Introducing FutureHacks II! FutureHacks II is a free online coding competition where teams of up to 4 people create a project that they will present to a panel of judges for a chance to win cool prizes. This is THE event for 7-15 year old students to attend! FutureHacks will let you apply your skills to real-world problems as well as collaborate with many like-minded individuals too! FutureHacks is focused on bringing the best experience to you as a programmer, computer scientist, and problem solver! Don’t know much programming but still want to attend? Don’t worry! We will have fun and engaging coding demos that teach the basics of programming. For more information, check out our website: futurehacks.net. If you have signed up for competition, please follow the hackathon guide: https://futurehacks.net/guide

Hackathon Sponsors

Prizes

$960 in prizes

Drone

1st place in "best overall" category

Gaming Keyboard (4)

2nd place in "best overall" category
1st place in "language" category

Gaming Headphones (7)

3rd place in "best overall" category
Runner up in "language" category
1st overall in "special awards" category

Arduino Kit

4th place in "best overall" category

Gaming Mouse (4)

5th place in "best overall" category
Runner Up in "Special Award" Category

Gift Card (5)

Honorable Mentions

Devpost Achievements

Submitting to this hackathon could earn you:

Requirements

If you submit a project before 8/28, your project will not be considered during judging.

Once you have decided your group (if applicable) and a project name, fill out this form: https://forms.gle/eQbe9hKq1UyQyzGh7. If you don't, you will not be allotted a judging time and will not be eligible for prizes.

Judges

Abhinav Ganesh

Abhinav Ganesh

Alex Farrell

Alex Farrell

Gustav Baumgart

Gustav Baumgart

Ivan Khramtchenko

Ivan Khramtchenko

James Underwood

James Underwood

Olivia Sorensen

Olivia Sorensen

Shriya Surti

Shriya Surti

Vinaya Pillai

Vinaya Pillai

Zach Youssef

Zach Youssef

Li Liu

Li Liu

Parvizjon Rozikov

Parvizjon Rozikov

Ping Su

Ping Su

Judging Criteria

  • Creativity
    How unique is your project concept? Does it approach the prompt in a special way? Have other people thought of your idea before?
  • Code
    How efficient is your code? Are there bugs or glitches when you run it?
  • Presentation
    How well prepared do you sound? Is the presentation of your project interesting?
  • Q&A Section
    How well do you answer the judges' questions?

Questions? Email the hackathon manager

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