We believe hackathons are changing the world. Hackathons are all about innovation. Hackathons provide an excellent way for hackers to learn, innovate, and create something unique.
MLH is a community-driven organization which aims to empower hackers. MLH has powered over 200 weekend-long innovation competitions for a community of 65,000+ students. MLH and HackerEarth share a common passion—helping hackers across the globe to learn and innovate.
Today, we are thrilled to announce HackerEarth Sprint’s new integration with MLH, which will make it very simple for organizers to host MLH hackathons on HackerEarth Sprint.
Sachin Gupta, CEO and Co-founder of HackerEarth, said, “We strongly believe in MLH’s mission and are excited to be working together to provide a great experience to both organizers and participants.”
With a single setting in Sprint, the following are taken care of:
- Login with MyMLH: Login with MyMLH allows users to login/signup through MyMLH. This will automatically fetch the participant details and display them on the dashboard.
- MLH Special Prizes: All the special prizes from MLH are automatically added to your hackathon’s special prizes.
- MLH Badge: The MLH badge will be placed on your hackathon cover image.
- MLH Hardware devices: The participants are informed about the hardware devices made available to them by MLH, and they can easily tag their submissions with the devices they have used.
We will continue working with MLH to improve the experience for both hackathon organizers and participants.
Jon Gottfried, Co-Founder of MLH, said, “We are very excited to work with HackerEarth to standardize the MLH experience for hackers and organizers across the platforms that they use to run their Member Events.”
To learn more about Major League Hacking, check out https://mlh.io/
About Major League Hacking
Major League Hacking (MLH) is the official student hackathon league. Each year, MLH powers over 200 weekend-long invention competitions that inspire innovation, cultivate communities and teach computer science skills to more than 65,000 students around the world. MLH is an engaged and passionate maker community, consisting of the next generation of technology leaders and entrepreneurs.