HackRU is a 24-hour hackathon at Rutgers University. We welcome hundreds of students to join us in building awesome software and hardware projects.
Welcome to the fifteenth biannual HackRU, hosted at Rutgers University by USACS, the Undergraduate Student Alliance of Computer Scientists!
Students who have registered for HackRU and checked-in to the event are eligible to participate. As per MLH regulations, all hackers must currently be a student or have graduated within the last school year. All participants are only allowed to be a part of one team and submit one project. The max amount of people for a team is 4 people all being over 18 years in age. Participants will risk disqualification if they don't adhere to these guidelines.
Tools developer at Tespa
infrastructure engineer at Tumblr
Software Engineer at Buzzfeed
Production Engineer at Facebook
Former VHX director and alum
Joyce Jade Van
Technology Analyst at RBC Capital Markets
senior with lots of hacking expereince
How practical the hack is to use.
How original the hack is. The hack is independent from other thought, and came from unique strategy.
How the hack looks presentation wise.
The Technical Difficulty category encapsulates projects that exhibit a high degree of complexity.