Bringing student hackers together across the UK and helping students lead hackathons.
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Learning to Code
Hackathons are a brilliant place to learn and are friendly to newcomers. If you don't know how to code, just ask questions, attend the mini-events, chat with our organisers, volunteers, sponsors and partners – they'll either help you or find someone who can! And check out [hack.mlh.io/software](https://hack.mlh.io/software) for access to free APIs this weekend, too.
Hackathons are invention marathons where attendees dream up and bring to life ideas for apps, websites, robots, and more. We are inviting students to join us for 24 hours while we develop the ideas for the future!