TechTogether Atlanta is a 2-day hackathon hosted on April 22-23 at Georgia Tech for people of marginalized genders!
Join us for two full days of skill-building and professional development workshops, networking with recruiters, and of course - fun activities like face masks. Each attendee has the option to work with a team to build a project like a website or mobile application with the support of our mentors. Whether it's your first hackathon or your 100th, everyone has something to learn and contribute at this event!
This event is sponsored by Microsoft, Capital One, and Balsamiq.
Locations have different requirements for who can attend. This location is open to the following:
Saturday - April 22nd
10:00 am ET - Doors Open
11:00 am ET - Opening Ceremony
11:35 am ET - Hacking Begins
12:30 pm ET - Lunch
02:00 pm ET - Workshop Hosted by Microsoft
03:30 pm ET - Workshop Hosted by CapitalOne
05:00 pm ET - Tech Talks Workshop
07:30 pm ET - Dinner
08:30 pm ET - MLH Mini Game (Painting with Bob Ross)
10:30 pm ET - GitHub Workshop
Sunday - April 23rd
02:00 am ET - Mini Event (Spa Time)
09:00 am ET - Breakfast
11:30 am ET - Hacking Ends
12:00 pm ET - Lunch
12:40 pm ET - Judging & Expo
02:30 pm ET - Closing Ceremony
All participants, organizers, and partners must agree to the MLH Code of Conduct. Please review it to understand our expectations for the behavior at our events.Open link →
TechTogether Atlanta is one of TechTogether's newest hackathons!