Jerica Richardson and Daniel Santos, co-founders of the Atlanta-based group, Hackout Ninja.
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Jerica Richardson and Daniel Santos, co-founders of the Atlanta-based group, Hackout Ninja.

Clark Atlanta University this week welcomes its incoming freshman class in a way never done before-- with hacking. A six-hour technical marathon is open to as many as a thousand students. They will collaborate to code and come up with technical innovations that could change the world. The event is being labeled as the largest hackathon at a historically black college and university. We talked with two of the organizers, Jerica Richardson and Daniel Santos of the Atlanta-based group, Hackout Ninja.