Budapest Hackathon 2017
|When:||2017July 29 - 30th (Saturday & Sunday)|
|Hours:||09:00 ~ 17:00|
|Where:||Gizmodo Media Hungary, 1062 Andrássy út 66.|
The Budapest Haskell User Group will once again hold a two day Haskell Hackathon in Budapest. This is the third the occasion (info about the first, and second hackathon), and this time we will hold it in Gizmodo Media Group's Budapest office. The event is an international, grassroots collaborative coding festival with a simple focus: build and improve Haskell libraries, tools, and infrastructure, and growing the local community.
This is a great opportunity to meet your fellow Haskellers in real life, find new contributors for your project, improve existing libraries and tools or even start new ones!
This event is open to any experience level, from beginners to gurus. In fact, one of the goals is to bring beginners in contact with experts so that the former can get a quick start in the Haskell community. We will have a dedicated beginners' track, and there are going to be experienced haskellers on site whom you can directly approach during the whole event with any Haskell-related question that might pop up.
There will be lots of hacking, good food, and, of course, fun!
You can fill out the necessary registration information here.
There is no registration deadline, or requirement really, so you can join us even if you didn't fill out the form, it just help us with the organization.
The Hackathon will be held at Gizmodo Media's Budapest office. WiFi, projectors for talks, and snacks & refreshments will be provided by our sponsors.
Detailed schedules will be posted soon.
Getting to Budapest
Getting to the venue
The Gizmodo Media Group's offices (1062 Budapest, Andrássy út 66.) are near center of the city, so it can be easily approached even by foot from downtown accommodations.
For public transport timetables, and more informations please visit the local transport authority’s site.
Information about tickets, and recommended tickets:
- K9 Residence (In the city center, from 40 euro/night)
- Budapest Budget Hostel
As of yet the following talks are scheduled:
- Dániel Berényi - LambdaGen: A GPU Code Generator Powered by Recursion Schemes
- Michal Kawalec - Recursion with Bananas and Barbed Wire
We plan more, and we will update this site regularly so check back later.
Apart from longer presentations, it will be possible to give lightning talks, or project demos. If you're interested in giving one of these, please contact us on one of the addresses at the bottom of the page.
If you have any questions about the event you can reach us here:
All code from this and past event will be uploaded to the meetup’s Github page.
- Dániel Berecz
- Csaba Hruska
- Péter Diviánszky
- Andor Pénzes