Students: ride to hackNY with 10gen

In order to help students from around the Northeast compete in the upcoming hackNY Student Hackathon, 10gen is sponsoring buses to and from New York City on March 24-25. One bus will stop in Cambridge, Providence, and New Haven, while another will pick up students in Philadelphia, Princeton, and New Brunswick. Students who ride round-trip on the bus will be refunded the $20.00 registration fee, and all buses have wifi on board.

The hackNY 23-hour Student Hackathon will be held at the Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences at NYU, and students will be invited to use technologies created by New York-based startups to create new applications. For more information, visit hackny.org.

Students are also invited to check out the 10gen Careers Page for up-to-date information on summer internships and entry-level positions.

Photos from the fall 2011 Hackathon

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