DiamondHacks is a hackathon geared towards underrepresented genders in tech. What do we mean by that? As part of our mission to increase women, non-binary, gender fluid and other underrepresented groups in tech, we welcome anyone who currently self-identifies, or has ever self-identified, as female, non-binary, or gender nonconforming.

We want to create an open and welcoming environment for minorities to come and learn about building awesome software applications!

Hackathon Sponsors

Prizes

$382 in prizes

Best Overall - Mini Projector OR Bluetooth Speaker (2)

Mini Projector with 170" Display
DR. J Professional HI-04 1080P Supported 4Inch Mini Projector with 170" Display - 40,000 Hours LED Full HD Video Projector, Compatible with HDMI,USB,SD

Citrix Accessibility and Productivity - FujiFilm Instax Mini 9

Fujifilm Instax Mini 9 - Ice Blue Instant Camera

Education - Chromecast

Chromecast - 3rd Generation

Best Newcomer - Night Light Bluetooth Speaker

Night Light Bluetooth Speaker
Touch Control Lamp Speaker, Alarm Clock Wireless Speaker with 7 Color LED Light, Digital FM Radio Alarm Clocks with Bedside Lamp

GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) Software Automation - 23andMe Kits

Experience your ancestry in a new way! Get a breakdown of your global ancestry by percentages, connect with DNA relatives and more.

Devpost Achievements

Submitting to this hackathon could earn you:

Eligibility

DiamondHacks is open to everyone, and geared towards underrepresented genders in tech. You must be a college student. If you are a minor enrolled at a university, you will be sent a form for your guardian to sign and must bring your ID.

Judges

Natalie Landsberg

Natalie Landsberg
NCSU

Judging Criteria

  • Presentability
    Were you able to describe your project aptly? Even if you did not finish a full prototype, did you explain your vision clearly?

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