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: A hackathon and speaker series that radically shifts the ways trans* people live by creating technology that economically empowers, improves access to social services, promotes gender safety and community sustainability, while bringing visibility to trans* people in tech.
 
: A hackathon and speaker series that radically shifts the ways trans* people live by creating technology that economically empowers, improves access to social services, promotes gender safety and community sustainability, while bringing visibility to trans* people in tech.
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Trans*H4CK was founded in 2013 by Dr. [[Kortney Ziegler]]. The first hackathon was funded by a [http://www.gofundme.com/transh4ck GoFundMe campaign] and ran in September 2013. A [http://www.hastac.org/events/transh4ck-first-hackathon-trans-empowerment-las-vegas-feb-21-23 second hackathon] was held in Las Vegas in February 2014.
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The speaker series launched in 2014. Speakers include:
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* Application developer Harlan Kellaway
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* ...?
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In 2014, Ziegler [https://github.com/github/hr-opensource/issues/23 announced] a plan to open a code school or fellowship.
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== Further reading ==
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* [http://geekfeminism.org/2013/09/23/transh4ck-1-0-trans-coders-make-their-own-history/ Trans*H4CK 1.0: trans coders make their own history] on the [[Geek Feminism blog]]
   
 
== External links ==
 
== External links ==

Latest revision as of 04:01, 31 March 2015

Trans*H4CK is:

A hackathon and speaker series that radically shifts the ways trans* people live by creating technology that economically empowers, improves access to social services, promotes gender safety and community sustainability, while bringing visibility to trans* people in tech.

Trans*H4CK was founded in 2013 by Dr. Kortney Ziegler. The first hackathon was funded by a GoFundMe campaign and ran in September 2013. A second hackathon was held in Las Vegas in February 2014.

The speaker series launched in 2014. Speakers include:

  • Application developer Harlan Kellaway
  • ...?

In 2014, Ziegler announced a plan to open a code school or fellowship.

Further reading

External links