After the sessions of the main conference on Tuesday 15 Oct, finger food will be served in proximity of the conference hall and hackathon space is available onsite.

The hackathon is supposed to be informal and fun. The overall idea is that people sit down together to demo tools to each other, examine their favorite repositories, hack up little case studies in pair-programming fashion, and alike. At SoTeSoLa 2012, we organized such a hackathon around reverse engineering the chrestomathy of "101" and it was amazing. This time, let's be broad: any activity around reverse engineering is in scope. There is no intention to turn this hackathon at this WCRE edition into something highly structured.

Please, provide input!

In an effort to control the chaos a little bit, we want to collect thoughts from you so that we can propose concrete activities or types thereof when we start the hackathon on said Tuesday. To this end, please spend a minute or two to provide a response to some or all of the questions by a plain email to ed.znelbok-inu|gnaltfos#ed.znelbok-inu|gnaltfos.

  • Any TOOL you may want to demo to fellow hackathonists?
  • Any REPOSITORY you want to examine with fellow hackathonists?
  • Any reverse engineering CHALLENGE you want to discuss …?
  • Any TOPIC you want to discuss …?
  • AnyTHING else you want to provide as input now?

You are not making a commitment of any kind by providing input.

We only use your thoughts for inspiration.


Inquiries and comments should be sent to ed.znelbok-inu|gnaltfos#ed.znelbok-inu|gnaltfos.

You can also contact the Hackathon Chair directly: Andrei Varanovich, moc.liamg|ybtentod#moc.liamg|ybtentod.

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