Cycle down to the center of Baltimore to pedal your ideas & projects with other innovators, creatives, thinkers and doers for an amazing weekend full of learning and healthy competition.
Three tracks will help you direct your ideas full-steam ahead. Maybe it’s a problem that needs to be solved, an idea without the time, a skill that could help someone else, or just silly geekery, we welcome all skill levels and reasons for hanging out. Choose your own adventure & have fun!
$9,600 in prizes
Best Civic Tech Projects (2)
First & second place prizes for the Civic Tech Track. The awards are as follows: 1st place: $1000 2nd place: $600. Find an innovative or creative solution to an issue experienced in Baltimore City. Use data to better serve Baltimore City citizens.
Best Hardware Projects (2)
First and second place prizes for the Hardware Track. The awards are as follows: 1st place: $1000 2nd place: $600. Use hardware to solve a problem, be funny, create a product, or start a business! Examples: Productivity hacks, energy solutions, healthcare devices.
Best Software Projects (2)
Firs and second place prizes for the Software Track. The awards are as follows: 1st place: $1000 2nd place: $600. Use software to solve a problem, be funny, create a product, or start a business! Mobile apps, websites, software, etc. are all options.
The audience choice for their favorite project.
Submitting to this hackathon could earn you:
We welcome all ages and skill levels! You must be present for the opening and closing ceremony in order to be eligible to win.
To be announced!
How to enter
Register via our website: https://www.baltimorehackathon.com/2019/purchase-tickets
Software Engineer and Author
Director, Digital DevOps, BCIT
Oluwadamilola (Dami) Arinde
Doctoral Candidate at Towson University and Professor at Frostburg State University
Mckeever E. Conwell
Co-Manager, Pre-Seed Builder Fund at TEDCO
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