Imagine a night in Florence, sitting beside a table, with some tasty finger food on one hand and your other one on your faithful lappy, with fellow mates just met at the conference, all together working on a stunning project... the Hacking Night could be this unconference event, but even something more! To sign up as a mentor or to spread the word, please use the following link: Mentor Sign-Up.
Admittance - Registration
The access to the Hacking Night will be free for every ticket holder (Lite and Premium). You can get your ticket HERE!
Please register your ticket by November the 12th and remember that there are only 100 tickets available, so hurry up!
Registration for Lite ticket owners will start at 19:30 at the registration desk. If you’ve got a Lite ticket, please don’t come before that time because we can’t admit you to the conference.
Food and beverage
As we are in Italy, we know you have great expectations about food. So we will offer you a vegetarian dinner box from a restaurant pulling the ranks of the Gambero Rosso charts.
We hope you're going to love this!
Tables and projects
Every table will have its mentor, who will introduce the subject for the Hacking Night.
As you come there, you can sit at any table you like: you can join an already formed table or either, with some other attendees, form a new table and sit at it.
For your convenience, the tables' composition will be also reported on this page: mentors are reported in bold.
These are the tables already confirmed:
- (Raph Levien, Daniel McNab - Rust): Raph will have a deeper insight of what's going to be his closing talk at RustLab;
- (Daniele D'Orazio - Rust): let's play with Daniele's plotter and take a look at what's coming out!
- (Andrew Williams - Go): Code a Fyne app for your computer and phone: join this Fyne table to explore platform-agnostic native app creation and build a fully-functional GUI app in Go.
- (Massimiliano Mantione - Rust): Massimiliano will take with him some of the robots he used in his workshop to let you have a look at them closer!
- (Marco Ieni - Rust): Marco is the release-plz maintainer. He's curious to hear about your experience releasing Rust crates and discuss how can the process be improved and make maintainers' lives easier.
- (Daniel Raniz Raneland - Rust): Discussion and hacking with pure functions, immutability and composition (primarily via iterators).
- (Tommaso Fontana - Rust): Completing the development of mem_dbg, a crate for measuring the memory usage of Rust structures.
- (Harri Lainio - Go): Using Defer For Error Handling.
- (Runar Kristoffersen - Go): Using connect.build for api to autogenerate server and clientcontracts for extreme productivity.
- (Matteo Grella - Go): Is Go the go-to language for AI?
- (Pierre Avital - Rust): Type fu and async shenanigans.
- (Andre Bogus - Rust): Hacking on clippy lints.
If there is someone else who would like to form another table and be a mentor of a subject, please use the following link: Mentor Sign-Up. Our Editorial Team will evaluate all the subjects and will assign them to a table for the Hacking Night.