Join us from November 25th to November 26th at the Mathematical Institute, University of Oxford for the third edition of OxfordHack. This year, at the oldest university in the English-speaking world, hackers from around the world will be pushing the boundaries of technology to new limits.
Last year, we brought together over 300 coders from 53 universities, to create everything from a robot that fights unhappy people, to online whiteboards with LaTeX support. Make sure to check out last year’s hackathon, photos, and submissions!
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What can I build? What about IP?
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I am under 18. / Who can attend?
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Do you have a code of conduct?
Can I claim travel reimbursements?
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SCHEDULE AND INFORMATION
You can view the schedule here (it will be updated when/if there are changes)
A map of the places mentioned in the schedule is below
This year, we will be using Sprint HackerEarth to have teams upload their projects: see the relevant link also below Important Links. If you haven’t gotten an email to register, please do so through the link below. Once you are into the platform, please toggle on “I’m Looking for Teammates.” Please have one member of your team build the team, and then invite the other individuals of your team by browsing through participants on the platform. The rest is pretty straightforward, and you will also submit your projects through Sprint HackerEarth. If you have any questions regarding the use of this platform, please don’t hesitate to ask us.
If you haven’t registered/been registered yet for our submissions/team formation/judging criteria/prizes platform, Sprint HackerEarth, please do so now at the following link:
Please join our Slack for any updates and for general communication in between hackers and teams! You can join our Slack here
We would also like to note that by attending OxfordHack, that you are agreeing to be photographed and videotaped for social media/press/promotion purposes. Please use the hashtag #OxfordHack to share your excitement and photos on social media, and for reposts
Travel reimbursement will be assessed on a case by case basis. There will be no accommodation reimbursements. All applications will be reviewed and we will inform you of the decision thereafter: please provide us with an expense claim here before 11.59 pm, 29 November
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