Wentworth Institute of Technology's first annual 24 hour hackathon

HackWitus is the first student run hackathon at Wentworth Institute of Technology (WIT). This is a 24 hour hackathon that will take place on March 25th to March 26th at Wentworth's Ira Allen Building. This event is made possible thanks to the Wentworth Computer Science Society, a chapter of the Association for Computing Machinery, along with support from many scholastic and administrative departments at WIT, Major League Hacking (MLH), and the generous sponsors that donated towards this event.

At HackWitus, our goal is to give participants meaningful experiences and great opportunities. Our mission is simple: to promote learning, creativity, and innovation through a supporting and collaborative environment.

As a HackWitus hacker, you will get the opportunity to learn about computer programming / hardware. In addition, you can learn how to apply your skills in a team competing for awesome prizes.

Throughout the event, we will be hosting multiple workshops, fun activities, and offer you the opportunity to network with various companies that helped sponsor this event.

Please visit our official website hackwit.us for additional information and updates!

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Eligibility

Hackers must be 18 years or older to participate. You must be in a team of 5 members to be eligible for prizes.

Judges

An Huynh

An Huynh

Dat Do

Dat Do

Bethy Diakabana

Bethy Diakabana

Ethan Arrowood

Ethan Arrowood

Vlad Doster

Vlad Doster

Anna Khachaturova

Anna Khachaturova

Helene Casanova

Helene Casanova

Chris Thierauf

Chris Thierauf

Chris Joanis

Chris Joanis

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Stephan Froese

Shawn Toubeau

Shawn Toubeau

James Coyne

James Coyne

Judging Criteria

  • Level of Difficulty
  • Originality
  • "Cool" factor
  • Evidence of Engineering