SF Hacks Draws Competitors From Around The Country

Over 450 students built websites, apps and more in just a day

What do you get when you put hundreds of tech-minded students in a room for 24 caffeine-fueled hours? Apps. Lots of them.

Saturday, March 2, marked the start of San Francisco State University’s third annual SF Hacks, a student-run “hackathon” where teams competed to put together fully functioning websites, mobile apps and more over a 24-hour time period. SF Hacks is the largest university hackathon in San Francisco, and this year’s was the best-attended yet, drawing over 450 student competitors from across the country and Canada to SF State’s Student Life Events Center.

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