Brooklyn Tech Triangle Mentorship Hackathon
Brooklyn Tech Triangle and TENDIGI are teaming up to present the second annual Tech Triangle U Mentorship Hacakthon.
We are calling all coders, hackers, students, designers, entrepreneurs, social media gurus, visual collectives—basically if you have a vision, and you hold down Brooklyn, we want you.
Today tech is no longer just software development, IT, or the “Interwebs" as it was 10 years ago. Today, tech is us. Tech is our world. Tech is our communication. Tech is our news source. Tech is our social media. Tech is our activism. Tech is our generation—we are the digital natives. Now we are coming together—to push our borough and its industries—forward.
Join us for this incredible event on the weekend of March 6-8. Student teams will work with successful entrepreneurs, mobile and web developers, and designers from the Brooklyn Tech Triangle. You will develop businesses ideas, hardware, or software to solve real problems and transform traditional industries. Make your connections, start building your professional network, and learn how to work with your future tech + non-tech colleagues now.
We are Brooklyn. We are tech. So get ready, because we’ll hack to that!
(And there'll be lots of free food and other stuff)
Tech Triangle U Hackathon Schedule
March 6, 6:00pm - 10:00pm - Kick-off
NYU MAGNET, 2 MetroTech Center, 8th Floor
Opening reception + weekend agenda + app idea pitches + team formation + API demos + free stuff
March 7, 10:30am-10:00pm - Hack away
Presentations from Google, TinyBop, Empire State College, and more
March 8, 10:30am-5:00pm - Finish up + Claim your prize
Demo session + award ceremony + networking
Partners + Sponsors
Brooklyn Bridge Ventures | General Assembly | NYC Media Lab | NYU MAGNET | NU Hotel | Ontodia | Panera Bread | Pio Bagel | Regus | Rocco's Tacos | Shake Shack | Small Planet | Starbucks | TENDIGI | Yelp
The event is open to all university students in teh Brooklyn Tech Triangle (grad, undergrad, and law) and recent grads of all experience levels interested in getting involved in the entrepreneurial, design, and tech world in Brooklyn.
1. Software application
2. Hardware Device
3. Demonstration (video or interactive media - not a PowerPoint)
4. One or more screenshots of your product
How to enter
- Register for the event at Brooklyn Tech Triangle U.
- Sign up as either a student (developer, designer, non-technical) or a mentor (developer, designer, non-technical) on this site.
- Go to the hackathon on March 6 @ NYU Magnet, 2 MetroTech Center, 8th Floor; 6pm
- Brainstorm ideas + form teams. Hack away!
- By 3pm on March 8, submit your product + make your presentation!
Executive Director/NYC Media Lab
Co-Founder/ Startup Institute
Founder/Brooklyn Bridge Ventures
Director of Partnerships, NYC BigApps
Quality of the Idea
Creativity and originality of the idea
Viability of Product
Identification of clear market, potential impact, and strategies for revenue + overcoming challenges
Implementation of Idea
Execution of idea into a professional presentation, functioning app, software or hardware product.