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Welcome.

Something new, right. Probably going to fail, right?  You are probably correct. What is the saying, “if you think you will loose, you already did”….

The only thing I can tell you, is only 2000 kids can try this, Only CMS and WEST. Why? To remove intimidation. Of the 2000, only probably 8th graders will try and only a couple STEM dropouts or closet programmers will enter. You are here, thats all it takes.

Good luck!

Ask questions on Discord or below.

 

-Jim Pruett

 

 

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