A User’s Guide to Disrupt NY 2014

The TechCrunch Disrupt Conference is almost upon us and we’ve partnered with some amazing folks to make your experience this year better than ever.

Party with TechCrunch and New Relic! Join us on Monday for the Official After Party at 404, sponsored by our friends at New Relic.

Watch us on the web: If you’re an arm chair Disruptor, thanks to Ustream you can watch the conference action from the TechCrunch homepage or the Disrupt NY event page.

Official Hackathon Platform: ChallengePost is reprising its role at the Hackathon, providing the platform for our wiki. Thanks, y’all!

Exclusive Hackathon Hosting Partner: The folks over at Digital Ocean have generously offered free hosting credits for our intrepid hackers during the Hackathon. Can’t wait to see what gets built using them!

Startup Alley Office Hours: TechCrunch wants Startup Alley to get the best support possible while at Disrupt, so we’re continuing to offer free office hours, this year from Perkins Coie and UPS CONNECT. What does that mean? It means that Startup Alley and Battlefield companies at Disrupt are entitled to schedule 1:1 meetings with attorneys from Perkins Coie to get courtesy legal advice and UPS CONNECT for help scaling your business. Don’t forget to sign up.

Custom Disruptor Award: Magisto is awarding cash and prizes to a lucky startup which documents its product and experience in the Magisto #StartupLife Movie Contest. Enter now and you’ll have opportunity to get on the Disrupt stage.

Official Hardware Alley Sponsor: Autodesk is pleased to sponsor our fun-filled Hardware Alley day on Wednesday.

Twitter: You can follow and comment on the conference in the twittersphere using the #TCDisrupt hashtag.

Registration: Eventbrite has long been a TechCrunch partner. If you purchased a ticket, you used Eventbrite. We love them and we think you will, too. If you haven’t purchased a ticket, please go do that now!