Hacktoberfest BKK 2019

Hacktoberfest BKK 2019

It's Hacktoberfest 2019 — let’s contribute to open-source projects! Hacktoberfest Open Hack Day Bangkok is an event where many communities unite and submit pull requests to GitHub repositories together!


Hacktoberfest — brought to you by DigitalOcean in partnership with DEV — is a month-long celebration of open source software. Maintainers are invited to guide would-be contributors toward issues that will help move the project forward, and contributors get the opportunity to give back to both projects they like and others they've just discovered. No contribution is too small — bug fixes and documentation updates are valid ways of participating.

Can't make it to this event? Hacktoberfest is virtual and open to participants from around the globe. Sign up to participate today.


This event will be run in a mixture of English and Thai. Some contents may be in one language, others may be bilingual.


When multiple communities join together we can do more things!

  • Want peer support? You can come here and work on open source projects with other people!
  • Don't know what project to contribute to? We have sharing sessions from many communities. We’ll showcase open source projects that are looking for contributors and also give general tips on contributing to open source.
  • Just getting started? Our mentors and participants can help you get your first Pull Request rolling!
  • Looking for people to contribute to your open source project? There’s no more perfect opportunity!
  • Want to learn? We have talks and workshops throughout the event. You can take a break from coding and join one of our talk/workshop sessions.
  • Want to share? We have lightning talks and open space sessions!
  • Want to meet more people? Come on in!


This event will be run in 2 simultaneous tracks.

  • Hack track — Work on open-source projects and submit PRs!
  • Sharing track — Learn and share with our sessions, workshops, and lightning talks.
  • 9:00

    Check-in + Coffee time

  • 10:00


  • 10:30

    Opening sessions

    • Introduction to Hacktoberfest
    • How to start contributing
    • Community projects showcase
  • 11:30

    Hack track:

    Begin hacking

    Work on open-source projects and submit pull requests.

    New to this? We have mentors to help you get your first contribution rolling!

    Sharing track:

    • “Angular and its open sources tools” — Jame from Angular Developers Thailand
    • “Why I love Ruby” [EN] — Tino from Bangkok.rb
    • “Using Puzzle-Driven-Development to make your project more beginner friendly” [EN] — Thai from Taskworld
    • “Centering things in CSS” — Jun from ThoughtWorks
  • 12:30


  • 13:30

    Hack track:

    Continue hacking

    Sharing track:

    • “Build DApps on Libra Blockchain” [TH] — KULAP
    • “How to give a talk in English as a non-native speaker” [EN] — Georgi from Python Thailand
    • Lightning talks
  • 17:30


  • 18:00



  • If you don’t have one already, please sign up for a GitHub account.
  • Since we will be creating pull requests on GitHub, please bring your laptop.
  • We have some monitors available for pair-programming and knowledge sharing. It supports USB-C and HDMI, but cables are not available. If you wish to use it, please bring your own cable and adapters.


First, sign up on the Hacktoberfest site. To qualify for the official limited edition Hacktoberfest shirt, you must register and make four pull requests between October 1-31. Pull requests can be to any public repo on GitHub, not just the ones with issues labeled Hacktoberfest. If a maintainer reports your pull request as invalid or behavior not in line with the project’s code of conduct, you will be ineligible to participate.

Connect with other Hacktoberfest participants by using the #hacktoberfest hashtag.


Hacktoberfest events are welcoming, open, and inclusive. Please read our Events Code of Conduct before attending.


This event is a huge collaboration between many companies, developer communities, and individuals (this list is not final yet and is still subject to change):

  • Katinrun
  • NoobProgrammer Thailand Community
  • ELECT.in.th
  • Web Components Developer Thailand
  • Individual developers
  • Listen to Function ฟังก์ฉันหน่อย
  • Angular Developers Thailand
  • ThoughtWorks
  • Bangkok.rb
  • Python Thailand
  • PyLadies Thailand
  • CodeSanook
  • Noob Learning
  • And many individuals (see list in co-hosts)


Public 2nd
Organized by
The Stupid Hackathon Thailand