Hackathons aren’t the only way to engage, inspire, and empower our community. Find out how the Beijing chapter is spreading AngelHack’s mission throughout the entire year and how to organize workshops yourself.
Last month, our team set our laptops aside, packed our bags, and traveled across the world for one of the most exciting trips of the year — AngelHack's Ambassador Retreat! With 21 ambassadors from 9 different countries, this year's retreat was one of the largest ones in the history of AngelHack.
Blockchain was first coined as a term in 2008; however, more than 10 years later when people hear the word “Blockchain” they still respond with a variety of reactions. Some feel as though it’s a buzz word used by digital currency retail investors who act like the used car salesman of the tech industry, and others think of it as a future for the digital economy.
Whether you’re road tripping, taking the bus or sitting at home sick and tired of hearing mainstream music, a podcast is the way to go! For those of us who are working in the tech world, podcasts are a great outlet and media option to motivate, inform, and push us to be the best version of ourselves.
And as it turns out, you don’t even have to be an active listener to reap the benefits. On average, people who listen to podcasts do it as a secondary activity while completing other tasks. So draw that bath, write that product roadmap, or cook a homemade meal all while listening to your new favorite voice.
New to the hackathon space or returning after some time away? Curious what the landscape looks like and how to feel successful at your next event? We’ve got you covered! Hackathons can, at times, feel overwhelming, so here are a few tips to make the experience as smooth as possible.
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