This past weekend SCIS hosted another great year of MangoHacks, a 36-hour hackathon that encourages learning, collaboration, growth, innovation, and fun. A hackathon is a creative coding and invention marathon. Students come together with an idea or a passion, get into teams, and build that idea into something tangible in 36 hours. At the end of the hackathon, the teams will show what they built to judges and other participants. A hackathon is an awesome place to push yourself, learn new skills, and meet amazing people.
This year there were a lot of awesome projects hacked together and they were shared through Facebook Live and Periscope. Which you can see below:
Here is a Photo Gallery of the weekend:
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