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, swag, and buckets of coffee to guide
the way. You bring your ideas, and we give you everything you need to make them come to life. This
is hybrid, allowing both virtual and in-person participant.
We STRONGLY SUGGEST you have no more than 4 people on a team. There will be four of each prize
your team size, which may leave some of you unhappy campers. Additionally, larger teams tend to get
Any number of things: web development, Android, iOS, AI/ML, AR/VR, game development, or hardware.
interests you most is likely to yield the best results :)
Nope! We'll have lots of resources including workshops and a sweet mentorship system to help
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.
COVID is rapidly changing and we are constantly evaluating the situation as well as keeping close
contact with Mizzou's College of Engineering to have a safe environment. For now, we plan to have
our event at Lafferre Hall and virtually on Zoom.
If you've got something else on your mind, send it our way at firstname.lastname@example.org!