Fourth year of Ohio State hackathon expected to draw hundreds
Story excerpt provided by The Lantern.
Written by Yini Liu.
More than 700 people are expected to spend the weekend of Nov. 19 and 20 at the Ohio Union, creating technologies that range from an app to help prevent suicide to an alarm that could tell the weather.
Ohio State is holding its fourth annual hackathon, known as HackOHI/O. The technology competition, held every fall, gives individual groups 24 hours to meet people, learn new skills and build projects, such as mobile apps, operating systems and cloud-based software.
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Originally published October 20, 2016.
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