This year’s qualifying round opens up on the 27th of May. It’s a “first in best dressed” competition as more points are awarded for finishing early. The top 150 scores get to participate in the weekend conference in July at the University of Waikato. To participate you need to register asap (link)
This year we may have a go and see if we can qualify to compete in :
Our first practice session is Thursday 31/5 after school in lab 37.
We’re going to play capture the flag on this site:
If you find a key, then add it on this document here. (link) <– This will only be writeable during our sessions.
This year’s Tropfest short film festival winner is ‘Back o’ the Bus’ by New Plymouth Boys’ High School digital media teacher Hannah Taylor.
Here’s something different. Keep your coding skills sharp by playing interactive games.
The Codeworx Challenge is an annual competition here in New Zealand that rewards innovation and initiative. In groups of up to four people, students were tasked with solving a real world problem this year using a Raspberry Pi and code. The results were outstanding as you can see for yourself on their website.
Industry professionals were also impressed if this article from the New Zealand Herald is any indication.