Attention UW-Bothell students interested in computer programming and interactive media: here is an interesting event worth checking out!
At CodeDay, hosted by local non-profit StudentRND, students group up in competitive teams to be the best coders. With only 24 hours, everyone works vigorously and passionately to design and develop a new, functioning script from scratch.
In this environment of little more than fresh pizza and donuts, whizzing computers, fellow programmers and a lot of innovative energy, age and experience level become irrelevant. In the last Seattle event, the youngest participants were only 14-years old, yet they competed just as well against their high school and college peers. Displaying a wide range of talents and technologies—from coding to graphics design to audio composition and from websites to mobile apps to offline games—the final presentations and awards ceremony mark the long, but meaningful and exciting day’s end.
For the full article by KING 5 about the previous CodeDay event, please click here.
For more information on the Bellevue CodeDay Classic event (Apr 6-Apr 7), please click here.
For more information on the next Seattle CodeDay event (May 25-May 26), please click here.