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In early October, Jacob Buckheit, Craig Schwerin, and Austin Farrugia began working to
create a bigger and better Naples Florida Programming Competition. Next
After countless hours of planning, the programming competition started to come together.
With the help of Community School of Naples, AgingCare.com, the Collier County Public
School System, and the Southwest Florida Regional Technology Partnership, the
competition gained traction and was planned for April 23rd, 2016. Next
Jacob began work redeveloping the website for the competition and the system which would
be used on the day of the competition. Next
Craig Schwerin and Austin Farrugia began designing challenging problems for teams to
the competition. Next
April 23rd came quickly! Next
The competitors started to get excited as we neared 8:45! Next
32 Students from 6 schools across the county on 16 teams worked alone or with partners
in order to solve as many problems
as possible through three rounds of programming. Next
Teams struggled through hard and easy problems throughout the
After the competition wrapped up, the judges calculated scores. Next
Nico Basile and Gabe Kralik on team "Baslisk" from Community School of Naples
took third place overall. The third place prize was a $25 Visa gift card for each member of the
Kyle Hilbert and Dominik Korunda from the Community School of Naples on team "The
Grapefruits" took second place overall. The second place prize was a $50 Visa gift card for each
of the team. Next
The winners were Rip Lyster and Kieran Rowan from Gulf Coast High School on
team "T2 Bois". The winning prize was a $75 Visa gift card for each member of the
We could not have made this awesome day possible without our awesome volunteers! Next
We had a great time at this years competition! We are excited to offer a bigger and
better competition next year! Thanks to everybody who helped to make this competition possible.
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