University at Buffalo's annual 24-hour student run hackathon!

UB Hacking is University at Buffalo's official student-run hackathon. Students are invited to gather at our event to create cool and innovative projects within 24 hours and showcase their achievements. Just bring your laptop (and other personal hygiene products) and we'll prepare the food and swag for a memorable weekend! 

To learn more, visit ubhacking.com.

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Eligibility

In order to be eligible for this hackathon you must be a current student at a college or university.

Judges

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Mark Kneitinger
M&T Bank

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Dennis Hannon
M&T Bank

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Dan George
M&T Bank

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Mark Hjalmarson
M&T Bank

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Ethan Blanton
University at Buffalo

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Jennifer Winikus
University at Buffalo

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Matthew Hertz
University at Buffalo

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Meg Arnold
Bloomberg

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Joe Peacock
ACV Auctions

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Reid Gershbein
ACV Auctions

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Michael Collins
Fidelis Care

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Matthew Gaczewski
Fidelis Care

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Rajeev Sood
Fidelis Care

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Kyle Suero
MLH

Judging Criteria

  • Creativity
    How innovative is the project idea? Does this project offer a new solution to a problem? This category is meant to recognize those projects which are unique and haven't been done before.
  • Usefulness
    Would you use this product? Do you see how this product would be useful to others? This category is meant to recognize those projects which you can see as being very helpful or enjoyable to its target users.
  • Technical Challenge
    How complex or difficult is the technical problem this project addresses? This category is meant to recognize those projects which showcase superior skill in development.
  • Polish
    Does this product run fairly smoothly even after only 24 hours of work? Do you find it easy to use? This category recognizes those projects that are practically ready for beta testing after only 24 hours of hacking.