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Before you sign up, we’d like to give you some more details:

  • Teams. Teams must include at least 3 and no more than 5 people. You can form teams before the event or on Friday, June 24. Join the LinkedIn group to connect with other registered participants prior to the event. In addition we will list all participants and teams here.
    In case you form your team before the event, please submit the names upon registering for the event or send us a note anytime before June 23. Please note that you must allow at least one additional “outsider” to join your team. You can recruit members for your team during the pre-event on Friday, June 24.
    If you sign up as an individual please get in touch with other participants through the LinkedIn group or take a look at the list of participants. We will also try our best to match you with an existing group. If you haven’t joined a team by Friday, June 24, make sure you come to the pre-event. All teams should be formed by Friday night.
  • Data sets. You may choose from a number of data sets provided by data in sight or share a data set of your own. If you bring your own data, it must be open and  you must agree to uploading it to the database 24 hours before the hackathon (see the data page for more detail).
  • Are you an expert? You have the option to sign up as an expert in a specific field. If you choose to do so, you commit to dedicating one hour of your time during the weekend to helping other teams out.
  • Registration. Go ahead and register now! Sign up by June 23 and pay only $22. After June 23, registration costs $33. Students can sign up for only $10. If you are a student, contact us to secure your discounted ticket. A limited quantity of student registrations will be available.

Okay, enough said! Ready to sign up? Go ahead and register now to catch an early bird ticket!
We look forward to meeting you on June 24th!

Do you have a question in the meantime? Ask us.

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