What is DragonHack?
DragonHack is the first Slovenian university hackathon, where students get together and develop awesome projects
in under 24 hours.
What can I expect from DragonHack?
An awesome weekend full of great company, good food, and plenty of swag!
Who can participate?
As long as you are a student and are intrigued by hackathons, you are more than welcome to attend DragonHack. The
only requirement is that you have a valid Student Identification Card, regardless of your field of study.
What if I study outside Slovenia?
No problem at all. You are eligible as long as you are a student of any university.
How do I register for DragonHack?
Leave your e-mail and you will be notified when tickets go live!
How much do tickets cost?
Thanks to our wonderful and incredible sponsors our hackathon is completely free for all participants. We will
also provide all of your meals, drinks, snacks, and swag for free!
Who owns my IP/code/idea?
You own all the rights to your intellectual property.
Do you have a code of conduct?
How many students can be in a team?
The maximum number of students per team is 4.
I don’t have a team. Can I attend on my own?
Don’t let that stop you. A lot of other students will come on their own as well. After the opening ceremony we
will have team formations for everyone who doesn’t have a team.
I can’t code. Should I still attend?
You should definitely still attend, whether you've written tons of code or not a single line. We're a very welcoming
community and we encourage you to give it a try!
Can I sleep over at the venue?
Yes. We encourage you to get some sleep. Bring a pillow and/or sleeping bag though.
Will there be prizes?
Yes. There will be a lot of different challenges and thanks to our sponsors the winners or winning teams of each
challenge will receive a prize.
Will there be free food and drinks?
What should I bring?
First but not least, a laptop and charger! We cannot provide computers so bring anything you'll need to code. You
can share equipment with a teammate. Here's some other things you may want to consider (not required): change
of clothes, power extensions, any necessary adapters for connecting to HDMI or VGA screens, and plenty of enthusiasm!
Who are the people behind this event?