Hack A Tech June Event

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Understanding Wi-Fi

Time: 3PM-4:30PM June 29, 2019

Location: 6678 Owens Drive, Suite 102, Pleasanton, CA

Guest Speaker: Dr. Li is a scientist at Intel with 18 year's experiences and more than 300 patents in wireless communications. He contributed to the standard development of multiple WiFi and cellular systems. 

Theme: WiFi provided convenient internet access in the past 20 years. How does it work? A short introduction about WiFi will be given. The system configuration, channel sharing mechanism, and basic principles of wireless communications will be described. Questions and answers will be given along the lecture. 

Hack A Tech (May 2019)

College Application Seminar

Time: 6:00 PM - 8:00PM, 5/24/2019

Location:  Mosaic Clubhouse, San Ramon



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GAEF and PLAY hosted a very successful senior’s college application seminar. The seniors provided many useful tips to other junior students and their parents. Their experiences were truly inspirational for us all.

Guest Speakers: Class of 2019 Seniors

Tri-Valley High School Seniors


San Ramon Hackathon 2019 Was Another Success!

in cooperation with the San Ramon Valley Unified School District

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Hack A Tech (Mar. 2019)

User Experience Design

Time: 3:00PM - 4:30PM, 2/23/2019

Location:  6678 Owens Dr., Pleasanton


Hack-A-Tech Leader: Will

Guest Speakers: Ms. Amy Wang

Ms. Amy Wang is currently working at Workday as a hybrid UX designer and researcher. As a UC Berkeley graduate majored in Cognitive Science, Ms. Wang studied a variety courses in computational modeling, neuroscience, philosophy, linguistics, and psychology, and found her passion in UX. Her love for art, painting, and travel also played a big role in her journey into UX.

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Ms. Wang gave a super interesting presentation today. She taught students about the fundamentals of UX design as well as the design process. She provided a insightful glimpse into the life of a UX Designer and discussed how different roles cooperate to form a finished product. Lastly, participants created solutions to a common problem—clumsy school scheduling; their unique solutions were then implemented into framework sketches that outline potential software.

Hack A Tech (Feb. 2019)

Cybersecurity and Firewall

Time: 2:00PM - 3:30PM, 2/24/2019

Location:  6678 Owens Dr., Pleasanton

Hack-A-Tech Leader: Andy

Guest Speakers: Mr. Wang

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.  

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What an amazing presentation from Mr. Wang today! We learned the basics of computer networks and the foundation of the Internet. Using analogy to the Postal Service and Fedex, Mr. Wang explained some very complex topics in a very simple and easy to understand manner. He then discussed the importance of Cybersecurity and Firewall, and how it works. Lastly students brainstormed ways to deliver emails in a secured way.

Hack A Tech (Jan. 2019)

Hackathons and How to Win Them

Time: 3:00PM - 4:30PM, 1/26/2019

Location:  6678 Owens Dr., Pleasanton

Hack-A-Tech Leader: Anson

Guest Speakers: Anson Hu, Max Zhang, Jason Fu, Bryant Li, Derek Zhang

The current officers of Green Apple Education Foundation, who organized and hosted the first San Ramon Hackathon last year, as well as the monthly Hack a Tech events.

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The GAEF officers taught participants about the nuances of a hackathon as well as how to gain the favor of the judges and win the contest. Our participants also participated in a mini hackathon, teaming up and pooling their ideas on emergency preparedness.