Hack Sioux Falls Final Projects (Fall 2019)

Eleven kids, ten meet-ups, one shorted board, a dozen blown LEDs, zero burnt finger, one story on KDLT, and two months of fun & creativity. That sums up our fourth Hack Sioux Falls project hosted by Code Bootcamp School.

When I first launched this project last year, I had no idea what to expect or what the kids would find interesting, but my idea was simple…

What would happen if we encouraged kids to build something cool using electronics, microcontrollers, sensors, and LEDs?

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Hack Sioux Falls Final Projects (Spring 2019)

Eighteen kids, eight meet-ups, zero shorted boards, seven blown LEDs, one burnt finger, and two months of fun & creativity. That sums up our third Hack Sioux Falls project hosted by Code Bootcamp School.

When I first launched this project last year, I had no idea what to expect or what the kids would find interesting, but my idea was simple…

What would happen if we encouraged kids to build something cool using electronics, microcontrollers, sensors, and LEDs?

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DSU / AT&T Hackathon

We did it.

We challenged 15 DSU students to solve real-world problems for first responders.

And then we gave them 48-hours to research, prototype a solution, and then pitch those solutions to a panel of first responders

“There are companies spending millions of dollars on solutions that are not this good.” A response from one of the first responder judges.

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Teaching Kids About Electronics

Hack Sioux Falls takes kids on a journey that teaches them about electronics, hardware, software, soldering, functional design, user design, and creative thinking. The official challenge will be announced in about a week, but it will be a lot of fun to build and has plenty of room for kids to show off their creativity.

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Hack Sioux Falls Final Projects (Fall 2018)

Fifteen kids, seven meet-ups, zero shorted boards, seven blown LEDs, one burnt finger, and two months of fun. That sums up our second Hack Sioux Falls project hosted by Code Bootcamp School. And it was a ton of fun.

When I first launched this project in April, I had no idea what to expect or what the kids would find interesting, but my idea was simple…

What would happen if we encouraged kids to build something cool using electronics, microcontrollers, sensors, and LEDs?

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Hack Sioux Falls Final Projects

Twenty kids, twenty-one meet-ups, nine completed projects, three shorted boards, one burnt finger, and four months of fun — that sums up the first ever Hack Sioux Falls project hosted by Code Bootcamp School.

When I launched this project in April, I had no idea what type of projects that the kids would come up with, the idea was simple — what would happen if we encouraged kids to build something cool using electronics, microcontrollers, and LEDs?

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