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A List of Upcoming Hacking Events

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Los Angeles is a beaming with talented developers, coders, programmers, and designers. What better way to put all that creativity to good use than at a Hackathon? There are many upcoming events and below is a list of some that are to be held over the next few months in the greater Los Angeles and surrounding areas.

WWH Hackathon
WWH Hackathon Wonder Women Hacks

WWH Hackathon

The 2 Day Hackathon will be held with the California Women's Conference on May 19th and 20th in Long Beach, California.

The California Women’s Conference has teamed up with Wonder Women Hacks and has decided to hold the nation’s largest running two-day event. The Conference attracts over 100,000 attendees for professional development and interaction between women in the technology field. This hackathon to be the first one of its kind  in 30 years that the conference has been in existence. All women in technology are invited from developers, STEM students, professors and students, and other interested are welcome to join.

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Game + Hack 2014
Game + Hack 2014 Burbank Community YMCA

Game + Hack 2014

This hackathon is intended to be conducted for the development of mobile games/apps. It is sponsored by the Burbank YMCA. Game+Hack is a program for creativity through technology. It is for both educational and social benefit and participants will be allowed to collaborate and create code and software for use by sponsoring companies.

A strong recommendation to participate in one of our three training sessions before the event is presented to all novice participants upon sign up. Also there will be mentors as well as advisers available for assistance during the hackathon.

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AngelHack Los Angeles Spring 2014
AngelHack Los Angeles Spring 2014 AngelHack

AngelHack Los Angeles Spring 2014

This spring will include one of the largest Hackathon series ever. There are over 30 cities and 6,000 developers working together to develop better systems in technology. They will also have sponsor awards, breakout sessions, post event parties, and code reviews.

The Grand Prize includes acceptance into Spring 2014 HACKcelerator program which is a program set up to help teams get market ready products. All Junior developers wishing to better their skills are encouraged to apply along with senior developers looking to meet new interns. 

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