This year, we are happy to support the University of Arizona Women's Hackathon! Here's a little bit about their event:
"Join us for a weekend of food, fun, learning, and hacking! We are proud to offer a diverse set of workshops and childcare for participants during workshop hours. This free event provides an opportunity for participants of all levels of technical expertise to collaboratively develop tech-driven projects over the course of two days. All are encouraged to attend — no computer programming experience required."
At 2:15p, join us for a special workshop hosted by Andrew Slattery:
"Step into the future of computing with an interactive workshop, hosted by your local Google Cloud Developer Group. You'll run code without a server, use computer vision to tell a person's mood, and join us for a game of "whack-a-pod," where you can become a traditional sysadmin's worst nightmare..."
And afterwords, we'll be hosting office hours to help attendees with cloud related workflows and deployments.
Due to security considerations, you will need to check-in prior to entering the workshop and hackathon event space.
For more information on the UA Women's Hackathon, please visit: https://womenshackathon.arizona.edu/