Last year I had an idea of hosting a girls un-maker day event — I called it Girls Breaker Day. It’s just as it sounds; we’re inviting girls to bring their broken electronics and take them apart to see what makes them tick. In addition to their items, we are going to have a hundred old computers and miscellaneous items that they can disassemble down to the raw parts and then build something creative with the parts. Read more
Our Lead Sponsors First Bank & Trust, Trexin, and Code Bootcamp
Pulling off an epic new adventure requires a leap of faith and the right key sponsors and partners. Code Bootcamp School (501c3) is so proud to be launching the first ever Hack Sioux Falls event with these lead sponsors — First Bank & Trust, Trexin, and Code Bootcamp. Read more
I clearly have ordered too many parts but the kids will enjoy them, it is going to be epic.
Hack Sioux Falls will hold a quarterly electronics hacking contest for kids in grades 6th-12th, complete with workshops, working sessions, and components for them to learn the fundamentals of electronics and software engineering. Read more
Over a dozen kids are already signed up, this might sell out.
These challenges will take kids on a journey that will teach them electronics, hardware, software, soldering, functional design, user design, and creative thinking. While it will be run as a competition, it is meant to be a cooperative challenge where teams are encouraged to help each other with their projects.