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Welcome to the Disrupt NY 2014 Hackathon! Our Hackathons are crazy, exciting, exhausting events where hundreds of coders and developers come together to form teams which have just shy of 24 hours to build something amazing from the ground up.


Any developer or designer with a ticket is eligible to enter the hackathon.


Participants must create a functioning prototype or MVP of a new product. The idea of the hack can be conceived previously however all code must be completed within the time limits of the event.

Hackathon Sponsors


$5,000 in prizes

Overall Winner

1st Runner Up

2nd Runner Up

Mailjet (3)

Concur Technologies

Yammer (2)

Yodlee Interactive

Microsoft (2)

Weather Underground





Best UX

Presented by UX Awards

Devpost Achievements

Submitting to this hackathon could earn you:

How to enter

HACKERS & DEVS – Tickets are for Developers who wish to participate and work on hack projects to present ONLY. If you are not working on a project please DO NOT register for a Hacker Ticket. Tickets are available on a limited basis.

SPONSORS – There are many ways for companies to partner with the Hackathon. At Disrupt SF, we’ve had sponsored API platforms for hackers to develop on, as well as several amazing contests, with companies offering cash and in-kind prizes. To learn how you can provide support for the developer community, please contact

SPECTATORS may attend the Sunday Hackathon Presentation. Spectator tickets will be made available just before the event.


Adam Rothenberg

Adam Rothenberg
Partner, BoxGroup

Jessica Lawrence

Jessica Lawrence
Executive Director, NY Tech Meetup (NYTM)

Bryan Hamilton

Bryan Hamilton
Vice President, User Experience at Razorfish

Elena Silenok

Elena Silenok
Founder, Clothia

Charlie O’Donnell

Charlie O’Donnell
Founder, Brooklyn Bridge Ventures

Judging Criteria

  • Scale of Awesome
    Judges will be focusing on creativity, cleverness, and that deep-down sense of “Whoaaaaaaa“

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