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SS12: Code for a Cause@USC
Friday, February 1, 2013 at 6:30 PM - Sunday, February 3, 2013 at 7:00 PM (PST)
Los Angeles, CA
SS12 is a Code-A-Thon Challenge organized by Project:Possibility and USC ACM. In the past, SS12 events have been held at the University of Southern California (USC) and the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). This event provides an opportunity for undergraduate and graduate software developers to make a profound difference by developing innovative, empowering software projects for disabled persons and win prizes for their work. The purpose of SS12 is to increase awareness of issues in accessible computing and be educational and fun for all participants. More info about the competition at ss12.info.com
Whether you're new to programming or an experienced developer, come out to USC's SS12 competition. You can work with a team or by yourself. If you don't know anyone, don't worry. Teams will be formed at the Kick off Reception. We guarentee it'll be a memorable experience and there will be free food and prizes!
Friday 2/1 6:30pm: Kick off Reception @GFS101
Saturday 2/2 : Start programming!
Sunday 2/3 : Meet at 5pm for presentations.
More info will be sent to you after you register!
Shoutout to 2012 US SS12 Champions:
The USC Mobile Haptic Game Team with Dijkstra's Den for Android
When & Where
The Association for Computing Machinery is a world-wide computing society for computer professionals. The USC chapter of ACM is actively involved in organizing numerous events that help Trojans apply their invaluable computing skills to the real world- from developing software for people with disabilities to developing applications for mobile phones, thus encouraging innovation. We have it all - game development, programming contests, hacking competitions and many more! We connect Trojans with industry representatives, alumni, professionals and faculty through information and recruitment sessions. We also provide a forum for Trojan engineers to mingle, collaborate and create! Whether you are an entering freshman with an undeclared major, or a graduate student, we welcome you to explore the various opportunities that USC ACM offers. Fight on!