Hack Your Way to a NEW Career!
Don't know how to code? THAT'S OK!!
A hackathon is typically an event where teams work together over a specific period of time to deliver a software project. However during this hackathon we will all be working on the same project together!
You don't need prior expierence in coding to join the fun. Are you a project manager, graphic designer or interface designer? You can join in too!
We are starting at the beginning basics. We will walk you through everything you need to know and do in order to get introduced to tech and love learning to code!
The Hackathon will be led by a team of coding gurus and two guest speakers from GitHub!
The military spouse hackathon will be a two day event kicking off via FB live on Thursday, May 4th and wrapping up on Saturday May 6th with the main event.
We will be giving away prizes each day while you code virtually from your device.
**Hours are subject to change. Please check back for updates.
We will have POD Leaders where you can attend a local meet-up with other aspiring and experienced coders. Check below to see if there is a local meet-up close to you!
San Diego CA
I’m an avid traveler and full stack web developer specializing in user experience, testing, and website maintenance. My first computer language I learned was Python. But I mainly using PHP as a WordPress Developer for my job. I’m also passionate about being a mom and starting a non-profit for military families to learn how to code.
Emilie is budding Data Engineer. While R is her bread and butter, she spends most of her workday in SQL and Python. He stack also includes Ruby on Rails and HTML/CSS. She has been working in tech since graduating from college.
I have been coding from about a year, as I recently transitioned from a career as a school counselor to web development after earning a certificate from the University of West Florida. In my studies I focused on server-side programing and working predominately in the MEAN stack. I am currently continuing to grow my skills as a developer by earning a computer science degree from Florida State University.