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We’ll be giving you the inside scoop on what to expect as we learn about the latest hackathon.
Hacker News’ Tech Hub, a place to learn about new and upcoming technology, will be on display on the HackersCon2017 conference floor this Thursday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., with a livestream on HackerNews.com.
You can find more details about the event here.
If you’re not a Hacker News subscriber, the event will be live streamed on Hacker News Live.
The event is free to attend, but there will be a $5 registration fee that will be waived at the door.
We’ve asked attendees to register in advance.
The Hacker News event will feature panel discussions on topics ranging from how to build a business from scratch to how to grow an audience in the digital age.
If there’s a topic you’d like to see discussed, let us know.
You’ll also get the chance to ask questions in a live moderated Q&A session with Hacker News staff, and there will also be a chance to meet and greet fellow hackers in the company of some of the world’s top software engineers.
The hackathon will run from April 17 to April 22.
For more information, visit the hackathon website.
HackerNews Live, Hacker News’s live streaming platform, will also livestream the event, which is free and open to the public.
For information on how to sign up, read our post on how you can participate in the Hackathon.
You will also get a chance with HackerNews staff to meet some of our team and see some of their work.
The Hackerscon2017 event will begin at 9:00 a.meaut.m on Thursday, April 17 and will run until 12:00 p.meen.
It’s scheduled to conclude at 10:00am on April 22, with the first round of panel discussions starting at 1:00pm.
In addition, a special Hacker News panel will discuss the best practices of software engineering, and a hackathon competition will be running on the day of the conference.
The panel discussion will feature the following participants: Marko Stojanovic, chief technology officer at Google, John Gruber, co-founder and CTO of Twitter, and Mike Gallagher, cofounder and chief strategy officer at Pinterest.
If Hacker News isn’t your cup of tea, there’s still plenty of other things to do during the conference, including the HackstersCon2017 Hackathon Competition, a competition for companies looking to grow their audience, attract new talent, and increase their user growth.
The Competition starts at 3 p.mm. on Friday, April 18 and ends at 7 p.pm.
The top five teams will be announced on the conference floor.
The final winners will receive a prize of up to $200,000.