Hackathons are great petri dishes of learning. You meet extremely talented people with different skills and get to watch how they work. You learn how fast an experienced programmer can build a product from scratch, and what pivot/iterate/MVP really mean. You learn that it doesn’t need to be complicated, that talking to strangers in cafes is the best form of market research, and that stories are better than stats. You learn how much caffeine is still not enough caffeine. And you get a chance to make a real difference.
— Victoria Cullen, Hack4Good

How do we rHok?

 

 

What Can RHoK Do For Me?

RHoK can connect you with our "Changemakers", people doing great stuff in the community. We provide an environment where problem solving and experimentation is encouraged and keep the juices flowing with coffee, pizza and beer. 

You can expect to leave a Random hacks if Kindness hackathon weekend with stories, memories and friendships that last long after the weekend ends. 

What Can I Expect?

Am I Eligible?

Contrary to popular belief, hackers aren't hoodie-wearing, motorbike-riding anarchists hell bent on bringing down the system. In fact, the word 'hack' in technology circles is more often used to describe a way of coming up with a creative solution to a tricky problem. That means you can hack software, hardware, a car, radio, a website, or even food. At RHoK we use technology to 'hack' social problems, which means we need a wide range of skills. Including...

 

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