Hack the Past

For this edition of HackHarvard, we're intent on applying a timeline to the hackathon experience.
We want to bring back the old technology that started it all, the classic technology that people still look upon at that inspire them to improve or create amazing products. It's a simple idea, but we want our hackers to take it in all sorts of fantastic ways; whether it's reworking a well-known gadget or creating the next iteration of a common solution, the things that will come out of this hackathon are bound to embody elements of the old and the new.

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Judges

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Diane Williams
MIT / Harvard

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Jacob Fohtung
Harvard School of Public Health

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Disha Chabey
Illumina

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Sucheth Koppa
Illumina

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Gabe Ochoa
Bloomberg

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Chris Beard
Bloomberg

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Yves Azzam
Bloomberg

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Grace Chen
Bloomberg

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James Celona
Dell

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Mike Fishman
Dell

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Rachel White
Microsoft

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Mike Ferraco
Capital One

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Austen Novis
Capital One

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Nick Maas
Capital One

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CJ Carr
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Judging Criteria

  • Impact
  • Complexity
  • Scope
  • Innovative