Major League Hacking 2017 Hackathon Season



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YOU

Anywhere, USA

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Boarding:
October 15th, 2016
Departure:
October 16th, 2016
Flight:
ABC123
Terminal:
IC101




Departing

YOU

Anywhere, USA
Arriving

ERAU

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
Boarding:
October 15th, 2016
Departure:
October 16th, 2016

Have you booked your flight?
HackRiddle is now accepting applications for you to be a part of Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University's first 24-hour hackathon.

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Note: this does not in any way guarantee flight or travel reimbursement to the event
What is HackRiddle?
HackRiddle is a 24 hour hackathon scheduled for October 15th, 2016 at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University that plans to bring together over 250 students from across the nation to work on anything they set their mind to. With great sponsors, judges, mentors, and industry leaders, HackRiddle will be an innovation packed weekend for everyone in attendance!

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Frequently Asked Questions


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How do I apply for HackRiddle?

HackRiddle selects attendees for the event based on individual applications. You can apply here!

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What if it's my first hackathon?

No worries! HackRiddle is beginner friendly, so no experience necessary! There will be plenty of mentors on hand to help you bring your wildest dreams into creation!

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What should I bring?

Bring your Student ID for check in, along with your laptop and charger for hacking. You can bring a sleeping bag and pillow if you want to sleep, as well as any hardware that will help your project.

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Who can attend?

HackRiddle is open to any undergraduate at any college. Non-ERAU Students must be at least 18 years old. Unfortunately, at this time, high schoolers (who are younger than 18 years old) cannot attend.

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What if I don't have a team?

Dont worry! We will have team forming events that will help you bring together your dream team! Feel free to join any team. Max team size is 4 hackers.

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Do you provide hardware?

If you are planning to work on a hardware hack, feel free to bring anything you think you'll need. We are working on bringing hardware to the event, and will have more information on that soon!

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Is there a Code of Conduct?

We want all hackers to have a great time at HackRiddle, so we will be using the MLH Code of Conduct. You can read it here.

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How much does it cost to attend HackRiddle?

HackRiddle is entirely free, with no fees for admission. Food, swag, and accommodations will all be provided for you with no charge.

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What can I build?

Software for the web and mobile as well as hardware such microcontrollers or wearables. Projects will be judged evenly, independent of platform!

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Can I start working on my hack before HackRiddle?

Unfortunately, all work on your hacks must be done during the 24 hour event. Projects that have been worked on before the start of the event won't be allowed to enter for judging.

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How do I apply for HackRiddle?

A spot at HackRiddle is guaranteed based on your individual applications. You can apply here!

group

Who can attend?

HackRiddle is open to any undergraduate at any college. Non-ERAU Students must be at least 18 years old. Unfortunately, at this time, high schoolers (who are younger than 18 years old) cannot attend.

attach_money

How much does it cost to attend HackRiddle?

HackRiddle is entirely free, with no fees for admission. Food, swag, and accommodations will all be provided for you with no charge.

fiber_new

What if it's my first hackathon?

No worries! HackRiddle is beginner friendly, so no experience necessary! There will be plenty of mentors on hand to help you bring your wildest dreams into creation!

person_add

What if I don't have a team?

Dont worry! We will have team forming events that will help you bring together your dream team! Feel free to join any team. Max team size is 4 hackers.

settings

What can I build?

Software for the web, mobile, or dekstop as well as hardware such microcontrollers or wearables. Projects will be judged evenly, independent of platform!

shopping_basket

What should I bring?

Bring your Student ID for check in, along with your laptop and charger for hacking. You can bring a sleeping bag and pillow if you want to sleep, as well as any hardware that will help your project.

devices_other

Do you provide hardware?

If you are planning to work on a hardware hack, feel free to bring anything you think you'll need. We are working on bringing hardware to the event, and will have more information on that soon!

history

Can I start working on my hack before HackRiddle?

Unfortunately, all work on your hacks must be done during the 24 hour event. Projects that have been worked on before the start of the event won't be allowed to enter for judging.

book

Is there a Code of Conduct?

We want all hackers to have a great time at HackRiddle, so we will be using the MLH Code of Conduct. You can read it here.



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