We will be organizing a HashiCraft Holidays Hackstravaganza where you and your fellow tinkerers can use your creativity to showcase one or more of our products in creative and unexpected ways.
It is about that time again where the weather turns cold and it is time to drink hot cocoa in front of the fireplace (or recording of a fireplace on the TV). What better way to spend some of these evenings than working on a fun side-project, or organizing an internal competition at work?
We will be organizing a HashiCraft Holidays Hackstravaganza, where you and your fellow tinkerers (gather kids, partner, or friends) can use your creativity to showcase one or more of the HashiCorp products in creative and unexpected ways.
Combine software, hardware and arts & crafts to create something using the HashiCorp products that brings holiday cheer. Always wanted to make those Consul service-meshed reindeer? Terraform a gingerbread house? Schedule Santa's delivery route using Nomad? We want to see what you and your team can do!
There are a few simple rules to follow:
To enter the hackathon, form a team of up to 4 people and register by creating a Topic in the "HashiCraft Holidays Hackstravaganza" category on https://discuss.hashicorp.com.
The projects are due before January 4th, 23:59 PST. Projects are considered “submitted” when a team member creates another reply within your team topic. The reply must contain a video showing off your creation and explaining:
In the first two weeks of the new year, we will review all of the entries and announce the winners based on the following criteria:
Grab your elves and head on over to the workshop and start building!
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