So we can leave you on a positive note for both sides involved tonight - a point apiece and new signings in the offing. Join us again tomorrow for live coverage of five more games in the Scottish Premiership.
- Darren Lyon's 25-yarder puts Accies ahead
- Mark O'Hara's taps home corner for equaliser
- Dundee go joint top with Rangers & St Johnstone
- Accies secure second point after three games
Minutes after tonight's draw, Dundee have announced the signing of central defender Kevin Gomis on a one-year contract.
The 27-year-old Frenchman had been with Nice in his homeland's top flight since 2014.
"I thought we created enough chances and in the second half we were completely in control.
"For the second week in a row, we have not won a game we should have.
"It is really frustrating again. We should be sitting on seven points on top of the league just now and we only have two.
"But, if we keep playing like that, I am sure the results will come."
"I felt we were okay for the first 15 minutes, but we didn't do anything after that.
"I can't accept that and we were lucky to get away with a point.
"In the second half, we didn't do enough and it is not acceptable.
"We're missing three key players in an attacking sense and we only had six on the bench, but we can't keep going on about Greg Stewart and Kane Hemmings leaving."
There will be match highlights from tonight's game on the BBC Sport website tomorrow.
That's Accies' second away Premiership draw in a row after a fine opening weekend point away to Rangers.
However, Martin Canning will maybe think it was a chance missed to bounce back with a victory after last weekend's disappointing home defeat by Kilmarnock.
I was on the edge of my seat in the second half and Hamilton will probably be disappointed not to have won it, although a point apiece was possibly fair given the balance of play
That point is still enough to take Dundee to the top of the Scottish Premiership, equal on points and goal difference with Rangers and St Johnstone.
But Paul Hartley will be disappointed not only with their second-half performance but a chance to go two points clear.
Having been happy just to go in level at half-time, the visitors will probably be disappointed if they don't find that late winning goal given their second-half performance.
Oh so close to a late winner for Accies as Michael Devlin's header is cleared off the line.
Greg Docherty replaces the ageing legs of Massimo Donati in midfield for Accies with less than three minutes remaining.
Hamilton have looked the fitter team in the second half and have run all over Dundee.
Substitute Eamonn Brophy wastes a great chance to give Accies the lead as he heads an Ali Crawford corner into the side netting from close range.
Louis Longridge has been impressive and will be disappointed to be hooked by Accies boss Martin Canning, with Gramoz Kurtaj his replacement in midfield.
Accies are threatening again and Darian MacKinnon is the creator once more, but Louis Longridge's effort is easy for goalkeeper Scott Bain.
Accies manager Martin Canning adds the nippy feet of Eamonn Brophy to his attack as the young Scot replaces Alex D'Acol.
It was only a matter of time before Massimo Donati went into the referee's book and it comes after the Italian midfielder's rugby challenge on Faissal El Bakhtaoui.
Yordi Tejsse miscues his header in front of Accies' goal from a corner whipped in by Danny Williams, who fires wide after Darren O'Dea keeps the move alive.
Referee Kevin Clancy has a quiet word with Accies' Alex D'Acol as the Brazilian forward goes sprawling inside the penalty box.
Yordi Tejsse, the striker plucked from Netherlands obscurity this summer, is brought into the action to replace midfielder James Vincent. A positive, attacking move by Dundee manager Paul Hartley.
Accies goalscorer Darren Lyon goes into the referee's book for a late challenge.
Louis Longridge is giving Dundee defender Jules Etxabeguren a hard time, but the striker fires straight at goalkeeper Scott Bain after a weaving run.
Dundee are back applying the pressure and Remi Matthews does well to block from Rory Loy. The goalkeeper on loan from Norwich City is impressing tonight having come into to replace Michael McGovern after the Northern Ireland Euro 2016 hero moved south to join the Canaries.
Darian MacKinnon misses a sitter for Accies as Alex D'Acol finds the midfielder with a fine through ball, but his side-footed effort goes wide after making room for himself inside the penalty box. Whatever he said at half-time, Accies boss Martin Canning is getting the response he wanted with some early pressure.
Accies force two early second-half corners, but Darian MacKinnon wastes the opportunity with a weak shot.
The second half is underway at Dens Park.
"Hamilton got in front, but they showed why Martin Canning will be pleased to complete the paperwork on former Partick Thistle defender Dan Seaborne as they need more focus and determination at the back."
The Accies manager told BBC Scotland before kick off that he is waiting for international clearance to sign 29-year-old Seaborne, who left Firhill this summer, and fellow Englishman Rakish Bingham, the 22-year-old forward released by Hartlepool United.
Former Dundee & Hibs midfielder Kevin Thomson on BBC Radio Scotland: "It has been a bit scrappy. I think Dundee will be the happier of the two teams, but Martin Canning will be the happier of the two managers, because Hamilton are still in the game at 1-1.
"There has not been too much quality, but Mark O'Hara has been a shining light with his athleticism and drive to get into the box.
"Hamilton need to put their foot on the ball and box clever. I don't see that happening at the moment and Martin will be looking for improvement in the second half."
"Paul Hartley may have had to sell Greg Stewart and Kane Hemmings, but it looks like he's picked up another gem in Mark O'Hara.
"The 20-year-old snapped up from Kilmarnock scored his second goal in two games at Dens Park to level things up, but that was just one of the impressive attributes he's brought to the club.
"Hartley deserves credit for pushing the player into a more attacking midfield role and he has responded by showing the pace, aggression and skill in that position.
"Faisal El Bakhtaoui also showed enough imagination in the first half to suggest that he could follow the example of Stewart when he came from Cowdenbeath as the ex-Pars player settled in well two flights up."
Massimo Donati has been quiet in midfield for Accies, but the former Celtic man threads a ball through to Dougie Imrie and Dundee are thankful for a good late challenge by Nick Ross. Accies almost pouncing on some home slackness.
Dougie Imrie curls a disappointing free-kick over the Dundee crossbar after Julen Etxabeguren is booked for a foul just outside the penalty box.
Darren O'Dea's looping header goes just over the Accies crossbar, but it was better marking this time at the corner by the visitors.
There is a wee bit of panic creeping into the Accies defence as Georgios Sarris makes a nervy clearance. You would expect more composure from a former AEK Athens central defender.
Faissal El Bakhtaoui feeds off a flick on from Rory Loy and he fires in a powerful shot, but it is straight at Hamilton goalkeeper Remi Matthews.