Apply early and do your best on the application, but do not agonize over it. Also please don’t wait until the start of Hacker School to start building. Start now. If you want to go to Hacker School, just remember – keep building. By Jane Wang (Hacker, Etsy) I have received questions about Hacker School [...]
Posts Tagged "Node.js"
This is my story of how I almost won $20k. By Hadiyah Mujhid (Co-Founder, Black Founders) This weekend I participated in the AT&T Mobile HTML5 Hackathon. I had very mixed feelings in the beginning about my participation for multiple reasons. The first reason in which I was against participating is because I have a number [...]
By Lukas Black (Build & Release Engineer, Mozilla) On November 18th, 2011 — I jumped into the deep end of the Bay Area startup culture I have been lurking on the periphery of for the past two years of living here. After going to my first Girl Geek Dinner at Microsoft a month ago, and [...]
By Jeffrey McManus (Co-Founder, CodeLesson) When we started CodeLesson in 2010, we knew that people could benefit from a place online where they could learn to program on a flexible schedule. We figured we’d be most useful in helping people who code for a living stay on top of the latest languages and technologies. But [...]
By Elaine Tsai (Organizer, Hack Nights for Beginners) Women Who Code (WWCode) held our first lightning talks event on Tuesday, October 25. The event was filled with excitement, involvement, and proof that there are plenty of women interested in programming, hacking, and all things related to changing the gender gap in the tech industry. With [...]