Bronx Science's second student hackathon

AtomHacks is a unique opportunity for Bronx Science students to work in teams, apply their computer science skills, innovate and problem solve to create something new.

The program kicks off on Friday, May 13th with programming workshops on Programming 101, an Introduction to Python, and the Blockchain. Following that, the hacking is all day on Saturday beginning at 8 a.m. Dozens of Bronx Science alumni and industry leaders will be on hand to help mentor students while they are hacking to help them formulate their ideas, review their code and create something awesome!

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Eligibility

  • Teams may include up to five members
  • All team members MUST be students at Bronx Science
  • All hacks by built at AtomHacks by registered team members on registered Teams. 
  • Remote participation is not allowed. 

Judges

Marvin Li

Marvin Li
Engineering Manager, LinkedIn

Minerva Tantoco

Minerva Tantoco
CTO, New York City

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Swift
CEO, Major League Hacking

Daniel Dubno

Daniel Dubno
CEO, Blowing Things Up

Michael Dubno

Michael Dubno
Founder, Gadgetoff

Judging Criteria

  • Creativity
    How unique is the idea or concept? Does it take a new perspective on an old problem or present a new idea?
  • Functionality
    Does the hack work? Is it well designed? How is the user experience? Does it demonstrate a knowledge or understanding of the computer programming language used?
  • Usefulness
    Who is the target audience for this hack? Does it help solve a problem or challenge that the target audience experiences?