AppHack X starts on Friday, April 5th! Learn more HERE
Welcome to the official page for the 18-hour long AppHack code festival held at Appalachian State University. AppHack is part of a shared effort to increase tech entrepreneurship, tech savviness, and code literacy worldwide. At AppHack, teams of students get involved in the software development process in whichever way that they can contribute. This process spans across design, development, and marketing disciplines. There are several products that have come from such events that are currently in use for everyday needs. In addition to being a highly productive environment, AppHack is loads of fun! There you will also find avid video gaming, free food all night long, and coffee-driven comraderie.
AppHack is hosted as a joint operation between the Women in Computer Science club (WICS), and the Appalachian Society for Computing, Informatics, and Innovation (ASCII). We hope to continue the fantastic legacy of AppHack, and strive to continually improve the AppHack experience for all.
Apphack X will begin on Friday, April 5th at 6pm and end on Saturday, April 6th at 12pm. For AppHack's tenth anniversary, we are expecting our largest turnout yet, with more sponsors and participants than ever before!
You can find more information about AppHack X here.
AppHack would not be possible without its generous sponsors. Check them out!
Appalachian State University Libraries' mission is to assist those who pursue knowledge. Technological advances have enabled libraries to further this goal and increase access to information. As library information technology evolves, we continue to be at the forefront of these developments. We are excited to collaborate with AppHack 2019 and sponsor the following category: Improving Library Services.
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These are the clubs that plan and run AppHack!
ASCII is an organization dedicated to improving the community for Computer Science students, providing career opportunities, and educating students in diverse concepts across the CS field.
The Women in Computer Science Club, or WICS, is an organization dedicated to supporting and encouraging women in technical majors, as well as providing opportunities outside the classroom and creating a strong, welcoming, community.