MOUNT ALLISON UNIVERISTY
Think it. Learn it. Build it.
MtA Hacks is a computer science conference hosted by Mount Allison University. We aim to build a computer science community and inspire technological innovation by encouraging high school and university students across the Maritimes to learn, build, and pitch projects. 2019's hackathon will focus on tech for environmental sustainability, and feature workshops, industry booths, and social events.
There are two streams: a 12-hour stream targeted at beginners and a 16-hour stream targeted at more experienced programmers. Registration is open to students of all experience levels and has no fee.
To register click here.
This event is sponsored by the Campbell-Verduyn fund
For more information about becoming a sponsor, visit our sponsorship page.
Please note, this agenda is still in preliminary stages and subject to change.
Please note, workshops are still in preliminary stages and subject to change.
More information about each workshop will become available closer to the day of the event
Wondering what you need for the hackathon? Use this as a guide!
While we encourage participants of all skill levels, please arrive with at least basic knowledge of one programming language.
*Arriving with a team is not mandatory, as the first workshop is geared towards team formation. Teams of 2 to 4 people are permitted. All teammates must register separately and be in the same stream.
**Only if you follow the advice of Douglas Adams.
Situated in Sackville, a New Brunswick town with a population of just over 5000, Mount Allison University is currently ranked as Canada's #1 undergraduate university. This is the 20th year Mount Allison has received this accolade.
High school students travelling to the hackathon will be reimbursed for travel fees at a rate of $0.07 per kilometer per student (ie: carpoolers are paid extra). Please contact email@example.com if you are concerned about transportation.
Information regarding parking and travel will be posted shortly.