Connect to the “UCB Wireless” wireless network. Open a web browser. Login with your CU Identikey and password. Click Agree to the terms and service.
Connect to the “UCB Guest” wireless network. Open a web browser. Click Agree to the terms and service.
1. You and your team must create accounts on Devpost. If you already have an account, make sure you're logged-in.
2. Go to the T9Hacks Hackathon page. "Register" for the hackathon.
3. One person in your team should create a project. Fill out all the information about your project. Then, when prompted, click "Submit to a hackathon". Find the T9Hacks Spring 2018 hackathon page and submit to our hackathon. This is also where you submit your project for judging.
4. After you have successfully submitted your project, click “+ add team members” to add all members of your group to your project.
One "hack" is to create your project with the minimum information and submit it. Then you can go back and edit the project some more. We just need your projects online, you can fill out information later.
Also, if you are attending the hackathon for a qualifying TAM class, you can email your dev post project link to your instructor, which counts towards your hackathon attendence!
T9Hacks is spread out over four floors, here is a run-down of the important spaces:
We'll be using the T9Hacks Slack as our main form of communication at the hackathon. If you've never used Slack before, it's a like a instant messaging system.
We've sent invites to you with email you used in your registration
If you have a Colorado email, you can sign-up automatically, just go to the T9Hacks Slack and click the link at the bottom to sign-up with a colorado.edu email.
It'll be helpful is you install the Slack app! (You'll get notifactions faster this way.) Install the desktop app for Windows, Mac, or Linux. Then install the mobile app for iPhone, Android or Windows Phone. We can text you a quick download link to get you starte
T9Hacks encourages you to work on projects that inspire you. Our theme this year is "Helping the Community". We have compiled some resources that might help your team create projects that begin to solve real world problems.
Sometimes great things can be done by organizing a little data. Here are some websites and institutions that offer publically available data sets.
We want to see your projects live beyond the scope of the hackathon. Here are some organizations that are planning competitions or need people like to you build awesome projects that help their communities.