Create apps and games at Bronx Science's fourth annual hackathon!
AtomHacks is an annual hackathon offered to the students of Bronx Science. Supported by many Bronx Science alumni as well as a diverse range of companies, this event allows the participants to collaborate together, to learn more about technology, and to utilize their creativity and programming skills to create innovative and incredible projects such as games, applications, websites, and more.
On Friday, March 16, programming workshops on web design, applications of Python, backend servers, and virtual reality will be available after school. AtomHacks begins the following day, March 17, at 8:30 A.M. and will conclude around 8:30 P.M. There will be mentors available to aid students in formulating project ideas, to review code, and to give advice.
Thank you for participating in AtomHacks, we can't wait to see what you'll create!
You do not need any prior knowledge in computer science or programming to enter AtomHacks.
However, you must currently be a student of the Bronx High School of Science to enter.
Remote participation is also not allowed.
How to enter
In order to register, sign up on atomhacks.org!
CEO, Major League Hacking
For this criterion, we'd like to see hacks that show some creativity; so we can see that you aren't just reinventing the wheel
Many of the apps that you know and use today pay close attention to design. Design makes your apps and websites more appealing to your users, and making your hack more user-friendly makes it easier to use by others
Functionality is very important when it comes to technology products. A couple of bugs are okay (and we'll understanding, given the timeframe you'll have), but if your app exhibits numerous bugs that inhibit its use, we will take that into consideration
We also want your hack to be useful. And to be clear: games are fine! We would want to see some attention paid to how engaging/interesting the game is though. We do not a remake of Cookie Clicker