Olive White Garvey Business and Technology Building, LAB7
The Hack-A-Thon is open to all Friends students without regard to their major or class standing. Freshman through senior students from a variety of majors work together to combine their skills and help outside clients develop web sites and other applications; develop computer games; learn to configure and manage Linux servers and clients; and develop a personal portfolio website. Hack-A-Thons allow students to graduate with several “real world” projects on their resume. Hack-A-Thons are a way for students to learn new skills and gain confidence within and outside of their major area of study in a non-graded, learning community environment.
Edmund Stanley Library, 219