The 24 hour intercollegiate hackathon at Cal Poly Pomona for creativity, ingenuity, and technical talent.
HackPoly '16 is Cal Poly Pomona's 3rd annual software/hardware hackathon.
Visit http://hackpoly.com/ for more info.
Teams of up to 4 will team up and in an epic 24 hours to build and market an epic hack.
What is a hack? It's creating something that doesn't exist yet, something that will improve the lives of the individuals that use it.
Solar powered automatic dog feeder? Do it. Phone app to control your television? Sounds Awesome. Website for CPP students to trade books? I'm looking forward to it.
See you at hackpoly.
- Must be at least 18 years old by February 6, 2016
- Must have a valid .edu address and not have graduated 6 months prior
- Teams are limited to four people
How to enter
Apply now at Hackpoly's official website!
IT Chief Technology Officer at Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Senior Software Engineer at Jib Jab Studios
Director at McNair Scholars Program at Cal Poly Pomona
Software Engineer at Google (CPP Alum)
This is very difficult to describe, but you'll know it when you see it. The closest description would be a project that makes you feel like you are living in the future.
How difficult was the project to implement technically in the time frame? Is the hack technically interesting or difficult? Is it just some lipstick on an API, or were there real technical challenges to surmount?
Is the hack practical given its target audience? Is it something that the user base would actually use? Does it fulfill a need people have?
Did the participant(s) sell the product well? Was the idea clearly defined and the pitch convincing?