HackDays is a meetup based on the philosophy that:
- You're a lot more productive when there's a time limit
- When learning to code, the fastest way to learn is to make something
- The best way to be introduced to new programming concepts is by interacting with other hackers
You don't have to be a code ninja - a lot of HackDays participants are brand new to programming. There are plenty of experienced CS students and hackers around to help.
If you're a current college student (CS or otherwise) and want to hang out and hack with others - come to Hackdays!
If you're attending a Hackday:
- Bring a laptop to follow along.
- Talks always start at 5:30pm.
- Ask a lot of questions.
Check out our sister meetup, DesignDays!
This meetup is for current students only - high school, undergrad or graduate. If you're a startup looking for sponsorship and recruitment opportunities, please contact the organizer.
Weekly student programming hangouts & talks.
Apr 6, 2016 · 5:30 PM
NYUSW: Hackstories - The Joy Behind Building Technologies
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Apr 4, 2016 · 6:00 PM
NYUSW: Web Scraping and Automation
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Learn about webscraping and automating tasks using the web driver, Selenium. This workshop will be taught by a software engineer at Handy, Rakesh... Learn more
Mar 25, 2016 · 5:00 PM
Becoming a Full Stack Developer
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Feb 25, 2016 · 5:00 PM
Backend Development with Node.js
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Intro to Ruby on Rails
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