A few months ago, I wrote an article about some of Utah’s finest food trucks. Although combing through the Twitter-verse to track down a specific truck was a time-consuming process, it was a situation in which I often found myself: hungry, in an unfamiliar part of town and not really wanting to hit up a fast food joint. Unbeknownst to me at the time, there was an app that could have made my food truck odyssey more efficient. It’s called NomNom Finder, which uses GPS technology to show its users where food trucks can be found and whether or not they’re open. The app was conceived by local, independent product development manager Hala Saleh, during a Startup Weekend in Provo. “On my way down, I had a few ideas, and a food truck finder was one of them,” Saleh says. “I initially felt silly about it, but when I got there and saw that the organizers of the weekend were giving out food truck bucks and I saw the enthusiasm of the attendees, I thought that the timing was perfect.”