Calling all witches, wizards and magical beings! OxfordHack 2016 awaits in the lands of Oxford!
At OxfordHack, 300 magical hackers will convene to build amazing projects. ✨
November 19th, 2016
|12:00 - 12:30||Tech Talk - QuantumBlack|
|12:35 - 12:50||Tech Talk - AIGaming|
|12:55 - 13:25||Tech Talk - Microsoft|
|14:00 - 14:15||Tech Talk - Esri|
|14:20 - 14:50||Tech Talk - SkyScanner|
|14:55 - 15:10||Tech Talk - EF|
|15:30 - 16:30||Git Good - Nick Tikhonov|
|20:00||Future & Current Hackathon Meetup|
|22:00 - 23:00||Bloomberg Mini Game! - !Light|
|23:30 - 00:00||Capture the Flag|
November 20th, 2016
|00:00 - 06:00||More Mini Games|
|11:30||End of Hacking|
|13:00 - 16:00||Final Presentations|
You must have been invited to the Event via Eventbrite in order to be eligible to participate.
- Participants: Students (over 16 years in age) and people who graduated from university within the last year
- Team Size: Maximum team size is 4 people. You don't have to have a team upon arrival.
- Only projects that have been coded within the 24 hours of the competition are eligiable for submission and judging.
- There is no general theme / topic that you have to hack on.
Minister for Magic of the Ministry of Magic
Chief Sanitation Officer for the Department of Care of Magical Creatures
Professor Pardasani, Lecturer of Alchemy
Delegate of the Society for the Promotion of Elfish Welfare in loving Memory of Dobby
Diplomatic Envoy for the Reparations of Grave Wizarding Incidents
How innovative / new is your idea. Are you just the next generic social app or are you creating something groundbreaking new?
How difficult was this hack to be implemented. Is it just a simple website or are you solving a technical problem that nobody ever solved?
Design / UX
How is the design and the user experience of the hack. How polished does the project appear? Does it show issues?
Is it a useful hack? How wide are the applications? Is it just something that helps you or will more people use it?
How well is the presentation during the fair by the team.