BigRed//Hacks Fall 2019: Hack to Save Your Community!
Our main event is here! To those who travelled from other schools, the BigRed//Hacks team welcomes you to Cornell University. And to our Cornell students, especially our Class of 2023 Hackers, welcome to Cornell's biggest student-run Hackathon! What can you create to save your community?
Below you will find our event schedule:September 20th
|3:00pm||Check In Begins (Call Auditorium)|
|4:00pm||All Buses Arrive|
|6:00pm||Opening Ceremony (Call Auditorium)|
|9:00pm||Wayfair API Demo (PSB 120)|
|10:00pm||IBM API Demo (PSB 120)|
|11:00pm||Google Cloud API Demo (PSB 120)|
|9:30am||Hiking @ Beebe Lake|
|1:00pm||Happy 5th Birthday, BigRed//Hacks!|
|4:00pm||Dog Petting (Arts Quad)|
|9:00pm||Bowling (Helen Newman)|
|11:00pm||MLH Mini Event: Werewolf|
|8:00am||Hacking Ends + Breakfast|
|9:30am||Project Expo (Open to Public)|
|12:30pm||Closing Ceremony + Prizes (Call Auditorium)|
|2:00pm||Pack Up + Goodbyes|
|2:00pm||Buses Leave (Call Auditorium)|
Unless noted otherwise, all events are in the Physical Sciences Building (PSB)
Please visit bigredhacks.com for more details!
Submission must be an original piece of software, where a significant portion of the code and functionality was designed and written by the team members.
A significant part of the submission must be created inside of the 36 hour hackathon window, and any external code, images, or content must be equally available to all participants, licensed with permission to use, appropriately attributed, and follow all applicable laws.
Submissions must follow all applicable laws, may not promote copyright infringement, and may not be obscene or made with the purpose to marginalize or offend any group of people.
All Hacks will be judged based on the criteria specified for each prize.