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This is what they had been working toward for over 24 hours, and it was a thrilling moment for them to see that what had been a germ of an idea when they first got to the hackathon had developed into almost completely functioning app. “We’re surprised that it worked,” said Chou.
App developer Doug Kelly had come to to downtown Brooklyn early Saturday morning, to a student lounge at the Polytechnic Institute of New York University, or N.Y.U.-Poly as everyone calls it, for the Metropolitan Transportation Authority's App Quest hackathon, sponsored by AT&T. It's a two-day challenge with judging and prizes that asks participants to come up with apps that make transit work better for New Yorkers in a single, 30-hour sit-down. “Ideally when I come in to the city with my family,” Kelly said, “I can come in and know exactly where I’m going.”
Over 100 programmers and designers are expected to converge at the downtown Brooklyn campus starting May 4, to compete for prizes as they try to write their way over the course of 30 hours through apps that will make the transit system work better for New Yorkers.
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