2017 Hackathon Success!
Thanks to all of our amazing sponsors (Radix, AoPs, Balsamiq, In the Mix, Google, Intuit, Zoho, Github, Wikihow, and Old Towne Danville Bakery) for allowing the 2017 Hack Like a Girl hackathon to be a complete success! Special thanks to Zoho for providing the venue space, mentors from Chevron and Intuit, Stanford GTGTC, Ms. Elizabeth Douglas (COO of Wikihow), and the Google speaker. We look forward to a 2018 hackathon next year!
More photos of the event HERE
Hack Like A Girl seeks to inspire young women to pursue the field of computer science, a field predominated by males. Through workshops, guest speakers, and coding competitions, we continue the principles of our organization.
Group Assembly/Group Challenger
Lunch / Booth time
1. What should I bring?
Laptop (with Visual Community Studio downloaded-- instructions below!)
Photo Release Form
2. How much does it cost?
3. Who can go?
High school girls
4. Who should I contact for any other questions?
Check out the contact page at the bottom!
5. Will there be future events?
What to Bring
Visual Studio Community (on laptop)
- Go to https://www.visualstudio.com/vs/community/
- Download Visual Studio 2015 (May take a few hours)