Fill in this field if you would rather use a nickname on your badge. By default we will use your full name.
We will only use your email address to send you your ticket, as well as information about the event. It is not shared with any other parties.
We want to be sure we that we can email you your ticket.
Affiliations that you want to display on your badge (e.g.: employer, university, open source project...)
Topic(s) that you want to display on your badge. It's a good ice breaker for people who want to chat with you.
Track Interest (optional)
Let us know which track(s) you would participate in. Note that we are still in the process of organizing these, so this serves as an indication for us, not a commitment on your part. We may not organize all of these tracks depending on availability and interest.
In what size would you like the free ZuriHac T-Shirt?
The sizes should be fairly standard. You can see the specifications here.
Every year, we are looking for volunteers to help Haskell newcomers with questions. The idea is that people can call on your help if you happen to be around, however you won't be busy with this full-time. You will get a different t-shirt so that people can visibly identify you as a mentor.
Do you have a project or an idea to hack on with others? Do you have something you want to teach people?
We greatly appreciate projects. We have had very good experience with announcing the project early on the homepage, so that potential participants can prepare before the Hackathon. Of course, we're also happy to add projects during the Hackathon itself, so if you're not sure yet, don't worry about it.
Recommended contributor level(s)