MLH Local Hack Day is a 12 hour hack day on the campus that brings together the local hacker community to celebrate building awesome technology. On 2 December 2017, students around the world will be simultaneously hosting their own MLH Local Hack Day at their school, resulting in the single largest day of student hacking ever.
Our Local Hack Day at the University of Plymouth is intended to be very chilled out and accessible, so whether you're a seasoned hackathon veteran or have never been to a hackathon before, there will be experts on hand to give you advice and help with your projects.
Come along to experiment, build, create, and solve problems. Get ready to make something new!
Who can participate?
This event is ideal for first year University students on Computing or Engineering related courses to come and participate in. If you're new to coding, that's not a problem. You can form teams and you can use prototyping apps. Industry experts will be on hand to help.
- 09:00 - Gather and get ready
- 09:30 - Welcome and workshop: get some essential tips to help build out your project
- 10:00 - Prep your project and start hacking!
- 12:00 - Lunch will be provided - grab some food, socialise, and keep hacking
- 20:00 - Show and tell: time to show off all of your hard work to the other hackers
Find out more about the event and register your place at the MLH Local Hack Day website or contact firstname.lastname@example.org for any queries.
Partners of the MLH Local Hack Day in Plymouth are GitHub, Gradient and Bespoke Technology Labs.
- Follow the event at #LocalHackDay
What is Major League Hacking (MLH)?
Major League Hacking (MLH) is the official student hackathon league. Each year, we power over 200 weekend-long invention competitions that inspire innovation, cultivate communities and teach computer science skills to more than 65,000 students around the world. MLH is an engaged and passionate maker community, consisting of the next generation of technology leaders and entrepreneurs.