Bowie State University
Computer Science Building
14000 Jericho Park Road
Bowie, MD 20715
April 28, 2018
General Information:A hackathon is a gathering where programmers collaboratively analyze, design and code in an agile manner over a short period of time. The Patriots hackathon will feature teams of four beginner-level middle and high school students who will take part in a prerequisite intensive Python training to compete in a challenging hackathon design of foster team work and collaboration while allowing them to showcase acquired development skills.
Training Workshops: All students are expected to take part in an intensive hands-on training program for several months, led by software engineering mentors leading up to the hackathon. Mentors will teach students basic and intermediate programming constructs and concepts that will allow them to develop applications through a series of hands-on and interactive training sessions. By obtaining this foundational knowledge, students will be able to build upon these concepts and learn programming languages. Python is just the start.
HACK THE DAY"
Expressions - Data Types - Variables - Procedures - Functions Design Techniques -Developing - Mock
5800 Martin Luther King Jr. Hwy;
Seat Pleasant, Maryland 20743
SECURING THE PIPELINE P PIPELINE....
Sandra and Mikayla Hill
Co-Chair, Hackathon Competitions
"Empowering Students Through Technology"
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Workshops will start in October 2017 to April 2018
2nd & 3rd Saturday of each month 10am - 12noon
Prince George's Community College
Winner of the Hack the Day Hackathon will be selected by a panel of five-to-seven judges that includes industry
leaders and industry influencers. Submissions will be scored at the end of the day based on the following
criteria with a minimum score of 0 and a maximum score of 20 points, with the final score being the average of
the judges' scores:
Simplicity (5 points):
Creativity (5 points):
Design ( 5 points):
- Session 1: Expressions, Data Types and Variables
- Session 2: Flow control and Flowing Charting
- Session 3: Procedures and Functions
- Session 4: Classes and Sub Classes
- Session 5: Design Techniques using Lumpy
- Session 6: Developing windows programs using Tkinter
- Session 7: Developing windows program Tkinter
- Session 8: Mock Hackathon using Tkinter
Benefits for Students
First Prizes Each member on the team will receive a $100 Gift Card
Second Prize Each member on the team will receive a $50 Gift Card
Third Prize Each member on the team will receive a $25 Gift Card
You must be an active member of the Patro-Tech Science Club.
Business and Government Support:
We will be reaching out to the Banking Industry, Northrop Grumman, Federal agencies, IT organizations, and colleges/universities.