By Staff Reports
(Victor Valley)– The Computer Science and Engineering Club at Cal State San Bernardino held its first Google Cloud Platform (GCP) Hackathon on Saturday, March 6, and concluded Sunday, March 3, at noon.
The event was a competition between teams consisting of 3-5 people who were given 15 hours to hack enough code to demonstrate Sunday morning. Each team was judged by a panel of experts.
The hackathon was sponsored by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) foothill section, Google, CSUSB Associated Students Inc. (ASI), the university’s Computer Science and Engineering Club (CSE), as well as Information Technology Services (ITS).