If you are not able to bring a laptop to the event, please contact one of your school's representatives so we can get a laptop ready for you at the event.Click here to contact your School Reps
Code211 is a 20 hour coding event spanning over 2 days where students from across the district will converge at Palatine High School to create amazing projects and learn about Computer Science. At the event, we will be having beginner to advance workshops and teams can compete against each other to win prizes that are judged by industry professionals.
an event, typically lasting several days, in which a large number of people meet to engage in collaborative computer programming.
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See some of the most asked questions about our event
Anyone as long as you go to school in District 211!
Nothing! Everything is free of charge including food and t-shirts.
A laptop, charger, and any other amenities you need. The event is not overnight so you will not need any sleeping items. If you don't have a laptop, we will have a limited number onsite.
Yes! Stay tuned for the prize distribution and categories.
Anything as long as it is school appropriate. You have full liberty to make games, apps, or websites. We encourage you to create projects that have positive impact. If you are struggling to think of ideas, visit chicagohacks.org to see winning projects and to explore another great hackathon.
We will have workshops ranging from building your first website to machine learning. All workshops will be on Friday and Saturday.
Still have other questions or concerns? Contact one of your school representatives below.
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