We are hosting the Thailand chapter of the annual Hacktoberfest event, a global open-source contribution challenge held each year in October to introduce and incentivize people to contribute to open-source software.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we will be hosting the offline event with limited capacity while simultaneously hosting the virtual meet up along with other Hacktoberfest events around the world.
We're thrilled to present exclusive talks and workshop sessions from open-source contributors to share this exciting experience with you.
We are participating with multiple local agencies, corporate entities, and communities involved in open source projects that are non-profit or beneficial to society. Together, we will collaborate and contribute actively to this event, so please stay tuned and get in touch for more details.
DigitalOcean and DEV is the host of the global Hacktoberfest challenge, while BRIKL and Seven Peaks hosts this local chapter.
- Hacktoberfest®is open to everyone in our global community. Whether you’re a developer, student learning to code, event host, or a company of any size, you can help drive the growth of open source and make positive contributions to an ever-growing community. All backgrounds and skill levels are encouraged to complete the challenge.
- This event will be held bilingual. Some contents may be in the Thai language, others may be in English. We received many non-Thai attendees and will continue to welcome everyone!
- Learn and enjoy special talks from special guests on the main stage.
- Hacking & PR them all!
- Lunch and Launch your project
- Try it & make it live through our workshops
- You knew it, but you can't say. Just say it! At our party.
- Networking with dinner conversation
- (8:00 - 9:30) - Registration and Check-in
- (9:30 - 9:50) - Welcome to Hacktoberfest!
- (9:50 - 10:20) - Opening Keynote, "Building an open-source DNA Storage Software for space missions" by Chayapatr Archiwaranguprok
- (10:00++) - Hacking Track Begins
- (10:30 - 11:00) - 1st Talk: "Stupid things that I made that are actually useful"
- (11:00 - 11:20) - Break & Snacks!
- (11:20 - 11:50) - 2nd Talk: "Become Super Ultra Productive"
- (11:50 - 12:50) - Break & Snacks!
- (11:30 - 12:00) - 3rd Talk: "Blockchain Decentralized finance & Smart Contract"
- (11:50 - 12:20) - Lunch Time: Share Your Hacks!
- (11:50 - 12:20) - Lunch Talk: "Rɘvɘrsɘ Engineer Web Applications using Chrome DevTools"
- (12:20 - 12:50) - Share Your Hacks at Lunch!
- (12:50 - 13:20) - 4th Talk: "A story of Automated Release workflow"
- (13:20 - 13:50) - 5th Talk: "Innovation and Activism: Nurturing an Overlooked but Powerful Intersection"
- (13:50 - 14:10) - Break & Snacks!
- (14:10++) - Unconference Track Begins
- (14:10 - 14:40) - Microsoft's Azure Talk
- (14:40 - 15:10) - Microsoft's Azure Public Forum (Virtual Clinic)
- (15:10 - 15:40) - Finema: "Open, standard, decentralize digital identity"
- (15:40 - 16:40) - Workshop 1: "Building LINE Chatbot with Firebase"
- (16:40 - 17:00) - Break & Snacks!
- (17:00 - 18:00) - Workshop 2: "Noobtoberfest: Making noob HTML games"
- (18:00 - 19:00) - Dinner Time: Share Your Hacks!
- (19:00 - 19:20) - Closing Talk
- (19:20 - 20:00) - Networking Time!
- (21:00) - Venue Closes
- (21:00++) - After Party
- "Building an open-source DNA Storage Software for space missions" by Pub
- "Stupid things that I made that are actually useful" by Ham
- "Become Super Ultra Productive" by Tao
- "Blockchain Decentralized finance & Smart Contract" by Tot
- "Rɘvɘrsɘ Engineer Web Applications using Chrome DevTools" by Henry Lim
- "A story of Automated Release workflow" by Jun
- "Innovation and Activism: Nurturing an Overlooked but Powerful Intersection"
- "Building LINE Chatbot with Firebase"
- "Noobtoberfest: Making noob HTML games" by The Chun