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

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Ken Christensen
Vice Chair of Computer Science and Engineering Department

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

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Robert Karam
USF Assistant Professor

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

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Marvin Andujar,
USF Assistant Professor

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Carlos Perez
Founder of HACKABULL

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Junior Recinos
USF Alumni

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Alfredo Antonlinez
USF Alumni

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Ilia Bautista
USF Alumni

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Khoa Tran
Johnson & Johnson

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Axel Rivera
Hackathon Organizer

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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.