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LTC students crack the winning code at CodeDay Columbia

LEXINGTON, S.C. ‹ Ten Lexington Technology Center computer science students took part in StudentRND¹s CodeDay Columbia November 7­8.

The non-profit hosted the event for high school and college students interested in coding. Students pitched ideas, formed teams and attended workshops before creating an app or video game in a 24-hour period.

LTC Students Dustin Laws and Jason Springer won the Best App award for the iCinema mobile application, Noah Goering and Jonathan Simpson received the Best Game award for the Mail Male Game and Mason Smith took the Solo Flight Award for creating the Flight Roulette mobile application.

Photo Caption:  Lexington Technology students participate in the 24-hour CodeDay Columbia event hosted by StudentRND. Tucker Hood, Mason Smith, Noah Goering, LTC Program Manager Rosemary Bianchi, Zachary Caraway, Jonathan Simpson, Aaron Johnson, Chase Bunge, Gabe Dieterly, Jason Springer and Dustin Laws worked in groups to design apps and video games.

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