Hack U: Yahoo's 24-hour Programming Contest
Over 40 students created 20 projects ranging from applications that lock you out of FaceBook until you get your homework done to an alarm clock that will not shut off until you solve a math problem to a game using smart phones, geo-positioning, and invisible boundaries to play tag.
"We had a great time this year at the University of Texas. We've met a lot of very talented and determined students who are going to make great additions to the engineering force once they graduate. A big thanks to our hosts at the campus and for everyone that made this event a success," said Jonathan LeBlanc, Yahoo! Principal Software Engineer / Technology Evangelist.
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