The first collegiate hackathon to call the rockin' city of Nashville, Tennessee home.
The full hacker guide can be found here that explains the schedule for the entire event: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B4-ckENnV54DZGlNR0ZROFRId2s/view
$10,636 in prizes
FitBit, Jaybird Headphones, and Eno Hammock
MP Select Mini 3D Printer
Year-long subscription to Netflix.
Best Use of MicroStrategy's API
Final round interviews in DC area which includes tickets to luxury suite at Verizon Center for a Capital’s game, Wizard’s game, or concert.
Best Domain Name from Domain.com
Domain.com Swag Bags
Amazon Web Services - Best Use of AWS
1 TB Hard Drives
Watch Dogs® 2 Best Device Privacy Hack
Everything is part of the internet of things now - from your phone to your fitness band to your thermostat. Build a hack that utilizes private data being collected from your devices, and show how you can turn potential vulnerabilities into something constructive. Prize: Collector's Edition of Watch Dogs 2
BNY Mellon's Pick
$2,000 in cash (for whole team) and internship offer / final-round full-time interview.
Most Impactful Hack (Digital Reasoning)
Amazon Echo Dot
Best Use of Capital One's API
$250 Amazon giftcard
Most Disruptive Hack (Red Ventures)
Final round interviews in Charlotte and $250 Amazon gift card
Best Use of SeatGeek's API
$1,000 in SeatGeek credit (for whole team).
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. Win a HackHarassment Swag Bag.
Best Use of Initial State's API
Initial State API Pro Subscriptions and swag
VMIL Healthcare Hack
$800 cash prize
- Must be 18 years of age
- Must be a student at a university, trade school, or college (or graduated within 6 months)
- Maximum of 4 hackers per team
- Must be at event in-person
Please include a description of your project, technologies used, and teammates. Videos are optional, but highly encouraged!
CTO of Microstrategy
Research Professor at Institute for Software Integrated Systems
Associate Professor and Director, Managerial Studies Program at Vanderbilt University