High-school students (ages 13-18) are invited to register for MetroHacks II — a free, non-profit coding event that is the largest high-school hackathon in New England. Last year, over 200 students worked on projects such an educational quadcopter simulator or learned a new programming language overnight, under the mentorship of Google and Red Hat engineers. Now in its second year, MetroHacks will be held over 24 hours on May 20-21 at Warrior Ice Arena in Boston, with attendance expected around 300. It’s is free and open to students at any level of experience, and meals are provided. Learn more about the philosophy and goals behind the event here: What is MetroHacks?
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