Hack&Roll 2015

Code, create, compete

School of Computing, NUS
1pm, 24th Jan - 6pm, 25th Jan

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This hackathon is free of charge! Just register (or you will not get food or swag) and come down!

Eligibility

This event is open only to:

  • Students of all levels in any educational institution in Singapore (yes, exchange students count as well!)
  • Anyone waiting entry into an educational institution - e.g. NSFs, PhD candidates, etc.

Team

  • A team can have between 1 and 4 members.
  • You can sign up without a team. A team will be assigned to you at your request.
  • All teams need to stay for the duration of the event. We recommend bringing sleeping bags. Teams that leave will be disqualified.
    • Clarification: Team members may leave as long as there's at least one member present throughout the competition. (i.e. the presence of the team is defined by the disjunction of that of each team member)

Project

  • Build something new. You may reuse code for specific components, but recycling an entire project is not okay.
  • Projects will be judged based on creativity, technical accomplishment, polish, and usefulness, in that order. Decisions made by the judges are final.
  • Hardware projects are welcomed!

More questions? Contact us!

Prizes

Timeline

Saturday 24th January 2015
13001330Registration
13301345Participants’ briefing
13451430Sponsor talks
1430Start of the hackathon
18302100Dinner
23002359Supper
Sunday, 25th January 2015
07300930Breakfast
13001500Lunch
1430Challenge Post submission closes
End of the hackathon
15301620Presentation by selected teams
16301700Prize presentation

Sponsors



Past

2014

About 120 students participated in Hack&Roll 2014 in the largest turnout yet. Their projects include a dengue monitoring web application, NFC-based capture the flag (CTF) game and a distributed file sharing web application. Find out more at this website. Prizes include Razer products, Pebble watches, SimplerCloud servlets and various electronic prizes.

2013

Hack&Roll 2013 saw about 80 students building projects ranging from a WiFi-based room headcount system to a remote-controlled car driven by facial tracking. Prizes included a weeklong all-expense-paid trip to Silicon Valley, smartphones, and quadrocopters.