Major League Hacking

Find and compete at the best student hackathons in the world

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Dave Fontenot@davefontenot · Founder, HackMatch
Hackathons are taking the world by storm. MLH is the NCAA of Hackathons. Within the next two years, hackathons will produce more tech talent than all of the CS programs in the US combined and MLH will be in the driver's seat.
Zachary Fogg@zfogg · ✨ keeps all his LEDs lit 🌈
@davefontenot helllll yeah
Krish Dholakiya@krrishd · itskrish.co
On the topic of hackathons, this was a great ProductHunt radio episode about hackathons and their future, with @eriktorenberg and @davefontenot: https://soundcloud.com/product-h...
Ali R. TariqHunter@alirtariq · Product Designer, Axonify
I work with a lot of interns and have started seeing them use this little tool to keep track of all the hackathons taking place. Some have apparently scheduled their entire semesters to travel to all of them. If you're a student or are involved at all in recruiting or want to sponsor cool events to get the word out about your organization, then this could be quite useful. Also, I'm sure a number of these hackathons have spots for non-students too, in case you're itching to participate.
Frank Denbow@frank_denbow · Founder of INK'A
The founders are two of the most dedicated folks in the hackathon scene. They are uniquely positioned to execute and enable hackathons to impact the spread of technology education. As someone who has gotten tremendous value out of these events, I'm excited to see how MLH helps to expand the industry.
Jimmy Jacobson@jimmyjacobson · cofounder, Wedgies
Hackathons completely changed the way I viewed my career as a software engineer. Creating and launching something in a weekend and then going back to work at a government contractor where features were on a 18 month waterfall plan really opened my eyes to what I wanted to do with my life. I love the way MLH is setting up a repeatable process to make sure hackathons reach even more people.