All attendees are expected to adhere by the Major League Hacking Code of Conduct.

In order to submit a project, you must have been accepted as a participant to the event.  Additionally, projects must also be submitted on to be considered for judging.

To be eligible for prizes, projects and all team members must meet our eligibility criteria:

To participate in Horizons and to be eligible for prizes:

  • Projects must have their Devpost submission linked on
  • Projects must be in compliance with our Cheating Policy, described below.
  • Teams can consist of up to 4 members.
  • All team members must be at least 18 years or older or be a student at Georgia Tech.  

Cheating Policy

By submitting your project to Horizons, you affirm:

  • The project was created during Horizons (between 10 AM ET on Saturday, March 12 and 11 AM ET on Sunday, March 13)
  • The project has not been submitted to any other events or competitions
  • Only the people listed in the submission worked on the project
  • The project is the team's original work
    • You are allowed to use existing open source work, use resources such as Stack Overflow, and consult with others. If you use template or open source code, please provide the link as a citation.
    • You cannot use an already existing project as your submission. Your project must add significant new functionality.

We reserve the right to monitor for cheating both manually and using automated technologies. Projects that do not meet these requirements will be excluded from judging and be ineligible for prizes.