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ACM

We really love computers. We also know that one of the most important parts of an education is experiential learning. Our goal is to supplement the top-notch Case Western Computer Science curriculum with top-notch practical skill development by planning events, working on projects together, and providing valuable networking opportunities for members.

Below is an abbreviated list of what is on our plate for this year. If you are interested in being involved in one of these projects (even if you aren't a Computer Science major), drop the project leader an e-mail!

GitHub Organization

We have our GitHub organization where members can view and contribute to the code that helps run Hacker Society. You can find us at hacsoc.

ACM Conference: Link-State

Every fall ACM holds our Link-State conference, where we bring together people from around the country to get together, talk about all technology related to computing, and hear talks from a variety of awesome speakers.

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HackCWRU Hackathon

Every spring ACM holds our HackCWRU hackathon to bring students from schools near and far to Case Western Reserve University for food, sleeplessness, caffeine, coding, hardware, and (most importantly) learning. HackCWRU will happen again in Spring 2016, but until then you can view the Spring 2015 event here.

ACM Servers

Thanks to the generous donation from various students and alumni, we purchased our very own server. The server is maintained for students by students and is a great place for students to have a place to play around, or to host their projects.

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