2.1.20 — 2.2.20

Major League Hacking 2020 Hackathon Season





2.1.20 — 2.2.20



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You bring the ideas.

We'll take care of the rest.

The annual MakeHarvard engineering makeathon will return this Winter for its second year. Competing teams at our 2019 event will have access to rapid-prototyping equipment like 3D printers and laser cutters to produce engineering prototypes and compete for prizes.

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How large are teams?

Teams can consist of up to four people.

Are you offering buses to the event?

No, we are not providing any transportation.

Are you really affiliated with Harvard?

Yes, MakeHarvard is a student organization on campus.

What are the accomodations the night before?

We’ll be providing space in the Student Organization Center at Hilles (SOCH) on campus, the venue of HackHarvard. We also will provide air mattresses for the night and breakfast the morning after for those who spend the night. Note that the SOCH is not a dorm -- this is more like a slumber party than a hotel stay.

Are you affiliated with HackHarvard?

No, we are not. We are two separate organizations.

Can I do only software? Do I have to do hardware?

This is a makeathon which provides a distinctly different venue and opportunity for engineers on the MLH circuit. Hardware is required to be eligible for awards.


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