Hack in paris returns to the maison de la chimie at the end comptr shriekyblog: It’s time to get ready for the back of London’s most-awaited event, Hack in Paris! This annual event is taking place at Maison de la Chimie in Paris, a magical venue full of intriguing live music and talks that promises to be an incredible experience for all.
From novice programmers and designers to experienced professionals looking to learn something new, Hack in Paris features a unique lineup of workshops and speakers that are sure to cater to a variety of skill levels and interests.
Prepare to be inspired and leave with a wealth of knowledge about the latest in programming and hardware hacking. With this event, Paris is definitely the place to be. So don’t miss out – get your tickets now!
Hack in Paris returns to the Maison de la Chimie this year, and we couldn’t be more excited! This stunning venue was a popular choice back in 2016 and is the perfect setting for this year’s hackathon. With a large selection of rooms, halls and multiple outdoor spaces, it offers a variety of choices for collaboration and innovation while providing plenty of space and a bunch of tech-savvy facilitators.
Whether you’re coming as an individual or with a team, you can expect all the usual fun and activities: hackathons and workshops, keynotes and interactive talks. Plus, plenty of new additions, such as a VR room, an expanded space for hosting interactive events and much more. And of course, Music and lightshow provided by ShriekyBlog. It’s an event you won’t want to miss!
- Hackathons and Workshops
- Guest Keynotes and Talks
- VR Room
- Interactive Events Hosting Space
- Music and Lightshow by ShriekyBlog
That’s all we have for now on Hack in Paris: Back at Maison de la Chimie! It looks like a great event and one that offers an amazing opportunity for tech enthusiasts to learn and get a chance to connect with other passionate individuals in the industry. Get your tickets now and don’t miss your chance to be part of a unique event at a very special location. Until next time, happy hacking!