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(left to right) Jorge Malibran Angel G, Roberto J. Melendez ’12, and Kevin Kung G discuss a possible project at the 28-hour International Development (ID) Hackathon last Friday, Feb. 22. Co-hosted by the MIT Global Poverty Initiative and Harvard Developers for Development at the Microsoft NERD center, ID Hack brought together hackers and NGOs from the greater Boston area to work on projects that will make an impact on international development. At the kickoff on Friday evening, over thirty groups pitched ideas to developers, engineers and innovators. After, the entire group mixed to form teams to hack on specific projects.
(left to right) Jorge Malibran Angel G, Roberto J. Melendez ’12, and Kevin Kung G discuss a possible project at the 28-hour International Development (ID) Hackathon last Friday, Feb. 22. Co-hosted by the MIT Global Poverty Initiative and Harvard Developers for Development at the Microsoft NERD center, ID Hack brought together hackers and NGOs from the greater Boston area to work on projects that will make an impact on international development. At the kickoff on Friday evening, over thirty groups pitched ideas to developers, engineers and innovators. After, the entire group mixed to form teams to hack on specific projects.