Innovative, Inspiring, and Revolutionizing

Firebird Hacks I is the first hackathon being organized by Fremont High School's programming club. Firebird Hacks encourages its participants to dive into the field of computer science and express their creativity through computer science. Firebird Hacks provides everyone with equal opportunity to express their creativity by programming.

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Prizes

$25,010 in prizes

1st Place Winner

- Google Minis for each person on the winning team
- Over $1500 in Wolfram Language API access
- $3000 Lean Gap Sponsorship per person
-$400 in Sketch Licenses

2nd Place Winner

- Mobile JBL Clips
- Over $1500 in Wolfram Language API Access
- $400 in Sketch Licenses

3rd Place Winner

- 4 Total Xbox Games and PS4 Games by EA
- Over $1500 in Wolfram Language API Access
- $400 in Sketch Licenses

Best Beginner Hack

- Over $2600 in JetBrains Licenses
- Over $1500 in Wolfram Language API Access

Best Mobile Application

- Raspberry Pi Zero give to each person
- Over $1500 in Wolfram Language API access

Best .Tech Domain

- Amazon $200 Gift Certificate given to each person in the winning team.

Devpost Achievements

Submitting to this hackathon could earn you:

Eligibility

Individuals between the age of 13 and 18 years old can participate in Firebird Hacks.

Judges

Vijaya Shende

Vijaya Shende
Zensar

Shalabh Goel

Shalabh Goel

Cori McElwain

Cori McElwain
Desmos

Judging Criteria

  • Design
    How was the overall design of the submitted project.
  • Technical Complexity
    How ambitious was the team in terms of the degree of technical ability that was required to implement the solution.
  • Originality
    How innovative was their idea.