Calling hackers, developers and designers— strut your stuff and you could win tickets to Disrupt EU!
Welcome to the Disrupt Europe 2014 Hackathon! Our Hackathons are crazy, exciting, exhausting events where hundreds of coders and developers come together to form teams which have just shy of 24 hours to build something amazing from the ground up.
Schedule of Events for TechCrunch Hackathon at Old Billingsgate
Saturday, October 18, 2014
12:30pm – Registration opens and lunch is served
Dedicated area for people to network to form hack teams
1:30pm – Hacking Kickoff
2:00-6:00pm – API Workshops TBA
7:00pm – Dinner
Midnight – Food and snacks
Sunday, October 19, 2014
7:00am – Breakfast served
9:30am – Hacking concludes and hacks submitted to ChallengePost wiki
10:00am – General public welcome to enter to attend hackathon presentations
11:00am – Hackathon presentations begin
2:00pm* – Hackathon will conclude with final awards and recognitions will be provided by the judges. *The final awards may be held earlier or later depending on the duration of hack presentations.
- Please note, times are subject to change
Any developer or designer with a ticket is eligible to enter the hackathon.
Participants must create a functioning prototype or MVP of a new product. The idea of the hack can be conceived previously however all code must be completed within the time limits of the event.
How to enter
HACKERS & DEVS – Tickets are for Developers who wish to participate and work on hack projects to present ONLY. If you are not working on a project please DO NOT register for a Hacker Ticket. Tickets are available on a limited basis.
SPONSORS – There are many ways for companies to partner with the Hackathon. At Disrupt EU, we’ve had sponsored API platforms for hackers to develop on, as well as several amazing contests, with companies offering cash and in-kind prizes. To learn how you can provide support for the developer community, please contact email@example.com.
Claudia De Antoni
Scale of Awesome
Judges will be focusing on creativity, cleverness, and that deep-down sense of “Whoaaaaaaa“