TADHack Global 2020 will run across 10 locations around the world on the weekend of the 10th and 11th October 2020, plus from the comfort of your own home.
A change for this year is all locations will either run hybrid, that is both in-person and online, or online only. Each location page will set out its plan based on the local situation.
Whether you’re not able to make it to location, or you’re avoiding crowds because of COVID-19, you can still take part in TADHack Global 2020. Over the past 7 years, your chances of winning are the same being in-person or remote.
The TADHack Global 2020 website is live, as is registration, go to whatever location is right for you and please register there.
TADHack Global 2020 Locations
Bristol and United Kingdom (thanks to Simwood and Aplisay). Check out the Review of the amazing history of TADHack London / Bristol / United Kingdom over the years.
Chicago and North America (thanks to IIT RTC Labs, IntelePeer, and Symbl.ai). Check out the Review of all the impressive achievements of TADHack Chicago over the years.
Asia Pacific – hub for anyone hacking in Asia Pacific region (thanks to Mark White, Roshni Fernando, and Jose-Maria Recio). Check out the Review of all the stunning APAC locations over the years.
Global Remote – for those not in Asia Pacific, or near a location you can still take part! We’ve done this since 2014.
TADHack is a massive community making the largest communications / telecoms focused hackathon in the world for 7 years straight. Well done to everyone involved!
Thank you for making TADHack Global 2020 possible
Video collaboration will be provided by Simwood Meet. Location leaders will send out the URL for their location closer to the event via email and on riot chat. One or two locations may have a special virtual set-up, we’ll let you know soon.
Thank you to the many people running locations around the world.
And thank you to all the people who take part in TADHack Global
Please register for TADHack Global 2020, go to whatever location is right for you and register. Thank you.