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Community Life — HUJI Hackathon 2019
May 16, 2019 - May 17, 2019
The theme of the year’s Hackathon is Community Life.
Do you recognize a daily problem that a particular community that you belong to or are familiar with closely encounters?
Think you know which app can solve this problem?
It’s time to put the idea into practice!
For a list of ideas and challenges click here.
What is an Hackathon?
Hackathon is a marathon of programming and design, during which participants divide into groups and build within 24 hours a technological product from scratch. Work on the product takes place at the time of the event only, meaning that it is forbidden to begin coding or designing in advance.
How can you prepare?
A preparatory day will be held in preparation for the event at Givat Ram, and will include lectures and practical tips for the Hakaton. Follow our Facebook page for more details. In addition, you can prepare and think about a project idea in advance.
What to bring?
Only for a laptop (if you do not have one, note this on the registration form) and a student card. Food will be served at the event and there is no need to bring additional equipment.
First place: 10k NIS
Second place: 5k NIS
Third place: 3k NIS
Where? Rotberg Building for Engineering and Computer Science
The Rachel and Selim Benin School of Computer Science and Engineering, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Rothberg Family Buildings, The Edmond J. Safra Campus, 9190416 Jerusalem, Israel.
REG>> Community Life — HUJI Hackathon 2019
– Registration will open on 10/03/19
– Registration will be closed on 10/04/1919
HUJI Hackathon’s facebook page
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