Open Impact is an event anyone can attend, whether you know how to code or not. We have invited speakers and organizations not only to speak about open sourcing and its benefits, but how they collaborate with their team to come up with the best possible product.
Open source software and products allow amazing developers to create amazing things, while at the same time involving the community. Attending Open Impact will not only open your eyes to how many world-changing products are open source, but how you can work with your peers or teammates for a better collaboration.
Pizza and drinks will be served!
TeenTechSF is an official nonprofit organization that empowers the next generation of tech innovators and civic entrepreneurs by connecting teens with tech leaders & opportunities through conferences, hackathons, & workshops.
Trivalley Youth Expo is the region’s largest exposition of youth art, music, technology and culture, and they aim to capture the true essence of what it means to be part of such an amazing, innovative and diverse community.
EdConnect is a tech startup in Milpitas, founded by high schoolers. EdConnect provides a software that uses machine learning to revolutionize the way school assignments are given to students, based on past performance.
YCM Alameda is a nonprofit organization, aiming to teach high schoolers to code in schools that don't provide any sort of computer science class, club, or course.
Team Ano.js is a hackathon team comprised of high schoolers Calix Huang, Udhav Sharma, Gio Rocchio, and Kiran Pothana. Team Ano.js won first place and Best Website at Atoms & Bits hackathon, and created Ano.js, which is a free web animation platform.
Kaif is the founder of YCM Alameda, and he is a sophomore at Dublin High along with all of my other helpful board members. He has volunteered at many programming events as well as worked at a code tutoring institution named Hackingtons for close to a year and a half.