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Wednesday, August 19 • 8:30am - 4:30pm
Pre-Conference Hackathon hosted by Moz

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The hackathon is free but registration is required. Click here for more information and to register. 

We've organized a pre-conference Apache Mesos hackathon, and we hope you'll join us!

What to Expect

The hackathon will begin at 8:30am with breakfast, and we'll begin hacking immediately at that time. For participants looking for projects to work on, we'll make space available for you to meet and share ideas. Lunch and snacks will be available throughout the day, and lunch will be provided. We'll also have a strong wifi connection, and up-to-date vagrant images that will help you get up and running with Mesos and many popular frameworks.

Hackathon Projects

What should you work on? It's really up to you, as long as it's Mesos-related. Here are a few broad categories of projects to consider.

  • Frameworks (build your own Mesos framework or add features to an existing framework)

  • Mesos Core (squashing bugs, adding new features, or even proposing a design document)

  • Ops (tools to make it easier to operate a Mesos cluster; examples may include monitoring, logging, etc)
Need a project or team to join? First register for the hackathon, then join the Mesos dev@mesos.apache.org mailing list (by emailing dev-subscribe@mesos.apache.org) and join in an email thread we'll kick off two weeks before the hackathon to brainstorm ideas and optionally form teams.

Hackathon Rules
The hackathon has a few basic rules:
  • Teams may be no larger than 5 participants
  • Coding may not begin until the hackathon officially begins, although we encourage you to come up with a plan ahead of time!
  • Source code from the hackathon must be fully available on github, bitbucket, or a public source repository in order to be successfully submitted
These rules are subject to be changed in the future. Common sense applies here: if you think you're doing something that's against the rules or that gives you an unfair advantage, you probably shouldn't do it.

THANK YOU to our hackathon sponsor and host

This year's hackathon is sponsored by SignalFx, and hosted by Moz.


Wednesday August 19, 2015 8:30am - 4:30pm PDT
Moz 1100 2nd Avenue, #500, Seattle

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