By Hackatrain to Berlin

On Monday 1 July 2019 the Hackatrain is once again setting off from Amsterdam Central Station to Berlin, this year for the fourth time.

Over 100 international industry, education and government IT talents have already made this ‘hacking’ railway trip to Berlin. In a joint effort they once managed to solve a challenging mobility issue within 48 hours. This unique event is – among others – sponsored by Autonoom Vervoer Noord. Hackatrain is an exclusive event for a group of young professionals and students carefully selected by the involved sponsors. In order to increase your chances of being one of the lucky ones to be granted a ticket to this event, please send your motivation letter and resume to info@hackatrain.nl. For more information about Hackatrain, please visit www.hackatrain.nl and/or watch the promo video below.

 


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