Frequently Asked Questions
What do you get by being an attendee? Read and find out!
What does my ticket provide me?A workshop on 26th, pass to attend DevSprints on 27th and to attend the talks and the rest of the conference. The ticket also includes food for three meals on 27th and two meals on 28th. We will be also providing refreshments for the DevSprints overnight.
Is the volunteer pass free?No, the volunteers are mentors who get to participate in the conference as equally a part of it. Conference organisers also pay a fee to make the event sustainable.
Are accomodations included?No, you can check the accomodation required option during registration and accomodation on sharing basis will be provided for the either a single day or on both, at a price around ₹150 per person per night, which shall be paid at the venue.
Who should attend?Do you need a refresh on what is technically relevant? Are you tired of being told to learn one technology after the other and Google really doesn't help you decide what to learn? Come join us at MEC.conf, where we seek to provide developers with a platform to discuss the latest in tech and get to know more from peole working in their respective fields.
Are the DevSprints and Workshops free?Yes, they come along with the conference passes and only conference attendees are allowed to attend these events. There will be a separate registration for these which shall be done in a Preference based manner to allow most interested attendees to attend the best event for them during the parallel tracks, but no extra fees is required.
Is there any requirements for the workshops?Yes. Please go through the page of the workshop you want to attend, which includes any requirements necessary.
Do you have any more questions? drop in a mail to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will get back to you with a detailed answer!