A Hartland High School senior took first place in Kettering University’s inaugural Hackathon on Sept. 16.
阿德里亚娜Lippolis of Linden took home a Sony PlayStation 5 for winning the “Cracking the College Code” Hackathon.
活动期间, high school juniors and seniors tested their skills and showcased their problem-solving abilities in a series of programming challenges of increasing difficulty. Each problem included advanced data structures. Students used Python or Java to code.
Clarkston High School junior 诺亚Gedraitis of Clarkston earned second place and took home a Nintendo Switch. Henry Ford II High School junior 艾萨克·凯洛格 of Macomb and Winston Churchill High School senior Pradham反观 of Westland earned third and fourth place, 分别. They took home Razer BlackShark Gaming Headsets.
Participants also had the opportunity to tour campus and meet fellow competitors, Kettering students, 校友, faculty and the 的电子竞技 Director.