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2017-02-09D HackMT

2017-02-09D HackMT

MTSU sophomore Samuel Remedios, a computer science major, explains his Team 8 project ParkMT to attendees. Fellow teammate Kirolos Shahat from UT Knoxville is standing in the background with arms folded. They were attending the second annual MTSU Hackathon, HackMT, where students, alumni, faculty and industry mentors from MTSU, as well as from other universities across the state, spend 36 straight hours developing computer software technology products, then present them to be judged at a fair in the Science Building Atrium. (MTSU photo by J. Intintoli)

MTSU sophomore Samuel Remedios, a computer science major, explains his Team 8 project ParkMT to attendees. Fellow teammate Kirolos Shahat from UT Knoxville is standing in the background with arms folded. They were attending the second annual MTSU Hackathon, HackMT, where students, alumni, faculty and industry mentors from MTSU, as well as from other universities across the state, spend 36 straight hours developing computer software technology products, then present them to be judged at a fair in the Science Building Atrium. (MTSU photo by J. Intintoli)


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