Next Hacker International Programming Player Competition – Berlin, Germany

Next Hacker International Programming Player Competition – Berlin, Germany

Deadline: December 15, 2015

Next Hacker invites programmers to participate in its International Programming Player Competition (IPPC). Next Hacker IPPS is a programmer world member team; its events are designed to  connect talented programmers with companies!

About Competition

This multi-stage challenge starts with each programmer having to successfully find and fix errors in three random Java programs. Once that phase is completed, the programmer needs to achieve a score of 150,000 points in a single Classic Pac-Man game. Once both tasks are completed, the fastest programmers win a share of the cash pool.


This is open to 3.000 top up-and-coming programmers, developers


Your participation in the Next Hacker Programming Contest will allow you to:

  • Enhance your visibility, show your skills, express your own talent
  • Grow your international network and establish contacts with new colleagues and open source software companies
  • And win a prize!
  • The 2016 IPPC event also offer technical sessions on programming, an open panel discussion with renowned hackers and programmers, and the opportunity for the world’s top programmers to be exposed to and meet leading high tech companies from around the globe.

Cost of Participation

Programmer participation ticket Includes:
2 Days Hotel single room with breakfast in Berlin

First day ticket Messe Berlin 26.02.2016:
Presentation: 2 Top Anonyms Hackers & 1 Top Programmer

Second day ticket Messe Berlin 27.02.2016:
Next Hacker Competition
Next Hacker night party

Programmer participation: $680

How to Enter

Sign up on IPPC . When more than 3.000 candidates have registered until the 15th of December 2015, the contestants will be selected by e-selection.

For more information, visit Next Hacker IPPC or contact  [email protected]