TinoHacks II is the second edition of a 29 hour long, 350 person hackathon hosted by Cupertino High School students on April 21-22, 2018 where both new and experienced programmers can work together on projects, learn new skills, and have a splendid time. The event will be hosted at 42 US Silicon Valley, Fremont, CA. Visit http://tinohacks.tech for more details and registration!
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$39,340 in prizes
Apple AirPods for each member of the team
Launchpad for every member of the team
Tile for each member of the team
Top 10 (10)
Each member of the Top 10 Teams earns a Wolfram|One Personal Edition and a one-year subscription to Wolfram|Alpha Pro.
Best Beginners Hack
A Hydroflask for each member of the team and a JetBrains license for each member of the team
Best Use of .tech Domains
$200 Amazon Gift Voucher for best hack/website submitted on a .tech domain
Submitting to this hackathon could earn you:
This event is open to high schoolers ONLY. However, college students may sign up to mentor, volunteer, or lead a workshop. Teams of up to 4 only!
How to enter
Sign up for the event at http://tinohacks.tech before it's too late!
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Lead Director / Los Altos Hacks
Software Engineer / Palo Alto Networks
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Does the hack stand out or is it a generic application? Does the hack improve something that already exists or is it entirely new? What makes the hack better than another?
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Does the hack function properly? Is it complete, or you have plans to improve it in the future? If so, what would you change/add? Is the app well designed and appealing?