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Five Students Bring Home $12,000 From PNC Coding Competition

Crazy Cat Coders

The Crazy Cat Coders consisting of Maddie Douglas, Brandon Donaldson, Juliana Connelly, Ash Conti, and Angela Zhang won the $12,000 Community focused app award for their app TSharing.

PNC hosted the event on April 29 in a virtual environment where they competed against Montour and Penn Hills students at the annual Young Innovators “Code for Your Cause” event.

TSharing was developed to help people find, recycle, or reuse gently used school supplies. These five students worked as a team to complete the app in four months. The students were rewarded with some cool PNC swag that included an Amazon Fire tablet, a Raspberry Pi 4, and water bottles.

Additionally, the students were rewarded for their app with a choice of an Apple Watch, a Nintendo Switch, or an Oculus VR headset. 

Way to Go Wolverines!

The Crazy Cat Coders won an app building competition as part of the annual Young Innovaters "Code for Your Cause" campaign.

The Crazy Cat Coders won an app building competition as part of the annual Young Innovaters "Code for Your Cause" campaign.





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