27th - 28th November 2015
National Art Gallery
Showcase your skills, let innovation and creativity flow, challenge yourself, build something awesome and new.
Give back to the community, solve a problem, changes lives. Contribute to the open-source world.
Meet like minded people, exchange ideas, observe and learn from each other.
Win awesome goodies, prizes and take home the ultimate prize... bragging rights!
Event participation is free and open for all – the only rule being participants are required to be available at the event for the duration of the event.
Unfortunately, there is a finite number of participants that can be accommodated at the event location and will be accepted on a first-come basis. Participants should RSVP via the Kickstart website beforehand to guarantee a place and help us prepare better.
Participants may work on any type of project and are free to use any tools, programming languages, architecture and hardware of their choice.
Participants will be given a 3 minute slot to pitch their project idea and may pitch upto 2 project ideas. Participants may work alone or form teams (maximum 3 people per team). The pitch can be used to entice others to join or to find people to team-up with.
Any software and systems developed at the hackathon will remain the property of the respective developer(s). Developers may choose to release their project as open-source software with a license of their liking, or keep their project private or may offer it for sale.