Hackership is a self-directed, 12-week program for advanced developers who want to learn new technologies and skills. Based in Berlin, Germany, Hackership is modeled after Hacker School in NY. There are no instructors or curriculum- instead, Hackership brings in experts called "Hackers in Residence" to help groups dig in to certain technologies. This program is not for beginners- applicants should be experienced coders looking to acquire new skills or become better at what they already do. Students are not charged upfront tuition, but they will pledge to give 15% of their income to support future batches of Hackership.
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