Brooklyn College's first-ever hackathon!
Hack Brooklyn is where your quest begins. Step into a world of magic on March 29th where over 250 of the brightest students in New York City CUNY will come together to build innovative solutions for causes ranging from homelessness to the lack of diversity.
Over the course of 24 hours, teams of up to four students will collaborate to use the technology of today to solve present-day problems and create the world of tomorrow. Create a project, acquire new skills, and network with other hackers and companies as you learn and grow in the heart of Brooklyn. Whether this is the first time you’ve ever seen a line of code or the hundredth time you’ve published an app, Hack Brooklyn has something for everyone. With a multitude of interactive workshops and events ranging from the basics of programming to the hottest and latest technologies, you’ll leave Hack Brooklyn with something new.
$1,341 in prizes
Track: Education (presented by LinkedIn)
An Oculus Go for each winning team member.
Track: Community Empowerment (presented by Bloomberg)
A Nintendo Switch Lite for each winning team member.
Track: Accessibility in Tech (presented by Google)
Raspberry Pi 3B + Starter Kit including tons of parts, as well as a Cotton Candy Machine with Cotton Candy sugar for each winning team member.
Track: Sustainability (presented by Etsy)
A Fuji Film Camera, Camera Film, and a Vinyl Player for each winning team member.
Track: Health and Wellness (presented by BC Engineering Club)
A Monitor, Gaming Keyboard, and Gaming Mouse for each winning team member.
Best Use of Cloud (presented by DigitalOcean)
An Anker Soundcore Speaker, Anker Power Bank, DigitalOcean Credits ($250), and a special DigitalOcean T-Shirt for each winning team member.
Best Data Science Hack (presented by BC Computer Science Club)
A Heated Massager and The Pragmatic Programmer (2nd Edition) Book for each winning team member.
Best Beginner Hack (presented by BC Women in Computer Science Club)
A Coffee Machine and a Tea Infuser Thermos for each winning team member. To be eligible, your team should consist of at least two first time hackers.
You must be a CUNY student to attend Hack Brooklyn.
Gaming & Esports industry
Carlos Tavarez Martinez
CS Club (Test)
Does the project address the track's goal?
Innovation of Solution
Does the product introduce a new approach or perspective, technical, analytical, or visual?
Quality of Implementation / Functionality
Does the product function as intended? Is it robust and easy to interact with?
Is the product aesthetically pleasing? Does the design of the product elevate its message?
Can the product be easily expanded in the future?
- Social Good