Hispanic Heritage Foundation to host its first Latino Coder Summit!
GritoBlast! A one of a kind experience is opened to Latin@ coders, programmers, hackers, developers, and/ or computer scientists.
The Hispanic Heritage Foundation wants to debunk the technology industry’s greatest myths, and help mobilize coders from across the nation, both students and professionals alike, to celebrate Latino culture, innovation, and passion for computer programming with a one-day summit at Stanford University.
The summit is an event filled with back-to-back workshops, discussions, and opportunities to expand networks and redefine the landscape of computer technology through a heightened collaboration and representation of like-minded Latin@ students and professionals, all united and ignited by an endless passion for technology.
Latin@ Coder Summit
Saturday, May 2, 2015
Registration for the event is now open.
Any questions regarding the event may be directed to Alberto Avalos: firstname.lastname@example.org, and Brian Ovalles: email@example.com.
Also, check out the new LOFT Code as a Second Language website.