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Pre-College Students Unveil Apps at Science Fair [Slideshow]

Flatiron School / 3 August 2015

What does the closet from Clueless, meal planning, and drought tracking have in common? That would be the Advanced Software Engineering II class in NYC, where Pre-College students created apps on just about every topic imaginable. The two-week course, a follow-up on Intro to Software Engineering, taught students how to connect APIs and create complex models to back apps. “It’s been pretty amazing,” said Pre-College student Natalie Benderly. “I knew nothing about coding. Now I’ve learned whole new worlds.”

Peruse below to check out the event, which was open to the community.

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