Excited for a weekend of networking with the coolest people and mentors, competing for incredible prizes, and coding solutions for the real world? UCSB's 4th annual hackathon is ready for you all... Mark your calendars for January 19th-21st! Students of all backgrounds and skill sets welcome :)
Get PUMPED AF because this means:
- A 36 hour adrenaline rush from problem solving, coding, and collaborating
- Hands-on experience using company tech and hardware not accessible elsewhere
- Getting mentored by industry professionals from companies like Google and SpaceX
- Developing your skill set from workshops
- Starting off the new year with a mini beach getaway
- FREE food, snacks, and drinks all weekend (just one less adult responsibility to worry about)
- Did we mention you'll be coding in paradise?
$47,510 in prizes
$750 to each team member for up to $3000
The winning team will receive (1) Round-trip tickets provided by Surf Air and (2) Thirty-minute office hour with Y Combinator Partner: Kat Manalac
Best Domain Name from Domain.com
Raspberry Pi + Pihut Essentials Kit for each team member!
Amazon Web Services - Best Use of AWS
$250 AWS credit for each team member!
Best IoT Hack Using a Qualcomm Device
Dragonboard 410c for each team member!
LogMeIn Best Use of ML Technologies
Guaranteed interviews and Amazon Echo Dots for each member of the winning team!
Lockheed Martin V/R Challenge
Amazon Echo (2nd Gen.) & Lockheed Martin Swag
AppFolio Best Use of Ruby on Rails
A $500 Amazon Gift Card for the winning team
Daydream Best Daydream V/R Hack
2 Google Homes!
FastSpring Best Buyer/Seller Experience Using FastSpring API
F181DH RC Drone Quadcopters for each member on the winning team!
Firebase Best Use of Firebase API
Nintendo Switches for each member of the winning team!
Arthrex Visual Based Gesture Challenge
Best use of Typescript or C#
$100 to each team member of the winning team. A ride around SB in a Tesla Model 3. Interviews at Spacex!
Best use of Google Cloud Platform
Google Home Minis and Chromecasts to each team member of the winning team
Best use of C++
$500 Amazon Gift Card
Submitting to this hackathon could earn you:
CEO of Podcast Addict
Software Engineer at Google & Founder of DubHacks
Machine Learning Engineer at Bloomberg
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