Are you very sad that your exploit leaked as a teaser for an auction in BitCoin?
Yeah, we know – a nerdy reference to a great book.
If you’ve ever been to t2, you know that the atmosphere and networking is everything. In order to keep it that way, we have always limited the amount of attendees to 99.
Usually all the seats are sold out about one month before the event takes place and this year is not an exception. That being said, we just got three cancellations, so we have three seats left.
If you were thinking of coming but missed the party, now is your chance.
Oh, and we will soon announce our surprise speaker 🙂
Carl “Zeta Two” Svensson from Sweden was the first one to solve the t2’16 Challenge. Well done! Congratulations!
The elegant write-up trophy goes to Alexander Polyakov, Russia. His write-up will be published soon so you’ll have a change to evaluate the submission yourself.
Congratulations to both winners! We would also like to thank each one of you who participated. Last but not least. if you have an interesting idea for t2’17 Challenge, please let us know – authors get a free admission to the conference among other perks 😉
This is just a short note to let you know that the deadline for t2’16 Challenge write-up submissions is 2016-10-08 10:00 EEST, after which the creators of the Challenge will select the winner.
Please remember that the criteria for the selection is the elegance of the answer. The solution must include a detailed description of methods and tools used. If you don’t know the definition of elegance – please check out the winning write-ups from previous years.
If you’ve ever been to t2, you know that the atmosphere and networking is everything. In order to keep it that way, we have to limit the amount of attendees, meaning there is a total of 99 seats available, including speakers and organizers.
That being said, we have passed the 90% mark. If you want to make sure you’ll actually have a seat, we advice you to register right now.