The Princeton ACM is the student chapter of the world’s largest educational and scientific computing society, the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM). The Princeton ACM aims to connect and create a community for Princeton students of all majors interested in computer science. We hold regular events, such as our bi-to-tri-weekly all-night-long Hackathons (“Code@Night”), study breaks, and programming competitions. We also hold a variety of career events, such as a Resume Workshop (sponsored by Facebook) or mock technical interviews.
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