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What is Hack Generation Y?
Hack Generation Y is an hackathon for youth - a 36 hours event where we bring the most talented teenagers, soldiers and students to create amazing new apps and products, in a fierce innovation competition.
Do I need to pay for HackGenY?
Nope, It’s totally free! We’ll also take care of provide you with a the best food available, a lot of swag and a place to sleep when you need a break from coding.
When and where is Hack Generation Y?
The event started on September 26, 10:00 AM and ended by September 27, 8:30 PM. The event was at WeWork Moorgate, London, United Kingdom.
Have more questions?
You can send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org or send us a message on Facebook or Twitter.
David TabachnikovLogistics, Organization and Infrastructure
David has experience with programming from a very young age, and in numerous fields, coupled with 8 years of management experience, he brings a very clear direction to the team.
Sacha NasanSponsorship, Finance and People Person
Sacha is our Belgium-based sponsorship and people person. He loves to let people showcase their skills and talents, and is the driving force behind our sponsors and general PR.