CMU Silicon Valley integrates the rich heritage and resources of the Pittsburgh campus with the opportunities available in the highly innovative and entrepreneurial Silicon Valley. Recently it was acknowledged by the Huffington Post as the best branch campus in the United States.
The Silicon Valley campus at Moffett Field in Mountain View, California, is home to almost 200 master's and Ph.D. students from 15 countries, working with faculty in multiple technical disciplines. For more than 10 years, CMU-SV has connected students with global employers, industry leaders, and thousands of CMU alumni in the Bay Area.
This app was created by actual CMU Silicon Valley Engineering and Management Students for an actual class: Open Source Software taught by Professor Tony Wasserman. We hope that it will help you learn about our the school where we built it.
David Housman - MS Software Management
John Lee - MS Software Engineering
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