Local Hack Day is a community-oriented hackathon run by Cal Poly students that welcomes both high school and college students in San Luis Obispo. On December 2nd, Local Hack Day invites 100 hustlers and hackers to build your wildest ideas for 12 hours.
|01:00pm||Intro to Webdev - Selynna Sun|
|02:00pm||Intro to Machine Learning / Data Science - Brandon Kelley|
|03:00pm||UNIX - Jim Heald|
|04:00pm||Practical NLP + Machine Learning - Foaad Khosmood|
|05:00pm||Mini Event - Slideshare Kareoke|
|07:00pm||Dinner Petra / Old SLO BBQ|
|07:30pm||Submit to Devpost|
LHD stands for Local Hack Day, which is a community oriented hackathon.
All college AND high school students are welcome! No prior experience is necessary. In fact, we encourage beginners to come out and learn new skills.
We encourage students to build all sorts of technological projects. At SLO Hacks, we believe that if you can think it, you can build it.
No worries, time will be allocated for students without a team to form one with other students!
Bring your ID, computer, and sleeping bag (optional). All the necessary equipment for hardware projects will be provided
LHD is completely FREE! Food and drinks will be provided.
As this event is hosted for the local community, students are encouraged to find their own rides to the Cal Poly campus.
Feel free to shoot us an email at [email protected] or contact us on Facebook!