All year long, we’ve been watching from afar as thousands of college and high school students hack their way through their local Major League Hacking events. Now it’s time for us to witness their talents in real time at Major League Hacking’s championship event MLH Prime! The Domain.com team will be traveling to Holmdel, New Jersey to join 400 of the league’s top hackers at the spring season finale.

Hackathons combine the unique talents of hackers, creators, developers, and innovators to celebrate up-and-coming progressive thinkers. Hackathons are incredible and intense; they ask participants to step out of their comfort zone and create something great in under 24 hours. To make things a little easier for the busy hackers, we’ll be providing teams with a special offer to power their projects. And don’t worry, we’ll be bringing plenty of swag and some great prizes too!

Major League Hacking is the official student hackathon league. Last year, they hosted over 200 hackathon events worldwide. 65,000 students have come together at MLH events to share their knowledge, experiences, and passion for technology. Students of all skill levels are welcomed at MLH events, even students with no coding experience. MLH Prime is an invite-only event but for those interested, the 2017 hackathon schedule has just been announced. We encourage students who are intrigued to attend an event to see what they’re all about. MLH is committed to creating an environment where every student feels comfortable. Because of the quality of the hackathons and the impact they have on students worldwide, Domain.com is proud to sponsor all regular season Major League Hacking events and MLH Prime.

We can’t wait to start connecting with the talented students attending MLH Prime. If you’re hacking at Prime, we’ll be on-site throughout the weekend to assist you with your projects. Please don’t hesitate to visit our table if you have any questions, concerns, or if you just want to chat. If you’re unable to attend Prime, keep an eye on our Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. We’ll be updating live all weekend. And don’t forget to follow Major League Hacking’s Facebook and Twitter for full coverage.

Good luck hackers! We’ll see you soon.