MinneHack Is Coming Back

MinneHack is back on February 2-3 at the University of Minnesota, hosted by the UMN chapter of the Association for Computing Machinery and powered by Major League Hacking.

Geared towards students — ranging from high school through graduate studies — the 5th annual 24 hour event will be the first Minnesota tech hackathon of 2019.

Last years event drew around 400 registrations, mostly local, tough many came from across the country as the event itself is fully free for students participate.

MinneHack is the ACM’s largest annual event, and it’s funded by local, national and global companies interested in supporting, connecting with, and hiring the students who attend.

Other local hackathons coming up include Code Switch this weekend, Twin Cities Science Hack Day Oct 13-14, and then IoT Hack Day in late October.

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