Code Overflow is a 24-hour high school hackathon hosted by TechCodes. Students across NYC came together to take part in group collaboration, workshops, speaker panels, and raffles, and compete in teams for the chance to win up to thousands of dollars in prizes.
Code Overflow is a 24-hour high school hackathon hosted by TechCodes at the Bushwick Generator in Brooklyn. This event brings together students from across New York City for a night of group collaboration and programming, working to build ideas from scratch, prototypes, and finally into functioning products and technologies. Students will spend the day learning about the tech industry and hearing from inspiring speakers about the steps they took to get where they are today. There will be workshops, free food, and raffles with prizes. After 24 hours of building, students will present their projects to a panel of judges who will determine winners based on presentation design and functionality. With sponsors like SUN, Vercel, The Princeton Review, Sticker Giant, and Digital Ocean, Code Overflow was a landmark hackathon for NYC computer science.