General Assembly Supports hack.pledge() Mentorship Movement

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The new year is fast approaching and resolving to make a difference in the world of programming has never been easier. Today hack.summit(), the world’s largest programming conference, announced hack.pledge(), a movement for programmers worldwide to assemble and mentor each other for one hour in 2015.

By working together, programmers can learn from each other, waste less time being stuck, write better code, and program faster, to collectively improve their skills and work towards becoming master craftspeople in software development.

At General Assembly we believe in the power of peer learning, and are proud to support hack.pledge and individuals around the world who are looking to offer their time and support to fellow programmers.

Want to get involved? Sign the pledge to mentor the next generation of developers in the language of your choice, or learn from the best and master your craft.

Sign the Pledge