Canada's First Sharing Hackathon.

Sharing is one of the few ideas we can all access - something that directly affects our day-to-day lives. The more technology we build to share our moments, perspectives, and lives, the better equipped we are to engage and redefine the human experience.

Nowadays, this idea is at the heart of the world's hottest startups. Snapchat, Uber, and Airbnb - they define the media’s buzzwords du jour: ride sharing, file sharing, sharing economy. Directly or not, they connect people to one another. And with the technology we have today, it's only a matter of time before even more brilliant ideas come to fruition.

We've prepared a weekend full of new learning opportunities for you. Get ready to get your hands wet with new technologies, pushing your limits, and making new friends. Just show up ready to go, and we'll handle the rest!

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Eligibility

  • Teams may have a maximum of 4 members
  • All team members must be physically present at NHacks '16 
  • All team members must have been accepted through NHacks.io and must register upon arrival to the event

Requirements

All current high school and university students who have been accepted by the sign up process through NHacks.io are eligible to participate and submit projects at the end of the 36 hour hacking period. 

Judges

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Martin Laws
Lighthouse Labs

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David Awad
Major League Hacking

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Mike Swift
Major League Hacking

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Clinton Ball
Accelerator Centre

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Cami Williams
Clarifai

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Slater Victoroff
Indico

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Diana Yuan
Indico

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Nima Gardideh
Western University

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Chris Nguyen
Western University

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Daniel Deng
Western University

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Samveg Shah
Western University

Judging Criteria

  • Creativity
    Is your hack unique or does it touch on unexplored territory?
  • Impact
    Does your hack have potential to create a widespread social or industry impact?
  • Theme
    Does your hack draws on our theme of “sharing” in a meaningful way?
  • Technical
    Does your hack demonstrate a creative application of technical ability?