Events and meetups for or open to young designers and developers.
These are our criteria for listing events:
The main event venue is open to under 18s.
If the venue serves alcohol, the organisers have confirmed that under 18s are allowed to attend. (Some venues give under-18s a stamp or special wristband, which is cool.)
If it's integral to the event, an official after party is held in a venue with the same criteria, where someone under 18 would be allowed inside. (We believe an attendee who is excluded from social aspects would be missing out on an important part of the event.)
If tickets are over £100/$150, some sort of discount is offered to school and university students, or students have the opportunity to volunteer at the event.
AIN is an initiative designed by young people for young people that directly supports Ashoka’s principles of “Everyone a Changemaker”™ (EACH).
4th December 2010
Using Hackasaurus tools to hack the web
26th May 2011
Using tools created by Mozilla's Hackasaurus project, participants will "hack" the Web as a means to broaden our understanding of digital literacies and agency in learning.
26th June 2011
Hack Jam at Dorothy Stringer school
8th July 2011
Open data hack week for under 19s in the UK
1st–5th August 2011
Hive PD series launch
14th October 2011
9th November 2011
Room: Mozilla Festival Password: mozfest
23rd November 2011
The Future of Learning
25th–26th January 2012
Get excited and make things with science!
28th–29th January 2012
Today's digital creators engaging with the digital creators of tomorrow
11th February 2012
Hack Jam in Vancouver
20th April 2012