A hackathon is a collaborative event, lasting hours to days, where individuals or teams intensely work on a specific project, often involving software development and problem-solving. Popular in the tech industry, hackathons have expanded to various fields. The term combines "hack" (exploratory programming) with "marathon" (a sustained effort).

Hackathons are centered around a specific theme or challenge that participants aim to address through their projects.

Hackathons are time-bound events, usually lasting from a few hours to a few days.

Participants can form teams or work individually, depending on the structure of the hackathon.

Participants engage in hands-on work, developing prototypes, software, hardware, or other tangible solutions.

Participants can acquire new skills, gain exposure to different technologies, and build a portfolio of projects.

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