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Open Hack Day India – 14th and 15th of February

Namaste!

You didn’t think being in Bangalore once was enough for the Open Hack Day, did you?

We’re back and we’re ready to see what creative hacks the Indian developer community can come up with.

Where?
The Taj Residency, Bangalore

When?
The weekend of 14th and 15th of February

Want to come?

Register either for only the presentations (weak) or for the full hack day (good) at the Open Hack Day India 2009 registration page.

This is the only official signup for the event, you need to get your free ticket there!

Detailed Agenda:

Saturday Feb 14th

8am – Registration Begins
9am-1pm – Technology Presentations
1pm – 24 hour Overnight Hacking begins
7pm-10pm – Special Valentines Entertainment for Hackers and 1 Guest (Details To Be Announced)

Sunday Feb 15th

12pm – Hackers Last Hour Call – Start registering your hack for Demos
1pm – Hacking Ends – Lunch
2pm – Hack Demos begin
6pm – Judging & Awards
7pm – wrap-up & disperse

Other resources:

* The Flickr group
* a Facebook Group
* and a Facebook Event

See you there!

We’ll be inviting 200-300 developers to attend this FREE event, which will begin with hack-related presentations from some of the Web’s most respected developers. We’ll then dive into 24 hours of hacking on a very nice collection of tools, APIs, and data, and end with awards from the sponsors plus bragging rights until the end of eternity or the next Hack Day, whichever comes first.

Naturally, we plan to provide physical and mental sustenance throughout the event.

If you’d like to be considered for participation please let us know now. Due to the limited size of the venue, we will be reviewing applications for attendance and giving preference to those we believe will best be able to contribute to the development of a hack at the event. You could be hacking individually or in groups but do sign-up individually.

To support your application, please enter information (such as a link to your blog or other online presence) in the “Special Requirements” section on the third page of the application form. Also please comment on why or what you would expect at this event that would make it useful to you.

What do you need to know? The The Yahoo Developer Network is at developer.yahoo.com, which also includes links to our latest open platform such as

Along with your favourites

We’ve set up a whole load of links for the day itself.

If you’re tagging stuff use hackdayindia (#hackdayindia on twitter)

When?

14th February ’09 – 15th February ’09.

Where?

The Taj Residency, Bangalore

Sign Up! FREE

Hurry! There are 417 tickets left!

You could be hacking individually or in groups but do sign-up individually.

There are 2 types of attendees registration choices:

  • Info Geek (lame) – those who are interested in attending the Technology Seminars and presentations on Saturday Morning
  • Hacker Gurus (awesome) – those who are pure of heart, love hacking up new ideas, creative souls, free-birds, possess entrepreneurial passions, or just want to build something for world peace… for a 2 day overnite tech mayhem & hacking bliss – including the Saturday Tech Presentations, hacking through the night, Sunday demos & judging & prizes.

Book your place now!. You know you want to. Due to the limited size of the venue, we will be reviewing applications for attendance and giving preference to those we believe will best be able to contribute to the development of a hack at the event. We will send “Open Hack Day Confirmed” emails by end of January to all the selected registrations applications.

To support your application, please enter information (such as a link to your blog or other online presence) in the “Requirements” section on the third page of the application form. Also please comment on why or what you would expect at this event that would make it useful to you.

If you have any queries, please contact us on apatel@yahoo-inc.com or cmehta@yahoo-inc.com.

Sign Up Now!

Comments
  1. jeanclaude says:

    i am looking for the dictionary for wpa crack

  2. Thank you for the good writeup. It if truth be told was a leisure account it.
    Look advanced to more delivered agreeable from you!
    By the way, how can we be in contact?

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