The Hispanic Heritage Foundation is excited to host the first LOFT Coder Summit (LCS) in the Greater Washington D.C area on Saturday, April 28th, 2018 from 8:00 am - 3:00 pm at George Mason University.
If you are a Latina/o, African American, female, Native and other underrepresented coder, programmer, hacker, developer, and/ or a computer scientist, we invite you to be a part of this one of a kind experience.
This Summit is part of HHF's broader Code as a Second Language (CSL) national initiative to ensure that the tech industry's workforce reflects the diversity of America.
Our LOFT Coder Summits have taken place in Austin at SXSW, New York, Minneapolis, Stanford University, University of Texas Rio Grande Valley, Florida International University and Los Angeles!
The Summit is a free one-day program filled with back to back-to-back workshops on interviewing skills, career paths, latest tech trends, languages, and more. Plus, coders will network, connect with mentors and role models, and entrepreneurs.
Over the last 3 years we have proved that our community provides a value proposition to the United States by bringing together developers from across the nation, both students and professionals alike, to celebrate Latino culture, innovation and passion for computer programming.
Register now and stay tuned for updates as we approach the date. If you have any questions please contact Francia Maciel at firstname.lastname@example.org and Alberto Avalos at email@example.com