On August 24th, join us for the most lit weekend hackathon of the summer at Top Hat HQ (151 Bloor St W, Suite 200, Toronto)! We will be bringing you the hottest event to dive into splashing ideas, chill with the brightest tech minds of Toronto, and connect with top companies from across North America.
Come code, network, grab a bite, and end off your summer the best way possible: at Hack the 6ix.
For general questions or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
*Disclaimer: By attending this event, you, the participant, give full release and creative use of all pictures and videos taken by Hack The 6ix throughout the duration of the event to Hack The 6ix. You accept and acknowledge that all media may be posted via social media and public channels.*
Hack the 6ix is open to individuals invited by the organizers to participate as a result of the invitation or selection process. Participation in the Hackathon constitutes Participant’s full and unconditional agreement to and acceptance of these Terms and Conditions (“Terms”). The term “you” refers to you, the “Participant”. Failure to abide by the regulations outlined or the associated rules may render the participant ineligible to participate or win “prizes”.
TECHNICAL COMPLEXITY (25% Weighting)
Technical complexity, number of API uses, depth of API use, and other incorporated technologies/hardware.
DESIGN (25% Weighting)
User experience, intuitiveness, ease of use, and generally how good your project looks.
BUSINESS PRACTICALITY (25% Weighting)
Your project’s real business applications, can the POC be expanded to create a real, marketable product to consumers.
CREATIVITY (25% Weighting)
How unique and original your project is.
$6,475 in prizes
$1,000 CAD Cash
One (1) Drone Per Winning Team Member
$500 CAD in Indico API Credits Per Winning Team Member
$500 CAD Cash
One (1) Amazon Echo Dot Per Winning Team Member
$250 CAD in Indico API Credits Per Winning Team Member
$250 CAD Cash
One (1) Bluetooth Lazer Keyboard Per Winning Team Member
$100 CAD in Indico API Credits Per Winning Team Member
Best Use of StdLib in Hack
One (1) Nintendo Switch Console Per Winning Team Member
*Provided by StdLib*
Best Use of Security in Hack
One (1) Raspberry Pi 3 Arduino Per Winning Team Member
*Provided by Digital Boundary Group*
Best Use of AR in Hack
One (1) $100 Vanilla VISA Gift Card Per Winning Team Member
*Provided by Scotiabank*
Best Domain Name from Domain.com
One (1) Raspberry Pi & PiHut Essential Kit Per Winning Team Member
Best IoT Hack Using a Qualcomm Device
One (1) DragonBoard 410C Per Winning Team Member
SnapKit Weekly Challenge from Snapchat
One (1) Pair of Snapchat Spectacles Per Winning Team Member
Best Use of Clarifai’s API
Hacker gear from Clarifai for each winning team member
Best Use of HERE.com
Hacker gear & swag from HERE.com for each winning team member
Best Use of Learning in Hack
*Provided by TopHat*
Best Social Good Hack from Fidelity Weekly Challenge
Submitting to this hackathon could earn you:
How to enter
Entries will be submitted via Devpost before the announced closing time.
Stdlib - Co-Founder
Stdlib - CEO
Gabrielle Singh Cadieux
TopHat - Full Stack Developer
TopHat - DevOps Engineer
TopHat - Lead Developer
Deloitte Digital - Business Technology Analyst
Digital Boundary Group - Director, External Security Services
Vena Solutions - Developer
Vena Solutions - Developer
Oliver Wyman - Management Consultant
Nudge.ai - Head of Marketing
Phaze - CEO
25% Weighting Technical complexity, number of API uses, depth of API use, and other incorporated technologies/hardware.
25% Weighting User experience, intuitiveness, ease of use, and generally how good your project looks.
25% Weighting Your project’s real business applications, can the POC be expanded to create a real, marketable product to consumers.
25% Weighting How unique and original your project is.