• Follow the MLH code of conduct here.
  • Only currently enrolled in high schools (grades 9-12) in the United States of America may compete in HackTJ 9.0.
  • Each team in HackTJ 9.0 must consist of at most four people.
  • You can only opt into one of these categories: Mobile, Web, and Beginner. You may enter as many sponsor & MLH categories as you want. NOTE: You are not required to enter into one of the Mobile, Web, or Beginner categories. First-year coder means each member of your team must be in their first year of learning how to code. If you are a first-year coder, you are not required to compete in the Beginner category and may register for another one of the major categories instead.
  • You are not allowed to write any code before the hackathon starting April 16th, 11:30 am ET, or after the hackathon ends on April 17th, 8 am ET.
  • You must include code in your submission (GitHub repo link **preferred**, attached zip folder).
  • You must include the sources of any SIGNIFICANT amount of code you did not write yourself in the description of your Devpost submission.
  • NOTE: Hacks entered into prize categories provided by our sponsors will also be judged by them.