Feb 25 & 26 2017! | Dedicate 24 hours to extend your knowledge and learn a new technology, food, drink, shelter, and prizes included.

HackTCNJ is an annual hackathon at The College of New Jersey.
Hosted by TCNJ ACM

Hacking is all about building things that you always wanted to have but no one has built it yet. It's to come up with an amazing idea and work tirelessly on it. It is to fail, and fail again until you achieve your goals. Try out new things and learn while becoming a hacker at HackTCNJ.
Join the close-knit HackTCNJ community in Ewing, New Jersey this year to hack your dream project, sharpen your skills, or begin your journey by discovering as a hacker! Find other talented students from the tri-state area and beyond to work and socialize with. Discover recruiting opportunities from great companies and spend 24 hours to show off your full potential.

Have fun with it! We'll have a super time.

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Prizes

$330 in prizes

#HackHarassment

Use your tech skills for good and hack online harassment! Build a software solution that can help reduce the frequency and/or severity of online harassment. Members of the winning team receive Hack Harassment Battery Packs!

Best Domain Name from Domain.com

Domain.com Swag Bags

Best Technical Achievement

Echo Dot

Best User Experience

Keyboard

Funniest Hack

Chromecast + Netflix subscription

Best Social Good Hack

Bluetooth speakers / What if? (book)

Best First Hackathon Project

Sony MDR V6 Headphones

Best Use of IoT (from Particle)

Particle Photon Kit

Best Hardware Hack

Devpost Achievements

Submitting to this hackathon could earn you:

Eligibility

Eligibility
  • Participants: Students; Teams up to 4
  • Countries: United States

Judges

Andrew Miller

Andrew Miller
Linode

Judging Criteria

  • Uniqueness / Practicality of Idea
    Idea must stand out and be unique, while also being feasible to implement.
  • Technical Rigor of Implementation
    Hack implementation must demonstrate strong technical skill.
  • Completeness of Hack
    Good ideas and hard work pay off, but a successful hack is one that is ready for use!