Summer 2023 in London
Hosted by GitHub Education and Hackathons UKRegister Interest
Field Day brings together a group of student leaders for a day of conversation in the form of lightning talks, discussions, games, or whatever suits the topic best.
|am||Welcome to Field Day!|
|pm||Talks + Discussions I|
|pm||Talks + Discussions II|
|pm||Talks + Discussions III|
|pm||Talks + Discussions IV|
|pm||Talks + Discussions V|
|pm||Talks + Discussions VI|
|pm||Talks + Discussions VII|
|pm||Goodbye & Networking Event|
|Organising a hackathon|
|Leading your technical community|
|Managing SIGs (Special Interest Groups)|
|Participating in the wider community|
|Starting a community from scratch|
|Apply to contribute your discussion topic!|
Field Day is for student leaders, and members of technical communities. Most attendees will be undergraduate students & young professionals.
A student leader is someone who's actively involved in improving their local technical community. They might be the president or chairperson of their school's tech club or be one of the organizers of the annual hackathon. They might run the student hardware group or be actively involved in introducing other students to programming.
A loosely structured conference emphasizing the informal exchange of information and ideas between participants (to quote the Google definition). Most content at Field Day will be in the form of lightning talks and discussions conducted by attendees.
This Field Day is specifically for UK and European student leaders, but check out githubfieldday.com for a Field Day in your area.
We're just screening applications to make sure you're eligible to attend, you should hear from us within a few days. Once confirmed, all you need to do is show up at Microsoft Reactor on July 30th and take part!
Field Day is free to attend!
We'll be following local guidance and will announce more specific details closer to the event.
Yes! We will be serving a light breakfast and lunch! You will not go hungry.
Yes! You can view it here.
Field Day is organized by Hackathons UK, GitHub Field Experts, GitHub Campus Experts, and technical student leaders.