... and our talent pool comes from the Caribbean.
In an emergency, we are less than a 2 hours from Miami and 4 hours from New York. If you are in San Francisco you can get here same day.
You share our music and culture, we share your work ethic and your customer base. We have enough in common to have productive conversations.
Our connections with big tech outreach programmes and regional universities, allow us to implement your designs on the most popular solution architectures
I started Hacker Hostel in the summer of 2017. It has been one of the most challenging and rewarding experiences of my professional life. We had to meet end users, scope projects, manage relationships and all the pressures that come with that. The program has definitely helped me become a more rounded engineer.
Hacker Hostel was a great program for me as a local developer looking to enhance my skill-sets and understand how to take an idea from zero to execution
When the chance presented itself to me to participate in Hacker Hostel, I did not hesitate. It was one of the best investments I made post college and enjoyed every minute of it. It gave me valuable experience to go into my first job after college. Mentors did a good job of sharing their expertise. It felt like an incubator because everyone was willing to help you. I would give Hacker Hostel a 10/10 and I am looking forward to coming back as a mentor.
The dexterity of the Hacker Hostel team was what convinced us to work with them to sponsor a project and we were not disappointed. They were able to execute on a project that had been in the pipeline for some time and they came recommended through my network. Great way to execute software proof of concept projects quickly!
I had been looking for a way to connect with the regional Caribbean tech community for some time and I came across Hacker Hostel. I was invited to attend as a mentor and I took the opportunity head on. It was a great week spent working on problems around data surrounding company registration and helping the attendees learn new frameworks.
I volunteered at Hacker Hostel as a mentor to connect with my Jamaican heritage and to give back to my country. I was able to do that and more! I was able to mentor people at both Hacker Hostel and Jamaican Girls Coding. It was a rewarding way to spend a few weeks in Jamaica and really connect with the local ecosystem.
Akua serves as CEO and is responsible for growth, strategy and recruitment. His vision for the Caribbean centres around a higher value outsourcing sector.
Winston is responsible service delivery. He is a trained Electrical Engineer and Social Entrepreneur. He invests in a portfolio of companies solving problems around access to capital, talent and markets
To access our reasonably priced talent pool, tell to us about your project and we will match you with the right developer.