Codebrew welcomes all students regardless of skill level to work through an exhilarating and rewarding 36 hours in a team environment, to experience the joy of coming up with innovative ideas and turning them into reality.
With the goal of our hackathon being to develop the participants’ technical knowledge, we will also be holding workshops on topics related to UI/UX design, web development, version control etc. leading up to and during the event. Experienced mentors from industry leaders such as Google, IMC, Microsoft, etc. will also be present to provide participants with guidance and offer expert opinions on their ideas.
This year, participants will brainstorm ideas under 3 different tracks for the given theme.
Introductory workshops to help you get started on hackathons.
Monday April 12 2021, 5-6pm
Wednesday April 14 2021, 3-4:30pm
Thursday April 15 2021, 5-6pm
Saturday April 17 2021, 2-3pm
Feeling competitive? Multiple prizes are up for grabs!
Visit our Devpost to view our judging criteria.
Visit our Devpost under the "REQUIREMENTS" section to view our submission guidelines.
Without whom this would not be possible.
Codebrew is an annual hackathon run by students, for students. Hack together a prototype based on a theme over the course of 36 hours.
Any university student can attend Codebrew!
Codebrew will be held from the 16th (Friday) to the 19th (Monday) of April.
This year's theme will be on preparing for the post-COVID era!
4-5 people per team.
$5 per head.
The Care Pack can only be delivered to participants in Australia but not in Melbourne.
Meet like-minded students, network with industry leaders, give yourself an edge when applying for internships and grad jobs, win prizes and make a difference!
Codebrew is run by CISSA, the premier computing club at the University of Melbourne.