The third time may very well be the allure in the event you haven’t but scored your free tickets to the Disrupt Berlin Hackathon. Immediately, we’ve launched a third batch of tickets to probably the most thrilling, grueling, 24-hour check of a developer’s chops. Tickets can be found on a first-come-first-served foundation, so get your tickets now earlier than they’re gone for good.
The Hackathon takes place on December 2-Three, the weekend previous the total Disrupt Berlin convention. Image it; a whole lot of builders and engineers all through Europe and past will descend on Berlin, kind groups and spend 24 hours creating, coding and hacking their option to a totally new, cool or probably life-changing product.
Rivals get one hour to kind groups, and the Hackathon kicks off at 1:30 pm on Saturday. Groups have till 9:30 the next morning to finish their venture. Try the whole Hackathon schedule (all instances are CET). Lastly, every group will get a mere 60 seconds on the Disrupt stage to impress a panel of judges. No strain!
Talking of judges right here’s who you’ll have to impress:
Sabela Garcia Cuesta, Program Supervisor, Subsequent Media Accelerator
Sabela Garcia Cuesta works at subsequent media accelerator (NMA) in Hamburg offering early stage media startups a spot to develop quick and scale in Europe getting into first the German market. As program supervisor she represents NMA in Germany and overseas spreading this system’s advantages for European and Israeli startups, scouting potential candidates for this system and mingling with media executives and buyers. She additionally guides the groups as soon as they’ve come to Germany to assist them attain their goals.
Tina Egolf, CPO, Clue
Tina Egolf leads pirate ships (aka product groups). As Clue’s CPO she is at the moment defining the worldwide product technique and constructing the product, development and monetisation groups for Clue, the #1 cell app for feminine well being worldwide. Earlier than becoming a member of Clue, she took a detour into consulting with ThoughtWorks, labored for Podio as Senior Product Supervisor, based and failed together with her personal startup and bought up to date artwork. She additionally blogs about “future of labor” and coordinates the Hamburg Geekettes, a community for girls within the tech and startup scene.
Susanne Kaiser, CTO, simply.social
Because the CTO at Simply Software program, Susanne Kaiser is accountable for the software program improvement of JUST SOCIAL – offering apps for collaboration and communication in organizations. She has a background in laptop sciences and a technical and entrepreneurial experience for greater than 15 years. She can also be a public speaker on worldwide tech levels.
Diana Knodel, CEO & founder, App Camps
Diana Knodel is the founder and CEO of App Camps (appcamps.de), a non-profit that brings coding and digital abilities into the classroom. With a background in laptop science, psychology and academic analysis she labored in academia and the IT trade as a software program engineer, product supervisor and group lead. In 2016 Diana was appointed as visitor professor and lecturer at Technical College of Berlin, educating future educators about coding and CS within the classroom. Diana is an envoy for the Hamburg Geekettes and brings collectively aspiring and established feminine tech innovators. Version F and D64 named her as one of many 25 main ladies in Germany for the digital future.
Lisa Lang, CEO & founder, Electroculture
In now greater than 10 years into her know-how and media profession, Lisa Lang has gained a robust popularity for being a game-changer in digital product and media innovation. She has based ElektroCouture in 2014, a collaborative home for bespoke applied sciences. Lisa is a mentor to a number of European Startups, and has been named one of many high 100 most influential folks in wearable tech worldwide.
Ina Wagner, Head of pupil relations, CODE
There’s no scarcity of causes to take part. You’ll push and broaden your abilities, join with like-minded coders from all over the world and be amazed and impressed by the creativity of your coding colleagues. Want an instance of what a centered group of coders can construct in lower than 24 hours? A group of highschool juniors on the Disrupt NY ‘17 Hackathon created reVIVE, a VR device that helps each analysis and deal with ADHD — they usually took dwelling the grand prize.
And talking of the grand prize, the successful group will get $5,000 (and severe bragging rights). Everybody will get the possibility to win devices, toys and different financial prizes. Oh, you additionally get to chow down on midnight pizza and beer.
Right here’s but yet one more nice motive to get hacking; each group that scores three or extra factors from the judges receives two free tickets to attend the total Disrupt Berlin convention on December Four-5.
Yup, ace your presentation and also you get to expertise all of the techie goodness that Disrupt has to supply (without cost): titans of tech talking from the primary stage, Startup Battlefield, Startup Alley, Off the Document classes, severe networking and one of the best after-parties anyplace.
The time is what we prefer to name Now O’clock. Get your tickets as we speak and produce your creativity, your mad abilities and your greatest concepts to the Disrupt Berlin Hackathon.