The Palm Beach Tech Association and the South Florida Science Center and Aquarium are hosting a “hackathon” Nov. 4 through 6.
The Palm Beach Tech Hackathon will provide a peek behind the scenes of everyday mobile applications, allowing visitors to experience the process of coding rather than just the product. Participants in this two-day competition will form teams, vet ideas, create a project, then present their work to an expert panel of judges.
The event also aims to be an educational opportunity for all ages, with young aspiring programmers welcome to visit the event to observe and learn. High schoolers can apply for a Junior Hackathon, a similar competition which will be open to 12 select students.