Everyone is welcome, regardless of their coding experience. You will spend the entire day learning how to code and then creating something from what you learned. Have fun with your friends, meet new people, and enjoy hacking! Bring your friends and peers to form teams of two to five, and work together on an amazing project. Working on your own is okay, too! Our goal is to help you learn, practice, and most importantly, have fun! We will be streaming workshops that have been provided by GitHub for anyone who wants to learn something new.
We also recommend you bring your own laptop, but the library computers will be available to anyone who needs them.
We are aware that this date clashes with the SAT this year. But DO NOT WORRY! You can still attend Local Hack Day! You do not need to stay throughout the whole duration!
Using your Bronx Science g-mail account, register at http://atomhacks.org The deadline to register is on Friday, November 30th, at 3:00 p.m.
Questions? Please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will get back to you as soon as possible. We hope to see you there!
Bronx Science Hackathon Committee
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