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Our first programming contest
This was our first programming contest in California, and we hope to host more! There was a great turnout of 35 students, or 14 teams. The contest was held in the Union Church of Cupertino on October 26th. Congratulations to the winners of the advanced division, TeamsCode Staff from Monta Vista High School. Below are the winners in each division:
TeamsCode Staff from Monta Vista High School (720 points)
- Parth Asawa, Abhinav Kommula, and Tae Kyu Kim
Henry from LAHS (540 points)
- Arthur Zhou, Henry Huang, and Henry Wang
Counsel of Water Sheep from Amador Valley High School (410 points)
- Timothy Gao, Matthew Zhao, Steven Yang, and Charles Jin
Farmer John & Bessie the Cow from Monta Vista High School (440 points)
- Howard Peng and Michael Ding
Desmos from Irvington High School (390 points)
- Stanley Ko, Kripa Kini, and Frederick Zhang
1234 from Lynbrook High School (360 points)
- Alec Chen and Wesley Hung
Gold Sponsor: CodeWizards
Gold Sponsor: Makaboom
The vision of Makaboom is to lower the entry point of coding education and help children to find out about the joy of coding as a life skill through practical and hands-on projects in robotics and programming. We offer tech lab, afterschool classes, and competition team opportunities to inspire students to learn and grow through diverse learning experiences.
Silver Sponsor: Bugsee
Bugsee is a crash and bug reporting tool for mobile apps. Every report includes video, network calls, and logs leading up to the bug/crash.
Silver Sponsor: BunBao
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Bronze Sponsor: Breakout Mentors
About Breakout Mentors:
Breakout Mentors provides 1-on-1 personalized coding tutoring for ages 8-15 with mentors from Stanford, UC Berkeley, and more. They provide a project-based approach in Python, Java, etc with weekly sessions.