Come one, come all to the second edition of ManMetHacks. It'll be a weekend full of creativity, collaboration and conviviality.

Second edition of our 24-hour student hackathon in Manchester Metropolitan University. We will be hosting around 120 student hackers from all over the UK that will meet to code, design and build innovative technological solutions.

This hackathon is run by helloHackers Soc, hackathon society of Manchester Metropolitan University.

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Prizes

£930 in prizes

Best First Time Hack

Best Hardware Hack

Best Software Hack

Koderly prize (2)

Starwars drones

Best use of Kotlin

Kotlin t-shirts

Best use of Buddy

Buddy Pro subscription for 1st place - 6 months, 2nd place - 3 months

Best use of Google Cloud

Build your hackathon project with a suite of secure storage, powerful compute, and integrated data analytics products provided by Google Cloud. See full list of products here: g.co/cloud. Each winning team member will receive a Google Home Mini.

Best Domain Name from Domain.com

Register a domain using Domain.com during the weekend. Each team may submit one entry per person on the team. Each winning team member will receive a Domain.com branded backpack.

Best Automation Hack with UiPath

Build or add automation to your hack using UiPath! Each winning team member will receive a Limited Edition UiPath Branded Backpack and an opportunity to interview for a UiPath Internship in 2020 with high recommendation!

Devpost Achievements

Submitting to this hackathon could earn you:

Eligibility

Participants: Current students (over 18 years in age) or students that have graduated within the last year;

Team size: up to 4 in a team to be eligible for prizes, else up to you if you do not care about prizes;

 

Judges

Jack Biggin

Jack Biggin
MLH

Tom Misson

Tom Misson
Organiser

Fahad Quraishi

Fahad Quraishi
Organiser

George Drakos

George Drakos
Organiser

Robbie Whitworth

Robbie Whitworth

Karl Southern

Karl Southern

Jon Kingsley

Jon Kingsley

Sean O'Mahoney

Sean O'Mahoney

Cathryn Dunicliff

Cathryn Dunicliff

Judging Criteria

  • Creativity and Design
  • Technical Complexity
  • Knowledge Acquired
  • Implementation
  • Presentation