PULLMAN, Wash. – Everything our computers do, they do because we program them to do it. Maybe you want to design a game or an app that’s brand new. To create that game or app, you have to help your computer understand what to do.
PULLMAN, Wash. – Programming-savvy students and their computers took over two floors of the CUE on Saturday for Washington State University’s second annual hackathon. “Last year we had 30 students; this year we had 96,” said Andrew Bates, a computer science senior and organizer of the event.
PULLMAN — A team of the WSU student chapter of the Association for Computing Machinery won the site championship at the International Collegiate Programming Contest on Saturday, Nov. 7, at the University of Idaho. “I’m very proud of our team,” said WSU faculty coach Carl Hauser. “It’s great that for three years in a […]