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Updated: Awesome blog post on Startuprev.com about the Mobile App Challenge: http://www.startuprev.com/3rd-annual-cu-mobile-app-challenge/
For the past two years, the Mobile Apps Challenge (MAC) at CU-Boulder has been a great playground for Computer Science students who are interested in developing applications for mobile devices. The competition not only allows students to sharpen their technical skills but also cultivates in them the entrepreneurial spirit. Erudio, an iOS app that helps students better manage their school schedules, won first place out of twelve submitted apps at the last year MAC and is now available on the App Store. Its two young co-founders also started their own mobile/web consultancy firm called Monospace Ltd while finishing their undergraduate years.
Continuing the tradition, the Computer Science Undergraduate Advisory Committee (CSUAC) proudly announces its 3rd annual Mobile Apps Challenge. This two-round event will be happening on March 15th and April 12th with the participation of student teams from across Colorado including CU-Boulder, Colorado State University, University of Colorado at Denver, and Colorado School of Mines.
Mobile App Challenge: The community event is on Friday, April 12th at The HUB Boulder.
The total cash prize is $2000 sponsored by SAP!!!
The teams will be provided a specific spot where they are expected to give a quick demo to the community members and the judges. After that, the community members and the judges will vote for the best teams. We are going to combine their score to determine the final result.
Food will be served!!!
Musikfly: a platform for musical influencers to manage all their music submissions in one smart, simple feed.
PicPoc: a photo manager/viewer that runs on iOS. Its interface allows you to horizontally scroll through albums of photos, and PicPoc can view photos from your phone's photo library or you can save photos to PicPoc to keep them secure. PicPoc's best feature is the ability to lock/unlock your viewing to a single photo, or album of photos.
MGate: Our app allows users to simulate basic logic gate connections and outputs. Users can organize and/nand/nor/not or xor gates together to simulate basic digital logic. This would be a useful tool for teaching and learning about logic gates.
JamWalkr: a social music-listening and sharing app, designed to let users decide not only what kind of music they love, but WHERE it is loved
LightStop: an app that simply does one task really well: Displays current scheduling information for the light rail
Orpheus: is a digital DJ/Jukebox streaming music service for restaurants, bars, coffeeshops, and house parties. It uses social media and machine learning to play music that is revelant to guest and patrons.
The event is fully sponsored by SAP
Poster is designed by M-Design: http://www.behance.net/mattmagnotta
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CSUAC - CS Undergraduate Advisory Committee
CSUAC - CS Undergraduate Advisory Committee is a student group in CU Boulder Computer Science Department
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