Code of conduct
An event where our software engineers, UI/UX designers, testers, project managers, business analysts, and all other innovators meet to design, code and build innovative solutions to a business problem to stoke creativity, accelerate problem-solving skills, encourage learning and sharing among employees and especially bring all people together at one time one place. The event promotes a maker culture at DataHouse Asia.
All attendees, sponsors, partners, volunteers, and staff at our event are required to agree with the following code of conduct. We will enforce this code throughout the event. We expect cooperation from all participants to ensure a pleasant, safe, anti-harassment and non-discriminatory environment for the diverse-background participants.
Any decision you take will affect other members and colleagues, and you should take those consequences into account when making decisions. Try to make decisions that are as inclusive as possible.
What we produce is a complex whole made of many parts, it is the sum of many dreams. Collaboration between teams that each have their own goal and vision is essential; for the whole to be more than the sum of its parts, each part must make an effort to understand the whole.
Not all of us will agree all the time, but disagreement is no excuse for poor behavior and poor manners.
We might all experience some frustration now and then, but we cannot allow that frustration to turn into a personal attack. It’s important to remember that a community where people feel uncomfortable or threatened is not a productive one.
We expect members/participants of the event to be respectful when communicating with other community members, as well as with people outside the Community.
Be nice and do not harass others
Everyone should feel welcome, regardless of their background.
Please be courteous, respectful, and polite to fellow members.
Any complaints regarding any of the following will be taken seriously and may result in removing from the event:
- gender identity and expression
- sexual orientation
- physical appearance
- body size
- political views
- previous event attendance or lack of
- computing experience or lack of
- chosen programming language or tech stack
The Quick Version
Our event is dedicated to providing a safe and comfortable environment and a harassment-free experience for everyone. We enforce the following policies:
- respects others’ opinions
- no personal attacks
- no sexual harassment and discrimination
- company title and position are left outside of the event
- all results are team results
- give constructive feedback to others
If you believe that the Code of Conduct is being violated, you are being harassed, or have any other concerns, please contact the support staff via email provided below, or directly reach out. You can contact us directly with this email:
Thao Thai ( HR Business Partner)
Chau Nguyen ( HR Cordinator)
Trinh Dang ( Chief Technology Officer)
- Please be prepared to provide as much of the following information as possible about the alleged violation:
- Identifying/contact information of the person you believe is violating the Code of Conduct
- Contact information of the complainant or the person who was the target of the violation
- The behavior that was in violation, approximate time and circumstances
- Other people involved in the incident Whether or not you would prefer to have your complaint be kept anonymous in the situation
Our Code of Conduct was inspired by and borrows content from Codes of Conduct of other open-source projects including [meenhacks](https://github.com/meenhacks/Code-of-Conduct/blob/master/code-of-conduct.md), [Hack Code of Conduct](https://hackcodeofconduct.org/), and the [Devfolio.](https://devfolio.co/code-of-conduct)