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Nov. 28, 2017 8:59 am

Student hackers: Head to Temple University for a day of product building

Local Hack Day is happening at colleges and high schools around the world Dec. 2.

Code that code Dec. 2 at Temple.

(Photo by Flickr user Nigel Pepper, used under a Creative Commons license)

Some 186 students from the Philly area gathered at Temple University last December for the first local iteration of a global hackathon called Local Hack Day.

On Dec. 2 the “12-hour hack day that brings together the local hacker community” is happening again with backing from local companies like SEI, Guru, Vanguard, Unisys, Elsevier and Captech.

Participation is only open to university students from the Greater Philadelphia area, said organizer Shail Shetye, from student group TUDev.

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The event is free and will take place at Temple’s Howard Gittis Student Center.

Organizations: Temple University
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