HACKABULL, 24 hour hackathon hosted by the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers at the University of South Florida. Student can form teams of 4 to code, build and demo their projects.

For Hackabull’s second year, we’re bringing the same energy that we did last year: if you can think of it, you can make it.

Work in a team of up to four for 24 hours to make your concept come to life, and then demo your project to judges. The judges decide which teams will win a variety of prizes!

There will be tons of food, free swag, and syntax errors - we hope to see you there.

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Judges

Ken Christensen

Ken Christensen
Vice Chair of Computer Science and Engineering Department

William Hendrix III

William Hendrix III
USF Instructor I and Undergraduate Program Coordinator for Computer Science and Computer Engineering

Robert Karam

Robert Karam
USF Assistant Professor

Schinnel Small

Schinnel Small
USF Instructor I and Undergraduate Program Coordinator for Information Technology

Marvin Andujar,

Marvin Andujar,
USF Assistant Professor

Carlos Perez

Carlos Perez
Founder of HACKABULL

Junior Recinos

Junior Recinos
USF Alumni

Alfredo Antonlinez

Alfredo Antonlinez
USF Alumni

Ilia Bautista

Ilia Bautista
USF Alumni

Khoa Tran

Khoa Tran
Johnson & Johnson

Axel Rivera

Axel Rivera
Hackathon Organizer

Marta W

Marta W
Hackathon Organizer

Judging Criteria

  • Usefulness
    A product's usefulness can be evaluated by measuring its advantages over alternative solutions based on specific criteria associated with fundamentals needs.
  • Originality
    Something that is new and rare seen. The uniqueness.
  • Technical
    What programming languages did you use. Did you use an API's? What technologies were use.
  • Polish
    Overall presentation of your project.