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tribeHacks

April 5, 2016
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Anna Li ’17 (left) and Wendy Guo ’18 scouted out a comfortable spot in a lounge area in Small Hall for tribeHacks ’16.

Photo by Joseph McClain

This past weekend, William & Mary students participated in tribeHacks, a 32-hour coding marathon in which teams try to build the best app, web component or hardware enhancement. This year’s venue allowed hackers to use the Small Hall makerspace for soldering or other hardware work. The event was entirely organized by undergraduate members of William & Mary’s chapter of the Association of Computing Machinery.

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