At HackCCM, you’ll meet fellow hackers with diverse skill sets, learn new technologies such has how to use an API, and develop stronger skills.
HackCCM is the first Local Host Hack Day to ever be hosted by the County College of Morris in Randolph, NJ. The Computer Science Club and the Computer Science Department have worked in unison and created the event from the ground up.
Join us on April 28th, from 9AM - 9PM, as we kick of the event on campus. Here you will experience an atmosphere for students to build apps, to learn how to code, to network and most of all to express creativity.
At HackCCM, you’ll meet fellow hackers with diverse skill sets, learn new technologies such has how to use an API, and develop stronger skills. We'll have free food, swag, workshops, mentorship, prizes, games, and more. Don’t have a team, or even an idea? Don’t worry! You can still build something spectacular through the tools we will provide from the start of the day.
Whether you're a seasoned hackathon goer or just getting started — we’d love to see you here!
$1,800 in prizes
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Submitting to this hackathon could earn you:
- Teams up to 4
- Must be over 16 years of age
The judges need:
- The code
- A synopsis of your project
- This includes what it does, how it works
- How it would be achieved (If you don't get to finish)
- Which code snippets and assets belong to you, and which code snippets and assets do not (Obtained from google, stack overflow, etc.)
How to enter
- Go to our website
- Click on 'sign up through eventbrite'
- Snag a ticket!
How technically impressive was the hack? Was the technical problem the team tackled difficult? Did it use a particularly clever technique or did it use many different components? Did the technology involved make you go "Wow"?
Did the team put thought into the user experience? How well designed is the interface? For a website, this might be about how beautiful the CSS or graphics are. For a hardware project, it might be more about how good the human-computer interaction is.
Does the hack work? Did the team achieve everything they wanted?
Did the team stretch themselves? Did they try to learn something new? For example: iIf a team which always does virtual reality projects decides to switch up and try doing a mobile app instead, that exploration should be rewarded.