Hack Day India

Hack Day India: 5 October – 6 October 2007

We were struck by lightning twice at Hack Day in London, and now we’re back for more. We’re pleased to announce that we plan to hold another open Hack Day in Bangalore on October 5th and 6th, 2007 at The Taj Residency: Bangalore

We’ll be inviting 200 developers to attend the 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.

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.

What do you need to know? The The Yahoo Developer Network is at developer.yahoo.net, which also includes links to Flickr’s services and APIs from Upcoming and del.icio.us.

We’ve set up a whole load of links for the day itself. There’s the Official Site, this Flickr group, and Facebook Group

If you’re tagging stuff use hackdayIndia

For more details of the London and USA events, including a list of hacks and prizewinners, check out the Hack Day Blog. If text isn’t your bag, many, many photos and videos of the events may be found on Flickr or on your favorite video site.

When?

2:30 PM on the 5th October 2007 until 11:00 PM on the 6th October 2007

Where?

The Taj Residency: Bangalore

Sign Up!

Book your place 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.

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

Registration has now ended.

This event is closed. Please contact us for more information.