Thanks in part to a co-sponsorship from the EdTech Network and COIL, HackPSU, a 24-hour learning event for novice to expert computer programming students from around the globe, is again coming to Penn State.
More than 400 hackers are expected to be a part of the workshops and competition, being held April 9—10, 2016, on the University Park campus. Tracks include a basic course in building a personal website to more advanced courses on Android, iOS, machine learning, and neural networks. A panel of judges will choose the winning team based on creativity, technical difficulty, and how the concept produced is used to solve the given problem.
HackPSU is free and open to all undergraduate students.
Visit HackPSU online to view a schedule of events and register.
Watch the video below for a look at the 2015 HackPSU.