We've created fun, engaging hacker community activities and expert workshops that you can learn to run on your own campus to engage your hacker club, build a community, and teach valuable skills to your fellow students.
Register as an MLH Localhost organizer and we will help you find the perfect workshops and activities to run on campus.
Once you've picked the workshops and activities you want to run, we will work with you so that you can become familiar with our curriculum and practice teaching the material.
Now that you're comfortable with the curriculum, pick a time and place on campus to host your event. We'll provide promotional support and ship you a kit for the day of your event with swag and other materials.
You've received your activity kit in the mail and you've trained with MLH to learn the curriculum. Now it's time to run your event and get your community hacking together.
MLH Localhost is for your hacker club, your hackathon, or maybe just a group of friends who wants to learn a new skill. We'll help you learn and teach the technologies that are actually used in the real world. We'll also help you build a more engaged, more connected hacker community with our fun activities.
These events can help to engage your local hacker community, build your leadership and teaching skills, and spread valuable knowledge to your fellow students.
Learn to write bug-free code with Ada’s incredible developer tools. In this workshop, you’ll use SPARK – a program verification tool – to write errorless code.
Learn the basics of GraphQL, the next generation interface for APIs. During this workshop you’ll integrate in-app purchases into a game using Shopify.
Learn to create your first skill for Amazon Alexa, the voice service that powers Amazon Echo.
Docker is the world’s leading software containerization platform. Learn the basics of Docker containers and deploy your first containerized application.
Bring students together to work with one another, share their creations, and build hacks in a fun and easy to run creative session with community-building activities designed by MLH.
Sharpen your frontend development skills with this activity, where you’ll be recreating a website in HTML/CSS using our code editor - all without previewing your code along the way.