‘Tis the Season: December is Video Game Month
Throughout December, join Hackforge for Video Game Month! We are exploring video games from player to creator and everyone in between.
Hackforge Movie Night: The King of Kong: Fistful of Quarters (2007) CANCELLED
Thursday, December 10th – 8PM
In the cutthroat world of Donkey Kong, only one can rule. Join us for the documentary about die-hard gamers compete to break world records on classic arcade games.
Hackforge movie nights help raise funds for our programming and space. These nights are free for members and $10 for everyone else. Pop and snacks included! Rated PG-13.
Learn HTML – Free Coding Class for Women
Tuesday, December 15, 6:30PM – 8:00PM
Ever wanted to learn to code? This free class will give you the basics of HTML, the basic language used to create web pages. No preview coding experience needed. Please bring your own laptop!
Designed for working women and taught by professional developers, this class is a preview to the coding series for women we’re relaunching in January.
Hackforge’s free coding classes for women are supported by the Ontario Trillium Foundation.
Register here: http://codehackforge.eventbrite.ca
Video Game Career Day for Teens
Monday, December 21 – 1:00PM to 3:00PM
Do you love video games? Wonder what it’s like to create games? Can you imagine a career inspired by your love of gaming?
During the Christmas break, Hackforge is inviting teens to a Career Day around video games. Each speaker will give a short presentation on their job, projects they’ve worked on, education/experience needed, and how video games fit into their work. Some speakers work behind the scenes building video games and others have jobs that use the skills you can find in gaming, like robotics and design.
Sunday, December 27
Gamers unite! Join Hackforge for an all-day multiplayer event to help you escape holiday cabin fever.
More information soon!
This entry was posted by Sarah Morris on December 1, 2015 at 12:11 am, and is filed under 10to1 Project, Computer Girls, Events, Games, Hackathon, Hackforge Software Guild, Ontario Trillium Foundation, Tech Talk. Follow any responses to this post through RSS 2.0.Both comments and pings are currently closed.