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Posts tagged “Hackathon”

August 7

Premium Lock Expert wants to help nab Russian password thieves

Network security  Alex Holden is looking for organized cyber criminals, and intelligence experts say he has "uncovered one of the largest caches of data ever seen."

June 2

Premium Lock FreeWheeling NC wins local CityCamp event

CityCamp NC 2014 FreeWheeling NC won the fourth annual CityCamp NC event held in Raleigh on May 29-31 for their idea of prototyping a way to make biking safer in North Carolina.

Updated March 28

Premium Lock HackDuke hackathon draws students nationwide to 'code for good'

HackDuke 2014 From for-profit to non-profit: That's the spin for the second HackDuke hackathon at Duke University this weekend. Some 300 college students from around the country were selected fro more than 1,000 applicants to come together and crowdsource ideas to help nonprofits.

Tags: Hackathon
Updated March 21

Premium Lock Female programmers unite for weekend hackathon

Pearl Hacks UNC Students have worked with their counterparts at UVA and Maryland to put together a hackathon for women this weekend in Chapel Hill called Pearl Hacks.

Updated November 19, 2013

Premium Lock Chapel Hill's first Triangle Startup Weekend delivers promising results

Triangle Startup Weekend has been making rounds throughout the Triangle for a while, but Friday, Saturday, and Sunday marked the event's first stop in Chapel Hill. And the quality of the work done was as good as I've ever seen at a Startup Weekend.

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Updated November 19, 2013

Premium Lock 'Hack Duke' - an 'off the charts' event for tech creators

Organized just this semester, the weekend event draws student inventors from across the southeast. Top prize goes to a team that turns sign language into speech through use of an amazing glove. Duke senior Dennis Li helped put the event together, and Adam Klein of The American Underground gives the tech showcase a big thumbs up.

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