The Biggest Hackathon in the Twin Cities

MinneHack is a hackathon that welcomes hackers from around the country — a 24-hour event where you can create, collaborate, and compete to make something amazing!

MinneHack is hosted by the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities chapter of the Association for Computing Machinery. If you have any questions about the event, you can contact us via email at acm@umn.edu.

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Prizes

$1,500 in prizes

Nintendo Switch

Audio Technica ATH-M60X Headphones

Google Pixelbook

Best use of Google Cloud Platform

Google Home Minis for each team member

Best Domain Name from Domain.com

Raspberry Pi & PiHut Essential Kit for each team member

Best IoT Hack Using a Qualcomm Device

410C Dragonboard for each team member

Snap Kit Prize

Devpost Achievements

Submitting to this hackathon could earn you:

Judges

Abhi Roy

Abhi Roy
Cargill

Jason Walker

Jason Walker
Cargill

Jon Schauer

Jon Schauer
Cargill

Zac Skalko

Zac Skalko
Cargill

Lawrence Wang

Lawrence Wang
Cargill

Allie Lawler

Allie Lawler
SPS Commerce

Martin Conroy

Martin Conroy
Optum

Michael Wong

Michael Wong
Optum

Judging Criteria

  • Creativity
    The project is innovative, creative, and original.
  • Presentation
    The presentation communicates in clear and engaging way.
  • Execution
    The project complete, thorough, and polished.
  • Prompt
    The project follows the main prompt, providing a relevant and useful solution to a problem related to sports injuries.