Student Hackathon: Animal Rescue! @csnyc @sepnyc @TheWCS #cs4nyc @scratch #CS4All #CS4NY

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Wow! What a day! Our ladyada was at the Student Hackathon: Animal Rescue today in NYC part of the Computer Science For All, New York City Department of Education efforts! Congrats students the code and projects were great!

At CS4ALL hackathons, students from all over New York City are challenged work together to reimagine their communities and how technology gets used. Hackathons are ideal for honing new or familiar programming languages as students work in fresh and exciting environments, learning how to rapidly prototype ideas and create working demos, as well as develop and present their ideas to judges and other students. How can code help animals in need? Find out at the CS4ALL Hackathon on Thursday, November 3 at the Downtown Community Television Center! Coders + animal lovers of all levels are welcome!


CS4ALL Hackathon: Animal Rescue! by Computer Science For All, New York City Department of Education
CS4ALL – The New York City Department of Education.
CSforAll Consortium.
NYC Foundation for Computer Science Education (Twitter).
The Software Engineering Pilot for the NYC Department of Education (Twitter).


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