Student MLH Hackathon 2017

Posted on 2nd December 2017

By Lewis Smallwood
We really enjoyed co-hosting a MLH Local Hack Day hackathon with Gradient at the University of Plymouth on 2nd December 2017. MLH Local Hack Day is a 12 hour hack day that brings together local hacker communities to celebrate building awesome technology.

A big thank you to everyone who attended #LocalHackDay at @PlymUni. Also, another big thank you to @GitHubEducation and @GradientHQ for sponsoring the event! We had such a great time learning from each other and working on our projects! @jna_sh @elliotblackburn @MLHacks pic.twitter.com/tMPYfFhFYr

— Lewis Smallwood (@LewisSmallwood) December 2, 2017
Around the world, people come together to simultaneously host their own MLH Local Hack Days at schools across the world, resulting in the single largest day of student hacking ever. Hackathons represent everything Bespoke Technology Labs stands for. They provide a safe space and dedicated time to experiment, craft, and share new ideas.