Freelancers, hackers, geeks, students, employees and talented individuals with interest in IT, from CoderDojo kids to senior engineers. Designers are also warmly welcome.
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The limit for places at HackTM, is rather high, but we also expect a huge participating interest. Therefore we might have to limit entries. Register early and you'll be on the safe side.
We will provide you access to the event, food & beverage, HackTM T-shirt & swag, the chance to win awesome prizes & lots of fun!
The cost of the ticket depends on your professional status. You can find out more here.
We are encouraging people to attend in teams of up to 5 members but if you are a tough lonely rider, you can act by yourself!
If you don't have a team, we can help you join one at latest in the day of the event. A mixing pot where you can announce your availability and check others' needs will be available.
This will be a de-focused hackathon. We expect your ideas will fit in on or other of the tracks. If not, we are ready to dedicate a special corner to the most exotic, impossible-to-clasify, hacker species!
It's not what we are most fond of, but if you show from events early begining your project's repo we can admit your case. However, this type of projects will be handicapped at evaluation.
Laptop & charger. Your preferred slippers and coffee mug. Not too many bandwidth-eating devices.
We'll have some, but you are highly encouraged to bring yours and impress the whole gathering.
Yes, we like to see hordes of unleashed hackers under the same single roof. You'll like it too, for sure!
Not at all, we are not able to manage and implement our own ideas, so you'll keep full ownership. We only want to make sure we'll have the bragging rights to mention that your empire started in our huble hackathon, when you'll launch your IPO.
You can bring your sleeping bag with you at the event location.
Hostel Costel can also be an alternative.
Definitely yes! We'll have a blood sugar level measuring protocol and we'll strive to keep it in the optimal range. Not with IV glucose, but with pizza, chicken, fries, cookies, etc.
Whatever programming language you want. We'll reward the participant proving he's the only one proficient in a specific language or the first one that infirms this singularity claim.
Yes! Yes! Yes! Actually not if it is not morale or if it is offending the common sense.
We'll have mentors to extract you from the bottlenecks and help you go further. Actually they'll most probably help you to avoid getting stuck.
Feel free to e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org.