Hackatrain 2019 Official Aftermovie now available

Four years ago, Hackatrain launched what is now regarded as one of the most unique hackathons in the world.

Starting on a train in Amsterdam, continuing at an unusual venue after our arrival in Berlin and ending at Europe’s coolest technology festival Tech Open Air (TOA).
The now legendary Hackatrain attracts developers, designers and entrepreneurs from all over the world, all hoping to strike it big, hackathon-style.

This isn’t your typical hackathon. Say goodbye to boring venues and hello to travelling around with more than 100 fellow hackers competing across mobility challenges for cool prizes. Are you ready for Europe’s Fastest Mobility Hack?

Here’s a recap of Hackatrain 2019   


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