April 27th, 2019. 8am-8pm. CSU Stanislaus. Directed by Austin White, CS Club President.

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The Challenge:

Solve a problem in your local city, county or the State of California, in 12 hours or less. Your Solution could be anything from a mobile application, to a website, to basic Java. As long as it gets the job done.

Who can participate?

Everyone of all skill levels are welcome to participate. Problem solving could be anything from simple code to a complex applications. Potential is key here.

Do I have to compete?

No, competing is optional but you can still work on a project. However, we encourage you to compete.

What are the prize categories?

Our categories so far are Best in Show, Best .Tech Domain, and Best Beginner Hack. We will add more as our sponsors decide on their prize categories. More details on our Devpost site.


We are following both University Code of Conduct and MLH Code of Conduct. Violations will result in disqualifications. Please be aware that any project considered "Unethical Hacking" will be disqualified and we will take proper action to remove you from the event. This includes the following:

Hardware/Software that's only function is to disable a computer, tablet, phone, or any other device.

Software that is malicious in nature, this includes anything that can be considered a virus. Please refer to Norton Anti-Virus' definition of a virus.

Please refer to this definition of unethical hacking here.

University Code of Conduct // Major League Hacking Code of Conduct


Weekend parking is relaxed, so don't worry about having to pay for parking. Lot 8 is right next to the venue. Alternatively, Lot 11 and 11a are also very close. You can also park along Geer Road. Other parking lots are a considerable distance away so try and park as close as you can.

We'll be in Room 118