Are you a 5th-12th grade student who wants to learn more about computers than they teach you in school? Then it's time to start teaching yourself!
Hack the Future is a one-day party / hackathon for youth, to show you what it's like to be a hacker and see if it's for you. We won't tell you what to do. You'll be free to work on whatever you want. We will try to keep you from getting stuck, and we'll show you the way forward when you can't find it. This is a unique opportunity to learn the the state of the art in software engineering from the people who do it for a living.
Parents, don't reserve a ticket for yourself. Once you've signed the waiver, we encourage you to let your children learn on their own! If you want to stay and join in, you're welcome, but we won't have a T-shirt for you. The Tech has generously offered two free one-day passes to the exhibits for the parents of each Future Hacker, so why not spend the day exploring?
Bring a laptop for programming and signed waiver and medical information sheet. The waiver and required medical information sheet are available on hackthefuture.org.
We suggest donating some small amount of money to the Tech to thank them for hosting.
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