First Student Android Appathon a Success

By December 10, 2012 IT-oLogy Defined

The first ever Student Android App Development Contest was hosted by the Open IT Lab, IT-oLogy and the University of South Carolina on Saturday, November 17. It was a tremendous success with more than 10 teams competing from across South Carolina.

This was the first Android application development contest exclusively for students in the state of South Carolina. Teams from the University of South Carolina, Clemson University, and various high schools entered and demonstrated applications of all types. SCANA, RhythmLink, and Blue Acorn from Charleston were sponsors and made it possible.
Winners Joseph Maley and Jacob Harrelson pictured here with
representatives from SCANA and Blue Acorn, sponsors of the contest.

Winners of the contest were Joseph Maley and Jacob Harrelson of Clemson University. They formed the ‘Cube Steaks’ team and developed an application called ‘Dinosaur Tycoon”. Drew Heavner of USC and Felix Fischer also received special mention. Felix is a 9th grade high school student and developed an impressive Bluetooth TicTacToe application.

 Eight teams from across SC demonstrated applications at IT-oLogy on November 17

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