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ADI’s DevFest took place last week, with various workshops for beginners and more experienced coders and “Open Hack Spaces,” where participants could hang out with each other and meet engineers from sponsor companies. The week then culminated with the Hackathon portion, which lasted from Friday at 4pm until Saturday at noon. Whether you’re into computer science or […]

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Last night (and this morning), ambitious programmers participated in the Devfest Hackathon, a marathon of hacking which started at 6 pm on Friday and ended today at noon. Bwog sent Developer Devotee Maud Rozee to visit the scene. Blizzard Nemo was raging at 11:30 last night when I visited the Devfest Hackathon, making the trip […]

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