ACM, the Association for Computing Machinery, is an organization dedicated to fostering communities of people interested in computer science and related interests.
Princeton's student chapter of the ACM hosts regular mini-hackathons called Code@Nights every two or three weeks. They start with one-hour-long educational workshops, and there is free time afterwards where people stay to work on assignments and side projects, or to hang out and meet people.
We also send multiple teams to ICPC, the International Collegiate Programming Contest.
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