TiDB Hackathon 2020 is Now On

TiDB Hackathon 2020 was officially launched! This is the most innovative technical challenge and one of the most popular events in the TiDB community!

At TiDB Hackathon 2020, developers across the world will engage, collaborate, and innovate together to work on solutions to improve the productivity and efficiency of TiDB and its ecosystem projects, including TiKV and Chaos Mesh®️.

The theme of Hackathon this year is [∞], by which we expect participants to innovate, to challenge, and to unlock the infinite power of TiDB.

In addition to bountiful prizes (The first place winning team will get $15,000), excellent projects have opportunities to join the TiDB Incubator program, where the projects will be properly guided and supported to become actual community projects!

The sign-up is open till Jan 10! Bring your intelligence and innovation to create unlimited possibilities for TiDB!

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PingCAP is the team behind TiDB, an open-source MySQL compatible NewSQL database. Official website: https://pingcap.com/ GitHub: https://github.com/pingcap

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PingCAP is the team behind TiDB, an open-source MySQL compatible NewSQL database. Official website: https://pingcap.com/ GitHub: https://github.com/pingcap

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