It’s not too late to sign up for 2015 Baseball Hack Day

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It is almost here. A fun, friendly one-day hacking/coding/designing competition for baseball fans. If you have not signed up yet, it is not too late, follow this link

MLB.com is graciously back as our sponsor, continuing our four-year partnership. We are happy to report that winning teams of each local Baseball Hack Day will win an annual MLB.TV Premium subscription! Also the winners of each city will be judged for Baseball Hack Day grand prize, RBI Baseball 15, and major bragging rights.

Details on each city pages:
Boston
Philly
Montreal

Not interested in competing? No problem. To encourage participation of developers and designers of all levels, there will be three tracks? (*In Boston)?:

  1. “Hacking track” is our usual, Baseball Hack Day track. You come with a project and recruit people, or come and find a project to join and work on it for the day.
  2. “Project track,” we’ll have a project/challenge ready to be worked on. There will be a “project manager” who will lead the team(s) to solve the challenge.
  3. “Learning track” is designed for first-time hackathon attendees (no coding experience necessary). This is where you can learn how to hack from our mentor volunteers. This will be less competitive and more like a workshop. You will be eligible for the “Rookie of the Year” award!

We’d like to give shoutout to our sponsors, for without their generous support, this event would not be possible:
Act Blue Tech Services, Boston Globe Media, Chez Boris, CitiCoHo, DraftKings, evenko.ca, Forge Conference, General Assembly, Plank Design, Seat Geek, Shado Sports, Shopify, Sports Data LLC, thoughtbot, TicketLeap, TiqIQ, View From My Seat, Vitamin T, Yelp

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