High School Division
Saturday, January 25, 2013
9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Interested in expanding your knowledge and experience in dealing with technology? Join us for our annual Programming Competition or Mobile App Workshop.
Students must choose one activity in the registration process.
1. If you are interested in math, logic, and have some programming experience the Programming Contest is for you. Participate individually or bring your own team. Inspired by the ACM International Programming contest and the ACU Lifeline Programming Contest (College), each team of 3 programmers will have 1 computer, 8 problems, 3 hours, and 3 lifelines. Lifelines, a timeout with a coach or mentor, allow teams to confer with the coach for a few minutes to get their bearings and get unstuck. Coaches will have a whiteboard and a few minutes to brain-storm, diagram, critique, and focus their team.
Languages include: C, C++, Java. Compilers: MinGW 5.1.2 GNU gcc/g++, Java SE Development Kit 5, Python 3.2
2. If you are interested in design, video, mobile apps, and gaming, the Mobile App Development Workshop is for you. Participate individually or bring your friends. Whether you have built your own apps before or have no experience at all, this workshop is for you. Join Dr. Brian Burton as he teaches about Mobile App Development and you get hands on experience of what the Digital Entertainment world offers.
- Early Registration by January 3: $12 per person
- Regular Registration by January 17: $15 per person
- Meal, t-shirt, and registration fee included in price
- For more information please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or 325-674-256