Imagine what you could accomplish if you had 24 uninterrupted hours, unlimited snacks, a fleet
of fellow software enthusiasts, and expert mentors. This is the essence of a hackathon—an entire
day devoted to developing your idea from conception to launch.
Where is the hackathon?
You might be wondering where to go! That's pretty important. The event is over at the University Central
Florida, specifically at the Engineering II building. Here's a lovely pin on Google Maps to help you find it!
If you want to find some parking, feel free to park in our student garages! The closest ones to the event would
be Garage B
or Garage C!
You mentioned prizes?
Yeah, prizes. In the past, we've awarded gaming PCs, cloud hosting credits, tablets, VR headsets,
and more. Come for the fun, but challenge yourself to be innovative and win.
1st Place: Echo Shows
2nd Place: Hue Bulbs
3rd Place: Chromecasts
...And much more! Check out the DevPost for more information!
Code of Conduct
As any other Major League Hacking sponsored event, we follow the MLH Code of Conduct.
Knight Hacks is for everyone and for every skill level. By registering to our event, you are committed to ensuring a safe
and friendly environment for all people at the event. If there are any issues, comments, or concerns involved with the event,
please contact not only the organizers but the MLH Staff!
The mission of KnightHacks is to give people a space to learn and do things
they’ve never done before. If you think you can help us achieve this while
exposing your brand to more than 200 up-and-coming developers,
let us know.
And a special thank you to all of our partners that helped us make