Howdy Hack

Registration is closed

September 15 - September 16


Let's Write Some Redass Code

Howdy Hack is a 24 hour coding marathon, from and for innovative hackers at Texas A&M University. Howdy Hackers will brainstorm, build, and break, before they’ll finally bring a product to a panel of judges for evaluation and hopefully win some cool prizes. Beyond hacking, Howdy Hack is about connecting creative and talented hackers at TAMU with tech companies they are interested in. We want to give hackers the opportunity to show off their capabilities to an audience who will listen. Howdy Hack offers a chance to meet recruiters from a diverse set of companies to ensure there’s a company for everybody, as well as workshops and social activities to make the most of the event.

We could spend all day listing reasons to come, but here's a few


Free Swag

Free Food

Awesome Prizes


12:30 PM
1:30 PM
Opening Ceremony
2:00 PM
Hacking Starts
3:00 PM
MLH Localhost Workshop
6:00 PM
7:00 PM
Company Workshop
9:00 PM
Gaming Tournament
11:00 PM
Competitive Ninja
12:00 AM
Midnight Snack
8:00 AM
12:00 PM
DevPost Submission
12:00 PM
1:00 PM
2:00 PM
Final Round
2:30 PM


What if I've never attended a hackathon before?

Whether you're a seasoned veteran or a fresh newbie, people of all skill sets are welcome!

Will there be parking and travel reimbursement?

This is our first year as a hackathon, which means unfortunately we don't have the resources to pay for travel reimbursement or parking.

How do teams get formed?

You're welcome to come with a team if you have an idea, but if you don't, we'll be doing team-forming activities at the beginning of the event. Coming without a team is a great way to learn new skills and meet new people!

Can I work on something I've started?

No. You can play out your work beforehand, but please don't work on a project during the event that you started before the event.

How do I sign up?

Unfortunately, registration is now closed

What should I bring?

Your computer, your creativity, some hygienics if you're staying overnight, and comfortable clothes!

What shouldn't I bring?

Please don't bring drugs, alcohol, or anything else.

Will hardware be provided?

Unfortunately, no. All the hardware you plan to need for your project will have to be provided by yourself.

What is your code of conduct?
I have another question, but I don't see it here.

Contact us! We've got a Twitter and here's our email: [email protected]



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Room #2005

101 Bizzell St.

College Station, TX 77843

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