A team can consist of 1 to 5 members.
Nope! None at all.
Anyone with a passion for learning and innovation, or primarily, undergraduate and high school programmers are welcome to attend. Even if you can’t code, you can learn along the way, and also, we can help you out in the hackathon. Students from all around the world are welcome to participate.
No, there is no such provision. The selection of a team is done considering all its members. However, the team members can apply as individuals and then form a team after selection.
That is not a problem! A great way to learn how to code is by attending a hackathon. You never know what new skill you might pick up! You can also ask specific questions to our mentors and in the Discord server, where people are there to help. Plus we have planned numerous workshops and talks for you guys to make the learning process better.
Possibly something that resonates with the theme of the event. It can be a website, software, an applet, or maybe even a piece of hardware. We’d love to see anything that solves a social problem or goes with our agenda.
No. In the interest of fairness, students should not be working on their projects before Hackofiesta begins and we do not allow participants to work on pre-existing projects. However, you can familiarize yourself with all the tools and technologies you intend to use beforehand.
Read more about this in the Themes Section.
Unfinished or unimpressive (so you think) projects should be presented anyway! Presenting your hack gives you a chance to be proud of what you’ve done, and a constructive perspective of where you should be headed next.
There will be prizes from multiple sponsors to build a hack on top of their APIs or platform. Keep an eye out on the website and social media handles, where we'll be adding more ideas to hack on closer to the event.
You can reach out to us on our Discord server or any other social media handles!
Yeah sure, why not! Apply here.