Choose your workshop, speed-meet your team, and have ALL the tools needed for your project!

Welcome to AngelHacks 2.0, the hackathon for the world of angels (previously, city of angels)! We're here to help all beginners get the resources and projects they want under their belt -- so we're putting an extra focus on workshops! You'll choose a workshop you want to do, speed-meet a team (or bring your own), and learn ALL the requisite materal to make the project! Afterwards, feel free to customize and hack away, and the best winner per workshop gets a fun prize :)

We're open to people of all ages, even college students who want to get a jumpstart in coding! Email us at if you have any questions. 

We'll release the specific workshops closer to Feb 26-28, 2020 and if you have any questions, let us know! (Stay tuned for new updates, we might be doing some fun events builing up to the hackathon, like random food deliveries or trivia games!) Additionally, find us on instagram!

Current (Confirmed) Workshops:

- Causality & AI (taught by Scott Mueller, a researcher at UCLA)

- Entrepreneurship & Problem Solving (taught by Peter Griggs, co-founder of DeepAI)

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$28,600 in prizes


General winner! You'll each win a pair of airpods (up to 3 team members).

Most Innovative Hack - Tesla Factory Tour

Get a tesla factory tour once the quarantine limitations are over! We'll reimburse a small portion of the flight if needed.

Echo Dot (4th Gen) (2)

Amazon Echo Dot, 4th generation!

Weirdest and Craziest Hack

Each team member gets a year's worth of ramen! Yes, really.

Best Education Hack (2)

Each team member gets a Sphero, those super cool moving balls that you can program. (And are pretty cute!)

Workshop Winners (3)

Workshop winners that don't qualify for other prizes can get prizes such as speakers, echo dots, and door dash credit!

Pinnacle Qualification - Best Hack

The top winning team gets an all expenses trip to Pinnacle, the ultimate hackathon where you'll meet some serious hackers and participate in the olympics of coding :P

Workshop Winner - Speakers (2)

Win a JBL Flip if you win within your workshop and not qualify for another prize!

Devpost Achievements

Submitting to this hackathon could earn you:


You have signed up to join! All ages above middle school welcome! (Feel free to email us if you have any questions) Please be sure to think about fairness though -- we're geared towards beginners so if you have more than 2 years or so of experience please thinkg about refrainining from competing (we'd love to have you as a mentor, though!)


All submissions should have a link to Github repo or easy access to project and explanation of what you added on top of the workshop!

To qualify for prizes, you must have a 2-minute or so video introducing your project. 


David Liberman

David Liberman
Snapchat / Frank

Tom Preston-Werner

Tom Preston-Werner
Formerly Github, working on Chatterbug and Redwood JS!

Daniel Liberman

Daniel Liberman
Snapchat / Frank

Chantelle Baier

Chantelle Baier
4Space CEO

Peter Griggs

Peter Griggs
DeepAI Co-Founder

Judging Criteria

  • Creativity
    How does this differ from the workshop baseline? Did they do something so crazy you're blown away into the distance?
  • Complexity
    While it is just a short hackathon, we hope to see some sophistication and dedication!!


  • Machine Learning/ AI
  • Social Good
  • Music