For hackers by hackers
hack[NAU] by North American University
Our mission is to inspire students to build things they have always dreamed of by feared of failure. At hack[NAU] there is no failure, only buggy code.
10:00AM - Checkin Begins - Entrance
12:00PM - Opening Ceremony - Main Area
01:00PM - Coding Starts - Find a Team Workshop - Main Area
02:00PM - Microsoft Workshop - Conference Room
04:00PM - CTF Starts - Room 404
05:00PM - Pitch a Product Workshop - Conference Room
07:00PM - Dinner - Main Area
08:00PM - Cupstacking - Game Area
10:00PM - Ping Pong Competition - Game Area
12:00AM - Midnight Snacks - Game - Main Area
10:00AM - Devpost Opens - Breakfast - Main Area
12:00PM - Coding Ends - Demos Start - Main Area
01:00PM - Closing Ceremony - Main Area
$1,385 in prizes
1st Place (4)
MLH Medal + Dell 24" Screen
2nd Place (4)
MLH Medal + HP Sprocket
3rd Place (4)
MLH Medal + Amazon Echo Dot
Raspberry Pi 3
Best IoT Hack Using a Qualcomm Device
Qualcomm DragonBoard 410c + power source
Best Use of Amazon Web Services
Best Use of AWS Description: $250 AWS Credit
Best Domain Name from Domain.com
Raspberry Pi & PiHut Essential Kit
Submitting to this hackathon could earn you:
Any college student or college graduate who graduated less than a year ago. The event is open to all students to attend but only students who have registered, confirmed registration, and checked into the event are elligible for prizes.
The maximum amount of people in a prize elligible team is four.
Ahmet Hamza Emra
A project must be a original idea, ideally formed at the hackathon. It must showcase the hackers unique perspective of the problem they are trying to solve or tool they are creating.
Each project must have a great pitch. Sell your project to us to earn points!
What makes your project special?
We would love to see a demo of your product including the code and frameworks used.