Contest for the Daytime

A project log for Hackaday Munich: Hot Irons and Crunching Compilers

Hackaday will host an event in Munich Germany on November 13th. Help decide what we do at the event.

Mike SzczysMike Szczys 09/23/2014 at 22:171 Comment

We're frantically working on the most awesome of plans for the daytime hacking event on Thursday, November 13th.

Because we are limited on time and tools it will be pretty hard to have some from-scratch hardware builds (we're afraid theyd get started but never be finished). But what we are excited about is bringing some interesting hardware to use for a few sets of contests. For instance, a reverse engineering contest, a firmware development contest, a machine learning contest, and an efficiency contest.

What do you think about these themes? What would you add to make the day really spectacular? Do you have any suggestions on the type of hardware to use for each theme?

Thanks for your help brain-storming this!


Kojote wrote 09/30/2014 at 11:56 point
Not 100% sure if we need a contest - 100+ or more Devs hacking together is incentive enough for me :)

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