We'll be at the entrance to The Vermeer Applied Technology Hub/ISU Startup Factory handing out swag bags and getting hyped!
You won't want to miss this part. We'll give introductions, further explain the weekend's activities, and answer any questions you might have.
We'll start hacking after the kick-off, but we definitely wouldn't want you hacking on an empty stomach. We will be serving PotBelly's
Grab some snacks, open up your laptops, and start hacking! All coding/building must be done during HackISU.
Get a quick intro on how to use Git so you can effeciently collab with your fellow teamates!
Tune in on the lightning talk hosted by one of our sponsors, Mixmax!
- Garret Meier
An introduction to coding Python by one of our own orgainzers, Kelvin.
Get connected with other fellow hackers to see what others are working on.
Stay comfortable and energized with the free snacks we're setting out to help you get through the night!
After a long night of hacking, breakfast will be served. Hopefully you got some rest! We suggest getting as much sleep Friday night as possible, that way you have a full day of hacking on Saturday.
Tune in on the lightning talk, hosted by one of our sponsors, Rockwell Collins!
- Matthew Dresse
You know the deal by now. We want to keep you well fed.
Tune in on the lightning talk hosted by one of our sponsors, TEAM Software!
- Ryan Markus and Devin Knigge
Tune in on the lightning talk hosted by one of our sponsors, Optum, "Optimistic About Machine Learning"!
Take a break from all the hard work and participate in the event, "Who am I?"
Attend the technology talk hosted by one of our sponsors, Workiva!
- Andrew Lundberg
Swing by the main dining area to pick up your last dinner.
Ever interested on what goes on behind the scenes want to learn what we do? We'll be giving a talk on how we do things!
Do you think you can stack the highest tower made of cups? Prove it!
Discussing the climate of diversity in technology fields.
Stop! Get your hands off your keyboard! We will collect DevPost submissions and make sure everyone is prepared for demoing.
At this point, you will be exhausted and tired from all the coding - so we will provide you with a nice healthy breakfast and some caffeine to freshen up before demos.
We will give an hour to two hours for judges to walk around and observe all the hacks. You will also have the opportunity to walk around and view them. Then, we will all gather to announce the winners and distribute prizes.
We'll announce prize winners, thank hackers and sponsors, and say our final words!
We do not want you leaving on an empty stomach, fill up for the great work you have done.