A student hackathon from Syncs - Sydney University's Computing SocietySyncs is holding a hackathon!
Syncs Hack is happening this year! Following from UNIHACK Sydney events in previous years, Syncs Hack challenges teams of six students to design, build and pitch an idea in 24 hours. Be it a website, app, game or something else completely, join us in August at Canva's swanky new offices for a weekend you won't forget!
- Fully catered event
- Industry Mentors from major tech companies
- Careers Fair and industry tech talks
- Over $5000 in cash prizes for winning teams ...
- ... plus tons of great swag for category prizes!
$5,250 in prizes
$3000 in cash value
$1500 cash value
$750 cash value
Raspberry Pi B Model 3+ for each team member
JBL GO 2 portable bluetooth speaker for each team member
Submitting to this hackathon could earn you:
Syncs Hack is open to all university and TAFE students - as long as you're enrolled by the start of the event, feel free to sign up! We reserve the right to cancel your ticket if you do not meet this requirement.
Refunds are allowed up to 30 days before the start of the event - if you want to change tickets after that, we encourage you to find someone who can take your spot, and let us know so we can update the ticket details.
Your submission must include:
- Code (GitHub link preferable)
- A description of the project and its features
- References to any open source or third party material used in development
- The roles of each participant in the project team
Digital Director at Deloitte
Manager Consulting at Deloitte
Senior Backend Engineer at Canva
Level of innovation
Is the idea original? Is it a creative solution to their own tech problem? Are there existing/similar solution to their problem in the real world?
Is the hack impressive and difficult? Does the hack require a high level of technical ability? Were there any technical challenges during their development process that is expertly handled?
Elegance of solution
Is it a smooth user experience? Is the design intuitive? Is the program robust and functional?
Practicality of solution
Is the hack useful in the real world and why would it be used? Who would use your solution? What value will the solution bring?