Hack the gap blog
26 Letters acquires Hack the Gap to help more organizations work toward a more inclusive workplace with equity for all.
From vintage clothing shop owner to musician, stylist, photographer and budding entrepreneur—this year’s Hack the Gap organizers bring so many different skills and perspectives to our team and have been essential to this year’s event planning. Get to know Safrat Shonibare and Becky Shaw!
Meet Jessica—Senior Software Engineer at @Clockwork_Tweet and former #HacktheGap participant and mentor. On the blog, Jessica dishes about her first HTG experience, stretching skills, and empowering others
Hackathon pro tips—just in time for this year's Hack the Gap. Read some next-level wisdom from Kristina Durivage, SmartThings front end engineer and former HTG mentor!
Meet Antoinette—a Full Stack Software Engineer, 2015 #HacktheGap hacker, and all-around BA. Click through to read about her 2015 HTG experience.
Please join us in a warm welcome to Kira Taylor who will be interning with us for the next few months! We are so happy to bring another passionate human being onto the team to join us in our mission of creating space for more women in tech and entrepreneurship.
We've teamed up with a handful of local women entrepreneurs, investors, and community leaders to support women entrepreneurs in Minnesota. And because of this collaboration, we'll be bringing you the 2017 Hack the Gap hackathon earlier in the year -- January 14-15, 2017!
Want to know what really comes out of a hackathon? We’ve been following 100 hackathon alumni since the 2015 and 2016 Hack the Gap hackathons. Some of attendees left inspired to change jobs, come closer together as part of the tech community, and a handful have ventured off to start their own companies.
Angeliki Beyko was on the winning team for Hack the Gap 2015. Hear about her experience and how an all-women hackathon shaped how she thinks about hackathons.
For the last couple of years, we have been programming tech events for women in Minneapolis. It’s lot of work. But the reward is truly the joy of watching it all come together. The inspiration we feel from the community and the connections attendees make at the event makes it worth all the labor. It's kind of unreal how inspired we feel being in a part of this community and what an honor to be a catalyst of it all.