Student Nokia Developer once again bring to you Hashcode 2014, and it’s bigger and better than ever!

Hashcode is a 24-hour coding extravaganza that spans over two days. The first day covers tech talks by renowned industrialists and technological evangelists. This is followed by a 24-hour hack event, interspersed with videoconferencing sessions by global icons.

The participants and organizers of Hashcode 2012 were honored to be visited by personalities such as Lydia Pinscher, a senior contributor for KDE and Wikimedia Commons.

The incentives are enviable, which include top-notch phone devices and tablets!

Hashcode is an event promoting ideas, creativity and quick-wit where the participants are exposed to fever-pitched (albeit healthy) competition. It’s a great platform to make your stagnant ideas take shape.

So what’re you waiting for?

Don’t slack, come and hack!


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Who can participate ?
#code is open for all engineering students, professionals and also anyone with minimum programming experience.

What's the format for #code ?
Hacks on Mobile, Web and hardware projects involving mobile and web platform are all welcome. Hacks will be judged based on creativity, technicality, finish and usefulness.

What should I bring ?
All participants are required to get their valid identities for admission (name must match registrations ) and a laptop for hacking.If you want to hardware hack kindly get the required devices you are planning to work on.Oh yeah don't forget to get your toothbrush .

What should be the strength of a team?
A team could have atmost 3 people in total. You could also do it alone.