Congratulations on being a part of the first ever community college
hackathon! The HackCC team has worked hard to ensure a fun and
accommodating hacking experience that will include workshops from
sponsors, side competitions, demos for both hardware and software,
and a great place to make your ideas come to life with a team of likeminded


  • Teams may include up to four members.
  • All hacks must be built at HackCC by registered participants.


A valid submission is a software or hardware hack produced at HackCC, from start to finish.

This includes a ChallengePost submission to HackCC and a demonstration during the Hack Expo on Sunday, Nov 9th. Please include a video or photo of the working product.

Hackathon Sponsors


1st Place

Dell Venue 8 Pro tablets for the team provided by MLH, and $800 provided by Private Internet Access!

Best Use of the Versal API

The team that best
implements the Versal
API will receive free

2nd Place

$500 cold hard cash to fund your future in hacking!

Best Use of the Mailjet API

The team that best
implements the Mailjet
API will receive free

3rd Place

$250 to fund your future in hacking!

Best Use of the Yo API

The team that best implements the Yo API will receive $500!

Best Social Impact Hack - The Honest Co.

The best project focused on improving living conditions,
planet conditions, or sustainability will
receive a one-year subscription for
an Honest Essentials bundle - this means you're stocked on
shampoo, laundry detergent, and
cleaning products for an entire
year - from The Honest Co.

Best Use of Myo

The team that best implements Myos in their hack will receive free Myos for the team courtesy of MLH!

Devpost Achievements

Submitting to this hackathon could earn you:


Phil Walden

Phil Walden
Director of Digital Strategy at

Marcos Toledo

Marcos Toledo
CTO of London Trust Media

Kartik Mandaville

Kartik Mandaville
Director of Tech at Science, Inc in Santa Monica

Judging Criteria

  • Usefulness
    Is the hack practical given its target audience? Is it something that the user base would actually use? Does it fulfill a need people have?
  • Originality
    Is the hack more than just another generic social app? Does it do something entirely novel, or at least take a fresh approach to an old problem?
  • Technical Difficulty
    Is the hack technically interesting or difficult? Is it just some lipstick on an API, or were there real technical challenges to surmount?
  • Polish / Design
    Is the hack usable in its current state? Is the user experience smooth? Does everything appear to work? Is it well-designed?
  • Holy Sh*t
    Does it amaze?

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