My Experience in the Hacker Community | MLH LHD: Build
Today, I would like to share my experiences with the Hacker Community during MLH Local Hack Day: Build and the activities I were being part of. Awesome kinds of stuff I made during the event and a lot more.
What is MLH?
So first let me tell you what is MLH (Major League Hacking) if you're hearing the term for the first time. MLH is the official student hackathon league. Each year, they power over 200 weekend-long invention competitions that inspire innovation, cultivate communities and teach computer science skills to more than 65,000 students around the world. MLH is an engaged and passionate maker community, consisting of the next generation of technology leaders and entrepreneurs. MLH is an organization for hackers, by hackers. Whether you're a complete beginner or a returning veteran, you'll feel right at home at MLH powered events.
What is Local Hack Day?
Major League Hacking's Local Hack Day is a series of simultaneous global events designed to spark a passion for technology in your local community. Spend the day getting hands-on experience and collaborating in an open and welcoming environment at a local event. Whether you are learning to code or are an expert hacker, Local Hack Day is the perfect opportunity for you and your community. Learn new skills, build new projects, and share your creations at a Local Hack Day near you. (Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Local Hack Day has moved to an online-only format.)
And Local Hack Day: Build is a week-long celebration of creating hacks both big and small. Choose between daily and week-long challenges that vary in difficulty, so whether this is your first time coding or you’re a seasoned expert, Build has something for you. The more challenges you conquer, the more points you’ll earn. Tune in each day to check out the leaderboard and show off all that you’ve built.
So, if you want to check the kind of tasks they gave, you can head over to their official website the tasks are included with lots of fun activities, live sessions, games, mini-projects, expert talks and whatnot.
Their we had made a guild named Tech Bubble Right from the opening ceremony to share our meals with our guildmates. Also together with the small guild, we were pushing ourself to be in Top in the leaderboards. Here are a few fun moments we captured during the live stream.
Here are all of the projects I made during this event, you can find them on my GitHub. Wait for the more updates picture is still going on. This is also a part of the task to write a blog post. Thanks for being with me till here.