CalgaryHacks is a 24-hour hackathon programming competition that occurs during the reading break of the winter semester (February). Teams of up to 5 create a solution based on the topic given for each respective hackathon. Prizes are awarded to the winning teams.

It is run completely by CSUS and was founded in 2017, by the former CSUS President, Emily Chow and former CSUS VP of Finance, Nicholas Gordon Brons.

Reasons to Participate

  • Put your programming knowledge to practical use
  • Get a chance to create a project that you care about
  • Having a fun time with your friends
  • Bolster your resume
  • Gain connections to the tech industry in Calgary

Past CalgaryHacks