Senior Week Hackathon: What Would You Build in Exactly 36 Hours?

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Evan Carmi ’13 and Julian Applebaum ’13 want to let you know about the Senior Week Hackathon:

What would you build if you only had 36 hours?

Better course registration? No problem. Tracking down alums? Done. Reliving your campus years with music? Get your smartphone out. On Saturday, May 18th, 3 teams of Wesleyan students will go head-to-head to build the best Wes-themed web app. Apps will be judged by a team of all-star Wesleyan Computer Science alumni and a community vote on campus. The better the app scores, the more awesome the prize. Are you game? 

Check out the website for more information. Five different companies are sponsoring the event with prizes. If you’re interested in joining last minute send an email to ecarmi@wes or japplebaum@wes.

The web apps will launch on Sunday night and there will a community vote for best app.

Time: May 18th at 12pm to May 19th at 11:59pm
Place: Exley Science Center
Why: To build awesome stuff.
Cost: 
free, and prizes of books, server hosting and gadgets for winning teams.

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