Students venture into programming at Hack HW

Students venture into programming at Hack HW

Students worked for 36 hours to develop programs at Hack HW, the school’s second hackathon, in the Mudd Library Feb 18-19. Jonathan Damico ’18, Jordan Barkin ’18, Allen Gan ’18, and Matthew Wang ’18 won first place for their program Seamless, an extension for Google Docs that calculates typed equations. The team also received Amazon […]

Students partake in first hackathon

Students partake in first hackathon

Computer science students worked for 36 hours at Hack H-W Jan. 16-17, learning about technological entrepreneurship while competing in the school’s first hackathon. Shelley Jain ’16 and Justin Rose ’17 brought the hackathon to the upper school, allowing 50 students to work with 10 mentors from technology companies and the California Institute of Technology. Students […]

Students to participate in hackathon

Students will collaborate in computer programming and learn about technological entrepreneurship at Hack HW, a 36-hour student hackathon Jan. 16-17. Participants will divide into multiple groups and work on a programming project throughout the event as part of a competition. Though most hackathon participants generally create apps or websites, students are free to pursue whatever […]