PennApps is the University of Pennsylvania's bi-annual hackathon event. The University's best programmers and entrepreneurs will team up over a weekend to build amazing applications. The event is hosted by the Dining Philosophers (Penn's computer science club). If you want to talk to us, you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
PennApps is run by a team of five University of Pennsylvania undergraduates: Pulak Mittal, Amalia Hawkins, Ayaka Nonaka, Jonathan Leung, and Trisha Kothari. With support from Penn's Ware House, our amazing sponsors, and many enthusiastic classmates, we handle the organization and running of the hackathon. This is a hackathon for university students, by university students-- a trend we hope to see spread to other schools and communities.
This upcoming Hackathon will be the sixth PennApps competition. In the past, PennApps has seen a tremendous response from the students and the tech community. We couldn't have done it without our fantastic sponsors! Take a look at some recent winning hacks from our Spring 2011 event to the right.
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