackathon. After four iterations of HackDartmouth and our third HackDay last fall, we’re more excited than ever to innovate this year!
This spring, HackDartmouth V will again combine experiential learning with friendly competition. With company-sponsored workshops and the chance to develop and refine skills, we’re bringing hundreds of students from across the nation to learn, hack, and create for a weekend.
The day of the event features twenty-four hours of coding, swag, and amazing prizes! Mark your calendars for April 6-7, 2019!
$9,840 in prizes
First Place Beginner - Nintendo Switch
A Nintendo Switch for each team member on the first place team in the beginner category
First Place Advanced - Apple Watch
An Apple Watch for each team member on the first place team in the advanced category
Runner Up Advanced - Mechanical Keyboard and Razer Mouse
A Mechanical Keyboard and a Razer Mouse for each team member on the runner-up team in the advanced category
Honorable Mention - Smart Speaker Kit
A Google Home or Echo dot for each team member for a team that builds a unique project that deserves a special mention
Design Prize - Wacom Tablet
A Wacom Tablet for each member of the winning team in the Design category
Dartmouth Only - DALI Access
One team from Dartmouth will receive access to DALI Lab's resources to further develop their project after the event has concluded
Dartmouth Only - DEN Amazon Alexa Grant
One team will be given the Amazon Alexa grant to continue developing their project after the main event has concluded
Facebook - Oculus Go
An Oculus Go for each member of the winning team that creates the best hack aligning with Facebook’s mission of building community and/or connecting people.
Wayfair Sponsored Prize
Enter the Best Use of Wayfair API challenge! Integrate a 3D furniture model in your project to enter! Our API can be accessed here: bit.ly/wayfair3dapi and a Github repository here: https://github.com/draco2003/3dwebvrpythondemo which will help you get started!
MLH Prize - Top Teams Overall (3)
Place in the top group of teams at any MLH Member Event. Each winning team member will receive an MLH 2019 Hackathon Season medal.
MLH Prize - Best use of Blockstack
Use a Blockstack API to build a decentralized application. The winning team will receive a $100 Amazon Gift Voucher.
(MLH) Domain.com - Best Domain Registered with Domain.com
Register a domain using Domain.com during the weekend. Each team may submit one entry per person on the team. Each winning team member will receive a Raspberry Pi & PiHut Essential Kit.
(MLH) Google Cloud Platform - Best use of Google Cloud Platform (2)
Use Google Cloud Platform in your hack. Find a full list of GCP products & services at . Each winning team member will receive a Google Home Mini, max 4 per team.
(MLH) Qualcomm - Best IoT Hack using a Qualcomm Device
Use a Qualcomm device, like the Dragonboard 410C, in your IoT project. Each winning team member will receive their own DragonBoard 410C.
(MLH) Snapchat - Best Use of Snapkit
Use Snap Kit in your hack. One winning team will be selected from all MLH Member Events each weekend and top entries will be reviewed by Snap engineers. Each winning team member will receive either a pair of Spectacles by Snapchat or a Casio Calculator Watch.
Submitting to this hackathon could earn you:
- All hacks must be built at Dartmouth by registered and accepted participants.
- Teams may include up to four members.
- A valid submission is a hack produced at HackDartmouth from start to finish.
- Submissions must be made to DevPost by 12:00 PM Sunday, April 7. Please include an accurate description and photo, screenshots, a video, or Powerpoint presentation of the hack.
How to enter
Register online at hackdartmouth.io
Associate Professor, Computer Science
Adjunct Professor, Computer Science
Lecturer, Computer Science
Lecturor, Computer Science
Software Engineer, Microsoft
Ph.D Student, Dartmouth College
Ph.D Student, Thayer School of Engineering
Analyst, Ulysses Diversified Holdings
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