Hack.pledge() Connects Mentors With People Who Want To Learn To Code

Two of the best ways to learn anything are having a mentor and trying to teach someone else. If you’d like to learn to code or have programming skills to share, hack.pledge() will help you give or get a free hour of mentoring in software development.

hack.pledge() is a movement for programmers to collectively improve their skills.

Once you sign up or “pledge” that hour of mentoring, you’ll be put on a waitlist and then automatically connected with a mentor or mentee when enough people have signed up.


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