Participants ("hackers") spend 36 hours working in small teams to build or code or design projects
that they're excited about. There are workshops, mentors, food, and swag, to guide you along
the way. You bring your ideas, and we give you everything you need to make them come to life. This
year, TigerHacks is hybrid, allowing both virtual and in-person participants.
We are requiring that you have no more than 4 people on a team. In other words, teams can range
from 1 - 4 individuals.
Any number of things: web development, Android, iOS, AI/ML, AR/VR, game development, or hardware.
Whatever interests you most is likely to yield the best results :)
Nope! We will have lots of resources including workshops and a sweet mentorship system to help
beginners get started. We will also dedicate one room to new hackers and have several project ideas to help you
TigerHacks is organized and hosted by a group of dedicated and passionate young nerds, who are
members of the Mizzou Computing Association at the University of Missouri.
The University of Missouri currently has no mask mandate, but we plan to remain masked up at events where social distancing will be difficult and ask that you do the same!
When working with your team in a space socially distanced from others, you are free to make the decision for yourself.
Registration opens up at 5 PM CDT on November 5th on th21.devpost.com! If you need a team, you can find individuals
on the Discord or DevPost, or we help you form a team.
We plan to have a live feed and recording of the Opening Ceremony, Brainstorming Session, Tech Talks, Movie Night, How To Demo, and the Closing Ceremony.
If you've got something else on your mind, send it our way at firstname.lastname@example.org! Additionally,
feel free to message any member of the Planning Committee on Discord.