1. All submitted work for the project must be done during the Build Week. We will be able to check each team's Git commits to verify this.
  2. Teams are permitted to use libraries, frameworks, open source code and APIs in their project.
  3. Teams can use ideas they had prior to the event.
  4. Teams for the Hack Sprint will consist of strictly 4-6 people.
  5. All teams must stop hacking once the submission deadline time is reached.
  6. Teams can be disqualified for inappropriate conduct as per the event organisers' discretion.
  7. Teams registering for the First Year Prize will have their student IDs verified.

Code of conduct

This event is a safe and inclusive environment for everyone. In order for us to preserve this, we have set up a code of conduct that everyone involved in the Hack Sprint must follow. Failure to do so will result in your elimination from the event and potential ban from any future events as well.

  • We will not tolerate any form of harassment. These include, but are not limited to:
    • Depreciative comments.
    • Sexual language and imagery.
    • Taking photos or videos of people without their consent.
    • Use of offensive language.
    • Jeering or other actions that purposefully disrupts presenters.
    • Any other action that may cause an individual to feel uncomfortable.

Ultimately, we want everyone in this event to feel safe and be who they are without feeling attacked by others. In order to achieve this, we required everyone's effort in making this an inclusive space.