HACKLAHOMA

February 9-10, 2019

The University of Oklahoma

Wifi: OUGUEST

Location

Devon Energy Hall

110 West Boyd Street Norman, OK 73019

Parking

Parking is allowed only in the lots highlighted in red

Devon Energy Hall

110 West Boyd Street Norman, OK 73019

Parking

Parking is allowed only in the lots highlighted in red

Floor Plans

Agenda

Hacking begins at 11:30 on Saturday!

Main Schedule:

Workshops Schedule:

Resources

Check out the list of resources available at Hacklahoma here!

Prizes:

FAQ

Can we start on our project before the hackathon?

No, but you can start brainstorming ideas and thinking of potential resources you may use for your hack!

What should I bring?

Please bring your student ID for registration! You should also bring your computer, chargers, any hardware/software you plan on using, cell phone, toiletries, sleeping bag, pillow, and a change of clothes. We also recommend you bring a power strip just in case. If you know what software/digital media you will be using for your project, it would be helpful to download them before the event to save you time.

Can we have teams?

We encourage everyone to work with a team! Teams may contain up to 4 people. If you don't have one before coming to Hacklahoma, no worries! We will have a team-building session at the beginning of the hacking period.

Will there be a place to sleep?

The sleeping area will be located in the Rawl Engineering Practice Facility on the 2nd floor. The sleeping rooms will be open from 9PM on Saturday until 9:30AM on Sunday.

How do I submit my project?

You can submit your project on our Devpost.

How do I get travel reimbursement?

To be reimbursed, tag us on social media with #Hacklahoma19, submit a project through Devpost, and show us a physical receipt.

What if an emergency occurs?

We will update this answer before the event with our emergency protocols.

I am being harassed/feel suspicious about something or someone...

If you are in an uncomfortable situation, please report this immediately to our staff. You may also refer to this list of emergency contacts if you don't feel comfortable sharing with us.

What if my question didn't get answered?

Hey, we're here to help! For questions about your project, message in the #hacklahoma_mentors channel in our Slack workspace. Any other general questions can be asked in the #questions channel.

No, but you can start brainstorming ideas and thinking of potential resources you may use for your hack!
Please bring your student ID for registration! You should also bring your computer, chargers, any hardware/software you plan on using, cell phone, toiletries, sleeping bag, pillow, and a change of clothes. We also recommend you bring a power strip just in case. If you know what software/digital media you will be using for your project, it would be helpful to download them before the event to save you time.
We encourage everyone to work with a team! Teams may contain up to 4 people. If you don't have one before coming to Hacklahoma, no worries! We will have a team-building session at the beginning of the hacking period.
The sleeping area will be located in the Rawl Engineering Practice Facility on the 2nd floor. The sleeping rooms will be open from 9PM on Saturday until 9:30AM on Sunday.
You can submit your project on our Devpost.
To be reimbursed, tag us on social media with #Hacklahoma19, submit a project through Devpost, and show us a physical receipt.
We will update this answer before the event with our emergency protocols.
If you are in an uncomfortable situation, please report this immediately to our staff. You may also refer to this list of emergency contacts if you don't feel comfortable sharing with us.
Hey, we're here to help! For questions about your project, message in the #hacklahoma_mentors channel in our Slack workspace. Any other general questions can be asked in the #questions channel.

Tracks

Thanks to HackRice for the helpful tracks!