What We’ve Done

Hack3rCon II

2011-09-17T21:34:25-05:00 September 17,2011|Hackers For Charity, Long Journey To Africa, Projects|

Hackers for Charity and the 304Geeks Present Hack3rCon II For the second year in a row, Hackers for Charity and the 304Geeks will bring you, Hack3rCon. Back in the capitol city, Hack3rCon II will be from October 21st-23rd, 2011 at the Charleston House Hotel and Conference Center in Charleston, WV. The conference [...]

Children Of Grace

2017-11-15T15:29:44-05:00 July 28,2011|Classrooms, Computer Training Center, Hackers For Charity, Projects|

Children of Grace is an organization that provides, “Education, healthcare and empowerment programs, and most importantly, the love of Jesus” to Ugandan children. I had come to know the American staff and founders and admired their dedication to the kids they’re serving. I also marveled at the “first-world” space they had created for their [...]

St John’s Wakitaka: Phase One

2011-08-02T00:04:33-05:00 October 24,2009|Hackers For Charity, Long Journey To Africa, Projects|

Our computer center at St. John’s was a multi-year, multi-phase project that combined new and used equipment. Much of what we know about computer systems and classrooms in underdeveloped countries we learned while working on this project. This post outlines the first phase of the Wakitaka project and chronicles a lot of [...]