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Math major Jason Feldman of Davidson College wins the largest hackathon in the nation

Jason Feldman ’18 won top honors this past week at the nation’s largest annual event in the burgeoning field of sports analytics by creating a new weapon for pro basketball teams, including those whose owners and general managers were at the conference. Feldman topped Ivy League students to win the hackathon at the 12th Annual MIT Sloan Sports Analytics Conference ...

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Dillard’s Deven Berry ‘19, three other Computer Science majors travel to San Francisco for Black Enterprise Hackathon

Four Dillard University students departed The Oaks for a week in the postcard worthy views of the San Francisco Bay area. But, for at least a day, they’ll only see the walls of a hotel room and the glare from their laptops, as they compete in the BE Smart Hackathon 3.0. Dillard University’s “Four Loop” team of programmers, Deven Berry, ...

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Paige Stanley gets a thrill using algorithm to schedule Johns Hopkins’ student exams

Coordinating a small group of friends for dinner can be challenging enough. Imagine building a schedule for thousands of students. For Paige Stanley, a Johns Hopkins University senior, the difficulty of the undertaking is precisely what makes the final exams scheduling process so intriguing. Stanley is part of a small team of students who help to develop the exam schedule ...

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