Kim Truett (GA) - Director at Hacker Highschool


Kim started hacking computers on an Apple II - hiding programming instructions into memory addresses that the Apple OS had reserved, but wasn't actually using in order to build more complex Educational Software than was technically possible at the time. From there she has made a career out of programming computers with a focus on management of accurate, secure data warehouses. Today, she helps run the nonprofit Hackerhigh School; is CEO of her own company, and helps develop global data standards - she still does her own programming and still explores with what's "beyond the obvious" in her spare time.


December 3, 2018, 9:30 am - 10:10 am
Defensive Hacking: A Collaboration in Teaching between IBM and Hacker Highschool - Texas Salon F
December 3, 2018, 11:30 am - 12:10 pm
The One Underrated Skill a Teen Should Learn: Infusing Ethical Hacking Across the Curriculum - Texas Salon C