Build. Learn. Grow.
RevolutionUC is a student hackathon in which we invite students from across the midwest to partake in a weekend of code, community, and self-improvement. You don't have to attend the University of Cincinnati and you don't have to be a computer science major or engineering student. We're looking for people who share our passion to do awesome things with technology.
You can find more information about RevolutionUC at https://revolutionuc.com/
For information about the schedule for the event visit the schedule page at https://revolutionuc.com/schedule
RevolutionUC is open to all college and high school students 16 or older. Before any hacking begins we require you to sign a waiver, which will be emailed to all registered participants prior to the hackathon. If you are under 18 you will need a parent or legal guardian to sign the waiver.
View the FAQ page on the event's website (https://revolutionuc.com/faq) or contact us for more details.
- Be prepared to present your hack to multiple judges in three minutes
- Demo the project you've been working on for the past 24 hours
- Be proud of what you've worked on!
- Tell us what all you've learned while hacking (in only three minutes!)
- Check out the judging criteria (projects are judged based on creativity, learning, and originality)
- Tell us if you've used an opt-in or sponsor prize category
- Be sure to tell us if you've used any of the MLH sponsored hardware for you hack
Please have your Devpost submission in by 12:00 PM on Sunday, February 23rd to facilitate judging.
Initially, we only need your table number, group name, and the prize categories you're submitting to.
Your project will remain editable until 1:30 PM on Sunday, February 23rd.
Use the table number at your current table when asked - the table number you write down is where you will be judged - don't move!
Did you learn something new? Have you attempted something you haven't before? Did you challenge yourself?
How well did you achieve what you set out to do? How polished is your project? Are the features you included functional and thorough?
Did you think outside of the box? If it's been done before, what did you change? How did you improve it?