LunarHacks is a 12 hour hack day on February 2, 2019 at Mozilla Toronto hosted by Cursor that brings 80 talented, curious, and innovative students together to build amazing projects. We’ll have something for seasoned hackers and those new to the world of hacking! Hackers will be working in teams of 1 - 4 to create and pitch their hacks to compete for amazing prizes! Fasten your seatbelts and get ready for 12 hours of coding, friends and fun!
Yes. As with all Cursor events, participation in LunarHacks is subject to the Cursor Code of Conduct.
It's at 366 Adelaide Street West, Toronto, ON on the 5th floor.
Yes, but you'll need to come in through the rear entrance.
It'll start at 9 AM on February 2, 2019, and end around 8:30 PM
Participants (“hackers”) spend 12 hours working in teams of 1 - 4 people to build or code projects they’re excited about. There are workshops, mentors, food, swag, and buckets of coffee to guide you along the way. You bring your ideas, and we give you everything you need to make them come to life.
We suggest bringing a laptop, chargers (power bars recommended) and any hardware you want to work with (that we haven’t provided)!
Don’t worry! You’ll have plenty of opportunities to find team members leading up to the hack day via our Discord server. During the hackathon, we will also have a mingle session and other amazing activities so you can find a team and start thinking through your ideas!
Students from any education level are welcome to attend LunarHacks!
No, in the interest of fairness, students are not allowed to work start working on their project before LunarHacks, nor are they allowed to work on pre-existing hacks. However, students are welcome to familiarize themselves with APIs and hardware they intend on using beforehand.
Send us an email at [email protected] or send us a message on Facebook and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible.