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Hack a Tech in February 2019
"Hack a Tech" is a monthly Hackathon organized by the Green Apple Education Foundation, co-founded by students from Dougherty Valley High School who are passionate about promoting technology in youth. The main purpose is to ignite the youth's innovative talent and interest in computer science. No prior computer programming experience is required. Just come with your laptop, learn, work and have fun!
Cybersecurity and Firewall
Time: 2:00PM - 3:30PM, February 24th, 2019

Location: 6678 Owens Dr. Suite 102, Pleasanton

Theme: Internet is important part of the life now. Cybersecurity is the biggest challenge on the Internet. Join this hack-a-tech event to learn about Computer Network fundamentals, an overview of Firewall, and how the Next Generation Firewall will play a vital role in secure the Internet for billions of netizens in the next decade.

Guest Speaker: Mr. Wang has over 20 years of experience in computer industry, especially the Integrated Circuit (IC) design field. As a senior manager, he is currently leading the development of FPGA, a cutting-edge semiconductor device, in a cybersecurity company in silicon valley.

Qualification: 6th Grade and above. Parents and adults are welcome. No programming experience is required. Please bring laptop.

Suggested Donation: $10. Please Paypal to: Hack.A.Tech@GreenAppleUS.org (All donations go to “Build a Library in Africa Project”). We also collecting new or gently used K-5th grade books.

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