Background: Wikispeedia is dedicated to reducing road rage and accidental speeding tickets. We have been around since 2005. We have some real world solutions to reducing road rage.
This contest is to excite middle schoolers into the unbelievably challenging and rewarding development of programming. We chose this project because no one has done it. Be first. Ask questions. Journal, and tell Harvard that you were first runner up in the TRIPE contest!
You can do it, I promise. Its a chance to click and profit! Good Luck!
Step 1. You must register here to win. That way, we can communicate more easily with all contestants. Register with your real email, but use an alias for your name if you want.
Step 2. Get Discord and ask: discord.gg/yMp3dZb
Google is your friend. You can do it.
Contest ends Jan 10, 2020.
Step 2: NEW: Follow this on instagram https://www.instagram.com/james_wikispeedia/
Judging is based on:
- Does your app work? If it doesn’t work, don’t dispair, this is not as important as 2
- Your proving to the judges that you did the work. (show journal with dates, brief informal discussion of your app. Not a grilling, just a discussion)
Registered Contestants are shown on the right side of this page.
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—————update Dec 4, 2019————-
We are going to wrap this contest up soon, so write up what you have done and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Whatever you have done is fine. We won’t shame you, we won’t publish it, just write a few paragraphs about what you have done, where you asked, what you learned, what worried you, why what why. I know its hard, but if you started, you are a contestant.
Aside: Today, I found 150 colleges that dont require ACT or SAT testing. Instead they want kids who have extracurricular activities.
(Anything come to mind?)
We will probably end the contest before Jan 10, 2020. I am thinking Dec 13, 2020, so email me by then! $1000 first place, 10x$100 second places.