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Introducing MLH Spring 2016 Membership

Today we are unveiling a brand new way for student hackathons to become a part of the Major League Hacking season. Read More

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Learn how we built an interactive virtual reality bike simualtor and won UGAHacks. Read More

Posted by Michael Bottone | November 18, 2015
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The MLH Community Council is a rotating board of active community members representing hackers, organizers, sponsors, and non-student developer community experts. Read More

Posted by Swift | October 22, 2015
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Major League Hacking goes on a little tour around the east coast on Local Hack Day. Read More

Posted by Aziz Ramos | October 20, 2015
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Eric shows how you could hit those notes in the AM. Read More

Posted by Eric Smithson | October 21, 2015
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Huge congratulations to students at King's and KCL Tech for their win of the Spring 2015 season & trophy. Read More

Posted by Bilawal | October 2, 2015
Build a hacker community

Pro-tips & lessons learned from helping students around the world start hacker communities. Read More

Posted by Swift | September 14, 2015
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This is What an Arduino Borealis Looks Like

This Arduino-powered Art Hack combines paint, electronics, and software to recreate the Aurora Borealis.

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What's in Your HackPack, Kevin Lewis?

What’s in Your HackPack is a recurring series that examines the gear hackers bring with them to hackathons.

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What's in Your HackPack, Li Chen?

For this installment of 'What's in Your HackPack', MLH’s operations manager, Li Chen, gives us a peek inside her Herschel backpack.

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What Makes a Winning Hackathon Team? Not What You Think

If Apes in Space haven’t won anything, what makes them a winning hackathon team?

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The Easiest Way to Bring a Hackathon to Your School

Student organizers are spreading hacker culture everywhere, and empowering others to launch new hackathons at their own schools. Read More

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