Augusta University team wins Augusta Hackathon 2016

From 11 a.m.—5 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 14, Rural Sourcing, Inc. hosted Augusta Hackathon 2016, a web development competition where teams of college students competed against each other to fix bug errors and other web functions on an existing website.

Augusta University fielded two full teams and had one participant added onto another team.

The first place team was comprised of Michael Townsend, Zane Corder, Morgan Smith and Blake Ledden

Notable mentions include Shelby Wilson, who won a Rasberry Pi 2 and Michael Archer, who won an 8-bit coffee mug.

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