A lot of Hackathons tend to run workshops, which can be helpful if it's your first time programming or what to try something new.
- Introduction to Git
- Basic Python Programming
- Making your first website
Note: Some can also provide more technical-heavy workshops, but it is uncommon.
Hackathons, if capable and able to, will also allow associated sponsors to provide their own workshops to provide more understanding of how to use their products.
- Twilio / Nexmo with their API usage
- GitHub with their internal systems (Previously ElectronJS)
You can also find, if doable, organisers or the university's hackathon/CS Society will provide providing their own workshops.
MLH Member Events will run a BlackRock-branded Capture the Flag. MLH events may also do something from this list if asked.
You can find some of the other workshops run by members of the hacker community. Slides can typically be found in the GitHub repository README.
|Reddit + Discord Meme Bot Workshop||Will Russell||Local Hack Day: Learn|
|Docker Dino Workshop||Justin Chadwell||Developer Student Clubs at the University of Birmingham|
|Git Workshop||Justin Chadwell and Will Russell||Developer Student Clubs at the University of Birmingham|
|Google Cloud Vision Workshop||Justin Chadwell||HackTheMidlands 4.0|
|Introduction to Android Development||Will Russell||ManMetHacks 2.0|