This last weekend I had the tremendous pleasure of spending it with the incredibly bright, creative and inventive students of Georgia Tech. The occasion was a “hack for good,” an intense 24 hour code-cutting marathon where the participants were challenged to use their talents to conceive, design, build and demonstrate applications that would be used to help combat the growing epidemic of childhood obesity we are facing in this country. This was a part of the Intel “code for good” program and because I had met Professor Matthew Wolf when I participated in the hackathon that was a part of the IDF, he had invited Pivotal to play a part, allowing us to provide the PaaS that the student projects would be hosted on.
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