SHA2017 is a non profit outdoor Hacker camp taking place in The Netherlands in 2017 on August 4th to 8th.

It is the successor of a string of similar events happening every four years. These are GHP, HEU, HIP, HAL, WTH, HAR and OHM.

Similar events are EMF Camp 2016 in the UK, CCC Camp and congress in Germany.
The location is the Scoutinglandgoed in Zeewolde, 55km east of Amsterdam.

The festival is organized for and by volunteers from and around all facets of the international hacker community.

Knowledge sharing, technological advancement, experimentation, connecting with your hacker peers and of course hacking are some of the core values of this event.

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Latest News

Read the latest news and updates on everything related to SHA2017.

Ticketshop

You can buy your tickets, tents, parking and boat spots in the ticketshop.

Visitor Wiki

Most information for visitors can currently be found in the wiki.

Code of Conduct

We have a clear code of conduct and safety team.

Design Generator

Generate your own color schemes with the SHA design generator.

Orga Wiki

SHA2017 is arranged by volunteers and they use the orga wiki.

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ALTPWR: the microgrid project

Decentralisation is a hacker value. So, without diminishing any value of the great work Team:Power is putting into the power infrastructure at SHA2017, some entrepreneurial spirits took it onto themselves to start tinkering with an alternative power infrastructure. This allows for decentralised power generation at SHA2017. 

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Team:Productiehuis : Recording all the things

Some people have wondered if and how the talks at SHA2017 will be recorded. Fear not, for Team:Productiehuis has you covered. The main goal of the team is to record and broadcast all of the official program at SHA2017. Read here our plans.

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Talk announcement: The Hackeboy handheld game console

Today we announce another speaker: Axel Theilmann and his talk about the Hackeboy handheld game console! He is part of the small game label Hackefuffel from Hamburg. They love the 8-bit looks and feels of retro gaming and started building a system that was a combination of modern hardware and a proper old-school approach to the software. 

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