The hackathon is open to all students in institutions such as NUS, NTU, SMU and SUTD. Students in polytechnics and junior colleges are welcome as well.
Members of the public who are not students are encouraged to come down to hack and enjoy the atmosphere.
Yes. Do come down to hack anyway. You won't be eligible for the prizes but do register so that we can provision enough food for everyone.
The maximum team size is 4; you can participate individually as well.
You are free to use any open source libraries, including those you have coded before.
However, you cannot use a project you have made before.
Please check the rulebook for more details.
Dinner and supper are on us, as well as the next day's breakfast and lunch, and snacks in between.
Oh, did we mention free-flow of coffee and drinks throughout?
Anything you want. A good starting point would be to consider problems you want to solve.
Use whatever language/framework/platform you want :)
Sure! We really do mean whatever you want.
Here is a link to last year's teams and what they built during the hackathon: http://nushackers.org/2012/02/hackroll-2012/