Major League Hacking 2023 Hackathon Season

registration is now open

Bitcamp returns on 4/7/2023 - 4/9/2023

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Frequently Asked Questions

Bitcamp is a hackathon that values participant experience and mentorship over competitiveness and points. Come to have fun with your friends, learn something new, eat s'mores, and have a generally awesome time. We have all sorts of crazy activities planned for you...come find out the rest!
A hackathon is a creative marathon all about building something cool. Students are encouraged to come up with an idea, form teams, and then build out that idea (typically through programming!) into a product in 36 hours. We want you to take something you love (sports, art, camping, anything!) and combine it with technology to make something awesome. It's a great time to push the envelope and learn some new skills.
No prior experience is required to attend Bitcamp. Exciting workshops and helpful mentors will give you the resources to help you build your dream project. Just come with your head and a willingness to learn!
No idea? No team? No problem! There will be dedicated events during Bitcamp for idea creation and team formations.
Unfortunately, we are currently not accepting minor applications — check back in late February for updates on minor applications!
Although Bitcamp is a hackathon, there is no requirement to hack if you don't want to. If hacking isn't your thing, you can still participate in our exciting workshops and fun mini-events.
We'd love to get you on our volunteering or mentoring teams! If you'd like to help, keep an eye out later for a volunteer form. Also, be sure to follow us on Facebook and Twitter for updates!
Projects are submitted by teams to DevPost. You don't need to finalize your team until project submissions are due during the event. You may work individually or in a team of up to four campers. Don't have a team in mind? No problem! Bitcamp will kick off with an optional team formation event.
Admittance into Bitcamp will be going out on a rolling basis.
Any college student or high school student is more than welcome to apply to Bitcamp!
Yes! There is no cost to attend Bitcamp.
People not registered for Bitcamp will not be allowed entrance to the hackathon.
From Augmented Reality Human-Scale Pong to a research paper detailing vulnerabilities in Google's reCaptcha system, the projects at Bitcamp span across all categories and interests. You can check out all of the amazing submissions at the Bitcamp 2022 Devpost!
Arduinos, sensors (ultrasonic, photoresistors, thermistors), inputs (buttons, switches), outputs (LEDs, piezo speakers, 7-segment displays, micro servo motors), passive components (resistors, capacitors, diodes), and wiring.
We'd love to have you attend! You can fill out the travel interest form located here!
No, attendees are not required to wear a mask. However, feel free to wear a mask if you would like!
Other questions? Just email us at [email protected]