Coding for GOOD: Meet the Top Three Finalists Coding for GOOD: Meet the Top Three Finalists
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Coding for GOOD: Meet the Top Three Finalists

by GOOD Partner

January 18, 2013

This content was produced by GOOD with support of Apollo Group

Most intrigued by Javascript and Jquery, Speisman created his final project around Jquery UI libraries in a simple web app that mimics magnetic refrigerator door poems. The project “allows end-users to create their own unique, quirky, and funny poems by clicking and re-arranging the words on the screen.”

Congratulations to all our three finalists and check back at GOOD to hear more about the hack-a-thon—or sign up below to join us.

If you are in Los Angeles and would like to meet our finalists and see the projects they create during the hack-a-thon, RSVP here for Google Hack-a-thon Demo Night on Sunday, January 27 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.

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