UCR's 12 hour beginneroriented hackathon.
Here's a short and sweet hackathon for beginners and veterans alike. Cutie Hack promises to be welcoming of all skill levels and hack ideas. Come and build whatever you can imagine!
Find out more information at cutiehack.io/live!
Prizes
$20,558 in prizes
1st Place
4x Apple AirPods Pros with Charging Case (Wired)
4x 1year subscription to WolframOne Personal Edition
4x 1year subscription to WolframAlpha Pro
2nd Place
4x Tile Essentials Bundle
4x 1year subscription to WolframOne Personal Edition
4x 1year subscription to WolframAlpha Pro
Organizer's Pick
4x Google Home Mini
4x 1year subscription to WolframOne Personal Edition
4x 1year subscription to WolframAlpha Pro
Student's Choice
4x Matcha Whisk Set
4x 1year subscription to WolframOne Personal Edition
4x 1year subscription to WolframAlpha Pro
Best UI/UX Hack
4x Mechanical Keyboard + Mouse Bundle
4x 1year subscription to WolframOne Personal Edition
4x 1year subscription to WolframAlpha Pro
Best Use of .XYZ Domain (3)
4x XYZ Swag Gift Bag
4x 1year subscription to WolframOne Personal Edition
4x 1year subscription to WolframAlpha Pro
Best use of EchoAR
4x $50 Amazon Gift Cards
4x 1month free Business Tier access
4x 1year subscription to WolframOne Personal Edition
4x 1year subscription to WolframAlpha Pro
Best Theme Related Hack
4x Orange Plushie Pillow
4x 1year subscription to WolframOne Personal Edition
4x 1year subscription to WolframAlpha Pro
Best Hardware Hack
4x Arduino Uno
4x 1year subscription to WolframOne Personal Edition
4x 1year subscription to WolframAlpha Pro
Best Beginner Hack
4x Desk Lamp w/ Wireless Charger
4x 1year subscription to WolframOne Personal Edition
4x 1year subscription to WolframAlpha Pro
Devpost Achievements
Submitting to this hackathon could earn you:
Eligibility
 Participants: Admitted students can hack
 Teams: Team membership is capped at 4 members
Requirements
It is the responsibility of the teams to opt into judging criteria categories on Devpost.
Please submit a demo video (<2minutes) with your project in order to be judged.
Judges
Dr. Brian Crites
Backend Engineer at PiñataFarms
Dr. Paea LePendu
Assistant Teaching Professor
Dr. Mariam Salloum
Assistant Teaching Professor
Jed Schwendiman
Assistant Dean for Development
John Pham
Senior Software Engineer at Smartsheet
Neal Goyal
Technical Program Manager at PayPal
Jacob Poole
Electrical Engineer at Applied Medical
Kelly Downey
Lecturer
William Shiao
PhD Student at UCR
Aditya Acharya
UCR CS Alumunus
John Shin
Software Engineer at Raytheon
Eric Ong
Software Engineer at Intuit
Lucca Psaila
ACM@UCR President
Angela Manlangit
IEEE@UCR President
Sandy Tsan
UCR CS Alumunus
Judging Criteria

Technical Complexity
Is the project is more than just sample code from a tutorial? How far down the rabbit hole did the team go with the scope of their project? 
“Wow” Factor
Is the concept of the project something that you’ve never seen before? Is the execution of the project done in a unique fashion? 
Polish
Does the project look like it’s ready for deployment? Is the project robust from the back end to the enduser? 
Effort
Does the team’s pitch exude passion for the idea they worked on all day? Did they experiment with unfamiliar technologies?
themes
 Productivity
 Social Good
 COVID19