A different kind of hackathon.
Get ready for a weekend full of learning new technologies, making great friends, and pushing your limits. We'll provide plenty of healthy food, awesome swag, and everything you need to carry out your craziest ideas.
Everyone is welcome.
Whether you're making your first website, hardware hacking with an Arduino, or getting started with design, Hack@Brown is for you. We'll have great workshops, mentors from Oracle, Dropbox, Google (and more!), and most importantly, the perfect atmosphere for learning something new.
Ready? Let's go.
- All current high-school, undergraduate, and graduate students are welcome to register!
- Students under the age of 18 as of February 7, 2015 are required to obtain parental consent on a form we'll email once accepted.
- Teams can have a maximum of 4 students, not including mentors from companies.
Sponsored by Oracle
Best Use of Data Visualization
Sponsored by Two Sigma
Best Microsoft Project
Sponsored by Microsoft
Best Web Service
Sponsored by Teespring
Best User Experience
Sponsored by pMD
"It Just Works"
Sponsored by Dropbox
Best Travel Hack
Sponsored by KAYAK
Best Mobile App
Sponsored by TripAdvisor
Best Networking Project
Sponsored by Akamai
Best Real-World Application
Sponsored by Palantir
Sponsored by MLH
Sponsored by MLH
Finalists who built awesome projects.
Submitting to this hackathon could earn you:
How to enter
Register online at www.hackatbrown.org.
Peter Boyce II
Founder, RoughDraft VC
Assistant Professor of Computer Science, Brown University
Adjunct Faculty in Industrial Design, Rhode Island School of Design
Professor of Computer Science, Brown University
Creativity and Originality
Is it an out-of-the-box solution? Do they approach the problem in a unique and creative way?
Does it accomplish its stated goal? Does it work as is, or does it require additional resources?
Is it easy to understand and use? Design does not have to be visual.
Does it solve a real problem? How many people would it help?