CORALVILLE, IA – The annual ISE Coding Garage is back for its 5th year this summer. The 9-week summer program held at the University of Iowa BioVentures Center kicked off on Tuesday, June 11th, encouraging 46 area high school students to create an original Android app using coding skills gained through weekly meetings.
New for participants this summer is a choice between two knowledge tracks, Introductory for students creating their first mobile application, and Advanced for more experienced individuals ready to learn deeper skill sets with the help of software engineers from Innovative Software Engineering (ISE).
Along with support from ISE, the cost of this annual program is free for participants, thanks to generous sponsorships from the University of Iowa Electrical and Computer Engineering Department and the Iowa City Area Development (ICAD) Group.
The 2019 program will conclude on August 6th, with a presentation of mobile apps to friends, family, and a panel of judges. $850 in cash prizes are available for the students with the best innovations.
For more information on the ISE Coding Garage, contact Daniela Williams at 319.359.3010.