Major League Hacking 2019 Hackathon Season

International hackathon in Russia

26-28 October, Moscow

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FAQ

What is a hackathon?

Hackathons are super cool events full of fun, development, technology and start-up atmosphere. Attendees work in teams to create awesome apps, chat-bots, robots or whatever you like!

What does it cost to attend?

Hack.Moscow is free of charge!

Can I sleep in the venue?

Yes, you can

What skills do I need to participate?

Any skills! We are not just looking for coders! Whether you are a designer, a programmer or a creative mate, anyone can participate.

What should I bring with me?

Laptop and charger, sleeping bag and cool friends. We will provide working spaces, regular meals, drinks and snacks and some GPU instances for your deep learning nets. Feel free to bring extra hardware and gadgets.

What can I expect from Hack.Moscow?

An entire weekend of great company, good food and plenty of swag!

Do you have a code of conduct?

Yes. TL;DR: Be respectful, harassment and abuse are never tolerated.

Can I register as a team?

Yes, you can! All team members have to register individually. You can enter your team’s name in the registration form.

Help, I don’t have a team!

That’s no problem at all, we will help you find a team.

What’s the maximum size of a team?

The team size is required to be no more than 4 people. We also advise to form a team of at least 3 people. However, you can also register without having a team.

Can I bring myproject to the hackathon?

We apologize, but all hackathon's projects should be developed at the event from scratch. We want honest conditions for all hackers. That's why all code should be done during the hackathon.

Will there be travel grants available?

Reimbursements will be received by a part of foreign participants who will be determined by a random lottery. They will allow you to cover visa expenses, and if we are lucky enough, some other travel costs also will be covered. Right now we cannot tell you the dates when we will announce full information. Track our social networks:)

How to receive a visa to Russia?

Just send us an email at hello@russianhackers.org. We will provide personal support.

I didn’t find the answer to my question!

No problem, just write us at question@russianhackers.org or ping us on vk.com/russian_hackers or at Telegram chat

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Hack.Moscow is one of the largest international hackathons launched in Russia for the community of tech geeks and developers. If you feel up for the challenge and are interested in coding and developing your own digital products, bring your skill set to the event and put it in play working on something cool.

Hack present, hack yourself, Hack Moscow!

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Win prizes

Win awesome SWAG and prizes from Russian Hackers. If you are not registered yet - JUST DO IT, and once you have done it:

- open your application
- choose the tab #RoadToHackMoscow
- take part in activities and get your prizes at the Hack.Moscow

and upgrade your skills!

Together with partners we prepared a series of meet-ups, so you can learn more about different aspects of product development. For those of you who are not able to visit them, we will also post useful information in our social media!

Topics, dates, and registration links:

Challenges

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Mapping Everything

Imagine you organized a competition between Data Scientists, and they implemented a long list of algorithms. How would you choose the best one from an extensive library of existing algorithms?

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Voice Analysis

Create a solution for analyzing human voice. Crazy ideas and uncommon business cases are appreciated. It can be speech2text with content recognition or you can work with sound waves. Create something significant and unusual

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Your Track

Open challenge for hackers with unique ideas. You can even bring product prototype and get support from mentors in various fields. For such teams, the hackathon will turn into 36 hours of acceleration.

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Blockchain CTF

The Ethereum blockchain contest. Teams need to hack the largest possible number of contracts in the shortest possible time.

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Smart UI

Create a super usable interface for different types of clients. Keeping in mind, that the system is made for all client’s segments (entrepreneurs and large corporates), it becomes a real challenge. Rosbank needs your assistance in order to develop universal and adjustable solution.

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Data Governance

Data Governance is the concept that allows the user not to be lost in a variety of information flows and use the data as efficiently as possible. You should come up with architecture, interface and functionality of the DG tool.

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Digital Business — 1C

1C automates business in various industries. There are hundreds of applications created based on company solutions. On the hackathon 1C invites participants to create together something completely new for a particular business area, which will be announced on the hackathon.

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FinTech — MTS

The challenge is to invent 4 features for the development of MTS financial services, which can be applied in a mobile application or on the operator’s website. Further, you should prioritize these ideas and come up with key metrics for them.

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HealthTech — Cofactor

If the patient’s life is not in danger, then often he will not fully listen to the instructions of the doctor. Some patients even choose their own therapy with the help of Google and friends' advices. Come up with a solution that will help in changing this situation.

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Nominations

You can win in nomination only if you take part in the main challenges

Best use of API — HERE

Create innovative solutions with the power of geolocation HERE platform and services usage. Please, consider such criterias for assessment like relevance, innovation, complexity (development part) and pitch.

Video: HERE Platform for Developers

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Best use of GPU — REG.RU

The team that will demonstrate the best use of resources of provided GPU will receive a special prize from REG.RU

VPS and GPU setup guide

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University battle - HSE vs MIPT vs MSU

On the hackathon, we will determine the best university, considering the top places among students and graduates of each university. The best teams will be provided with assistance of their universities' incubators.

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MAIN PARTNERS

PARTNERS

INFO PARTNERS

Joseph Brown

Innopolis

11:00, 27.10. Lecture hall

Affordance Theory in Games

Victor Stepanov

Phystech.Start

10:00, 27.10. Lecture hall

Business Intelligence in the 21st Century

Michal Salat

Avast Software

12:00, 27.10. Lecture hall

IoT - Protocols and Security

Dmitry Mikushin

REG.RU

13:00, 27.10. Lecture hall

Introduction to GPU architecture and computing

Vadim Shchemelinin

Sibur

15:00, 27.10. Lecture hall

Intro to SIBUR digital tasks

Daniil Evtushenko

Sibur

15:00, 27.10. Lecture hall

Intro to SIBUR digital tasks

Nick Kozlov

BANKEX

17:30, 27.10. Lecture hall

How to work with Solidity

Vasiliy Voronov

Rosbank

18:15, 27.10. Lecture hall

Rosbank’s digitalization topics

Vladimir Baydusov

Rosbank

18:15, 27.10. Lecture hall

Rosbank’s digitalization topics

Eugene Zubkov

Rosbank

18:15, 27.10. Lecture hall

Rosbank’s digitalization topics

Victor Rudoy

HERE

Online (click on it)

How to pitch

Nikita Starichkov

1C

16:00, 27.10. Lecture hall

Software development trends in digital economics?

MENTORS

Ivan Gorshunov

CEO etcetera.vc, Google Launchpad mentor

Vadim Fedchin

Founding partner at United Business Angels

Xenia Petrova

Head of Monetisation, Skyeng

Aleksandr Isaev

Content Manager, HERE

Vladislav Shipilov

Factorica Owner

Anton Cherkasov

Co-founder and CEO, Aworker

Maxim Makarov

DevRel Evangelist, HERE

Anton Booth

Product Manager, Rambler&Co

Vladislav Korpusov

Product Manager, Rick.AI

Vitaly Davydov

CEO, Poteha Labs

Kirill Chekanov

Product Owner, Alfa Bank

Dmitry Meshcheriakov

Senior Engineer, WorldQuant

Dmitry Skokov

Release engineer, REG.RU

Egor Evseev

Product manager, REG.RU

Artem Litvinenko

Scrum Master, REG.RU

Alexey Fedorov

Country Lead Russia, AVAST Software

Peter Fedin

University of National Technology Initiative 20.35, analyst

Chingiz Sabiyev

HSE INC

Andrey Grunin

Director of the MSU Youth Research Platform

Robert Ihnatisin

MLH Coach

Anastasia Makeenok

Independent expert

Alexander Rudykh

Independent expert

Andrey Sartison

Independent expert

Dmitry Ermachenkov

Independent expert

Russian Hackers

Alexander Prosolkin

Project manager

Maksim Diakov

Fullstack developer

Alexander Malyshev

Data Scientist

Lekha Frolov

Designer/Ideation

October, 26

16:00

19:00

registration

19:00

20:00

opening ceremony

20:00

21:00

team building

21:00

CODING START

22:00

23:00

dinner

23:00

MENTORS CHECKPOINT

00:30

01:00

night snacks

01:00

02:00

slideshare karaoke

October, 27

08:00

09:30

breakfast

10:00

10:45

11:00

11:45

12:00

MENTORS CHECKPOINT

12:00

12:45

13:00

13:45

14:00

16:00

lunch

15:00

15:45

16:00

16:45

1C

16:00

17:00

cup stacking

17:00

MENTORS CHECKPOINT

17:00

18:00

open mic

17:30

18:15

18:15

19:00

19:00

21:00

dinner

21:00

MENTORS CHECKPOINT

01:00

02:30

night snaks

October, 28

06:30

08:30

breakfast

09:00

CODING STOP

10:00

13:00

demo time

13:00

14:00

snacks & judging

14:00

17:00

awards ceremony

17:00

Russian BooHackers

1C: Software development and education center

Dmitrovskoye Shosse, 9