Georgia State University Spring Hackathon, HackGSU!

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Registration is closed - the deadline for registration was March 25th at 11:59pm EST.

What is hackGSU?

hackGSU is the Hackathon hosted by the GSU Computer Science Department's ACM & IEEE student organizations. 100% free of charge, Lots of Food, $$ Prizes $$. This semester, hackGSU will be a 500+ participant event taking place from March 29th - March 31st .

Who can participate?

All university students*! You do not have to be a computer science major to participate in the competition! If you're someone who is willing to learn and wants to take a shot at changing the world, no matter what your field is, you definitely belong here.  

*You will be required to present a university ID at check-in.

Where will it be held?

Georgia State University, Aderhold Learning Center
60 Luckie Street, Atlanta, GA 30303 

SCHEDULE**

Friday 03.29  
6pm Students Check-in
7pm Dinner
7:30pm Late Registration
8pm Opening Ceremonies
8:30pm Idea Mixer & Team Forming (Hacking Begins)
9pm Workshop A1: Making Apps Awesome with APIs
9pm Workshop A2: SMITE eSports Varsity team Panel
10pm Workshop B1: Crypto Challenge
10pm Workshop B2: Getting started with Github
11:30pm Workshop C1: Machine Learning Concepts: Who is Teaching Whom?
11:30pm Workshop C2a: Getting started with Web Dev
12am Workshop C2b: Deploy your own Resume Website with Github Pages
12am Friday Midnight Snack
   
Saturday 3.30  
9am Breakfast
11am Workshop D: TBD
12pm Workshop E: CETL presents: GE Digital Coding for Drones with Swift (First 50 students)
1pm Lunch
2pm Workshop F: Integrating Facebook Login to your App!
3pm Workshop G: CETL presents: GE Digital Arduino Lab / iRobot Roomba Challenge! (First 50 students)
4pm Workshop H: Solar Data Science is Awesome!
5pm Cup Stacking [MLH]
5pm Workshop I: Interview and Resume Skills
6pm Workshop J: Hi-Rez:  Getting into Games
7pm Dinner
7:30pm Eat Dinner with State Farm and hear about a Day In the Life
8pm Workshop K: Introduction to Machine Learning (Hands-On Workshop)
11:30pm Snack
12am Midnight Madness
   
Sunday 3.31  
9am Breakfast
9:30am Sponsors and Judges Meeting
10am Submit to Devpost & Hacking Ends
10:30am Hack expo (Science-Fair-Style) Setup
11am Hack expo (Science-Fair-Style) Judging
12:30pm Finalist Demos
1pm Closing Ceremonies (Awards)
**All workshop times are tentative and may change, based on resource availability at the event.

Please feel free to check out our FAQ at HackGSU.com or email us at hackathon@cs.gsu.edu for any questions you have!I have a question ...

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Eligibility

All university students* are welcome to register!  You do not have to be a computer science major to participate in the competition! If you're someone who is willing to learn and wants to take a shot at changing the world, no matter what your field is, you definitely belong here.

*You will be required to present a university ID at check-in.

How to enter

HackGSU Registration is closed.

Registration is closed :)  The deadline for registration was March 25th at 11:59pm EST. 

Who can participate?

All university students*! You do not have to be a computer science major to participate in the competition! If you're someone who is willing to learn and wants to take a shot at changing the world, no matter what your field is, you definitely belong here.

*You will be required to present a university ID at check-in.

I have a question ...

Please feel free to check out our FAQ at HackGSU.com or email us at hackathon@cs.gsu.edu for any questions you have!

Judges

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TBD

Judging Criteria

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