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HackTheMidlands?

23rd - 24th September

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What is HackTheMidlands?

HackTheMidlands is a 24-hour, inclusive hackathon being hosted in Birmingham on the 23rd-24th September 2017 at Millennium Point.

Over the 24 hours, people aged 14+ of all skill levels (you don't have to be a professional or a student! Just be lovely, passionate and interested in tech!) will come together to share ideas, and create new and awesome projects! (Not sure what a hackathon is? MLH have a great explanation here).

Can Under 18s Attend?

YES!

As the event is being run with the intent of supporting students aged 14 and over we have taken a number of measures to ensure the safety of our participants.

All attendees under the age of 18 will require a consent form signed by their parents to be granted access to the event. A copy of this form can be found here.

You will also be required to bring along a completed medical form, which can be found here.

All attendees will be supervised by DBS-checked adults at all times and are signed in and out of the venue accordingly.

You can find our child protection policy here.

Code of Conduct

We will be following the Hack Code of Conduct, which can be found here.

Join Us!

Get your tickets now for HackTheMidlands and be guaranteed a spot in this year's hackathon!

Our Sponsors


Without the help of our sponsors HackTheMidlands simply would not be possible. Our sponsors are wonderful, have loads of experience and are here to help! We will be releasing more sponsors as we get closer to the event, and if you're interested in becoming a sponsor for HackTheMidlands 2017 then please register your interest below!

Building Sponsor

Gold Sponsors

Silver Sponsors

Bronze Sponsors

Digital Sponsors


Partners

Meet the team


Without a team of dedicated volunteers this hackathon simply would not happen. Here's your chance to meet the awesome people who are behind hackTheMidlands

Tom Goodman

Lead Organiser

Alex Wiley

BCU Computer Science Society Web Dev

Liam Sorta

Founder, Game Dev Network

Cat Dunicliff

Child Protection Officer