About WakeHacks 2021

WakeHacks is an annual event hosted by the Wake Forest University Department of Computer Science. Taking place in the Spring, we come together to create amazing stuff with nothing but our wits, our brains, and lots of caffeine.

This year, we’ve chosen a theme of “New Solutions to Old Problems” to inspire the teams. What kind of lofty projects will this engender? Join us to find out! And if you already have some ideas, register now!

We are also playing around with the concept of the hackathon a bit by establishing one special track from the get-go. The Blockchain & Cultural Property project will be composed of members from other departments and professional schools in the university. So if Solidity and smart contracts are your thing, definitely check it out. You’ll be working with art history, anthropology and law students to code solutions to some very old problems.

Hello world! WakeSites Starter Install

Welcome to WordPress. This is your first post. Edit or delete it, then start writing!

This WordPress install has been customized for WakeSites. Best practice plugins and a theme (Astra) are included!

Check out the plugins in the admin menu at Plugins > Installed Plugins – you will find a selection of helpful tools for creating forms and tables, site analytics, and more. Just activate what you need.

Best practice plugins have been activated for security, optimization, and accessibility. Enter your email address at Wordfence > Dashboard to complete the Wordfence security plugin installation.

If you want to get started quickly, check out the Starter Sites available at Appearance > Astra Starter Sites. To customize Astra with your own look, go to Appearance > Customize.

Extra theme functionality is available with the Astra Pro, Astra Premium Sites, and WP Portfolio plugins. Faculty, staff, and students may download the licensed versions at software.wfu.edu.

You can always install another theme if you wish!

For more information, please check out the Official WakeSites Documentation.

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