A 13-hour overnight hackathon designed to solve a problem relevant to the City of Cupertino

Cupertino's Teen Commission together with the Cupertino Recreation Department is hosting <hack> Cupertino, a 13-hour overnight hackathon designed to solve a problem presented during our Opening Ceremony. What makes our hackathon unique is that the winning team has the potential for their idea to be presented to City Council.

 

For more info, check out our website:

https://www.cupertino.org/our-city/departments/recreation-and-community-services/recreation-classes-and-activities/teen/hack-cupertino

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Eligibility

Proof of School Age

You will NOT be allowed into the event without: Middle or High School ID for 2018-2019 school year Driver’s License or California ID School Loop or other school portal login (must be for 2018-2019 school year)

Signed forms

available on website and Eventbrite event page

Team

Teams can consist of 1-4 students. NO exceptions.

 

Requirements

Submission

All submissions to the hackathon must be submitted to Devpost before 8 am on 4/14, NO exceptions.

Presentation

Please be prepared to demo your submission IN PERSON to the judges

How to enter

Sign up your team on this Devpost! ONE submission per team.

Judges

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Liang-Fang “Liang” Chao
Vice Mayor of Cupertino

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Neesha Tambe
Parks and Recreation Chair

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Naidu Bollineni
Technology, Information, and Communication Commissioner

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Arnold de Leon
Technology, Information, and Communication Commissioner

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Gaurav Khot
Chief Architect @ ShoCard

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Kim Calame
Recreation Supervisor for the City of Cupertino

Judging Criteria

  • Submission
    All submissions to the hackathon must be submitted to Devpost before 8 am on 4/14, NO exceptions.
  • Presentation
    Please be prepared to demo your submission IN PERSON to the judges