Hack the Future 5 lighting talk

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Hack the Future is a party-like hackathon for kids. Mentors guide them through new projects or help them build on what they already know.

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  • The origin story of Hack the Future! Started February 19, 2011. A bunch of people got together who thought it would be fantastic to recreate the spirit of Super Happy Dev House for kids.
  • The origin story of Hack the Future! Started February 19, 2011. A bunch of people got together who thought it would be fantastic to recreate the spirit of Super Happy Dev House for kids.
  • The origin story of Hack the Future! Started February 19, 2011. A bunch of people got together who thought it would be fantastic to recreate the spirit of Super Happy Dev House for kids.
  • Just like today, people hang out, learn from each other, and create cool stuff. Mentors set up and staff stations around different topics; we create starter points so newbies can jump in, but we also help veteran hackers figure out their next steps.
  • The Tech Museum signed on and hosted the first Hack the Future last May. And again in August. And January. Freezing parking garage. Stanford. Pictures from past events. 1-3 @ Tech Museum. 3.5 @ Super Happy Block Party. 4 @ Stanford. In May, August (2011), January, March, April (2012).
  • The Tech Museum signed on and hosted the first Hack the Future last May. And again in August. And January. Freezing parking garage. Stanford. Pictures from past events. 1-3 @ Tech Museum. 3.5 @ Super Happy Block Party. 4 @ Stanford. In May, August (2011), January, March, April (2012).
  • The Tech Museum signed on and hosted the first Hack the Future last May. And again in August. And January. Freezing parking garage. Stanford. Pictures from past events. 1-3 @ Tech Museum. 3.5 @ Super Happy Block Party. 4 @ Stanford. In May, August (2011), January, March, April (2012).
  • The Tech Museum signed on and hosted the first Hack the Future last May. And again in August. And January. Freezing parking garage. Stanford. Pictures from past events. 1-3 @ Tech Museum. 3.5 @ Super Happy Block Party. 4 @ Stanford. In May, August (2011), January, March, April (2012).
  • The Tech Museum signed on and hosted the first Hack the Future last May. And again in August. And January. Freezing parking garage. Stanford. Pictures from past events. 1-3 @ Tech Museum. 3.5 @ Super Happy Block Party. 4 @ Stanford. In May, August (2011), January, March, April (2012).
  • Now back to the Tech Museum. A week from tomorrow. We’re looking for more mentors to help at these stations. This is an awesome experience, so if you’re interested talk with me after.
  • Now back to the Tech Museum. A week from tomorrow. We’re looking for more mentors to help at these stations. This is an awesome experience, so if you’re interested talk with me after.
  • Hack the Future 5 lighting talk

    1. 1. A long time ago
    2. 2. A long time agoat a DevHouse inSan José…
    3. 3. A long time agoat a DevHouse inSan José…
    4. 4. Kids try what they want, when they want.
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    10. 10. GameMakerStencylUnity 3DWearable ElectronicsSolderingBasic CircuitsMulti-User DungeonsDesignRobots!
    11. 11. HacktheFuture.orgThanks to the sponsors of HtF 5: Microsoft, The Tech, Tech Shop, and 4th Street Pizza

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