Stanford Women in Computer Science's annual hackathon – open to all Stanford students!

Stanford Women in Computer Science's annual hackathon, HackOverflow, will take place on April 20th from 10am to 10pm - this year's theme is E^3: Ethics, Equality, and Empowerment. Through the event, we hope to encourage beginner programmers to participate in hackathons and to experience the practical applications of CS. But you don't need to be a woman or a beginner to participate! Anyone interested in programming, design, or just hackathons in general is welcome.

{W}E^3 are the Change!

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Prizes

$3,200 in prizes

Best Overall Hack (Sponsored by Google)

1 Google Chromecast for each team member

Best E^3 Hack

1 JBL Wireless Overear Headphones for each team member

Most Creative Hack

1 Polaroid Camera for each team member and Sumo Logic swag bag

Best First Time Hack (Sponsored by Airbnb)

1 $100 Airbnb gift card for each team member

Best Mobile App

1 Google Home Mini for each team member

Best Web App

1 Amazon Echo Dot for each team member and Sumo Logic swag bag

WiCS Prize (Sponsored by Google)

1 Google Backpack for each team member

IBM Call for Code Challenge Prize

IBM inflatable couches and duffel bag of IBM swag

Pear Prize (6)

Dinner on May 15th for all hackathon winners with Mar Hershenson (Founding Managing Partner, Pear Ventures)

Devpost Achievements

Submitting to this hackathon could earn you:

Eligibility

Any Stanford student is welcome to participate. Although this event is hosted by WiCS, you don't need to be a beginner or a woman to join in!

Students may hack individually or in teams of up to four.

How to enter

Register here

Judges

Mykel Kochenderfer

Mykel Kochenderfer
Director, Stanford Intelligent Systems Laboratory

Judging Criteria

  • Will be posted soon!