2013 iPhone app competition
CP469- iPhone Application Programming was offered for the fourth time at Laurier during Winter 2013. At the end of the term, students presented their final projects before a panel of five judges. The projects were made during the last four weeks of the course.
First prize went to Justin Cook for the app RU Open. Second prizes went to Nicholas Azar, and Michael Moriarty for the app Slime Pong.
The judges were: Ken Boyd, director, ICT Solutions, WLU; Phil Hume, Account Executive--Higher Education (Apple); Pat Rogers, Associate Vice-President: Teaching & Learning, WLU; Nora Znotinas, Chair, Physics & Computer Science (WLU). Prizes were donated by WLU’s Research Office and Apple. We thank them for their support.
Photo: Yaser Kerachian, University-Industry Liaison Officer, WLU, presents Justin Cook with the first prize, an iPad.
Photo: Phil Hume of Apple, Nicholas Azar, and Michael Moriarty with the second prize.
Photo: Phil Hume of Apple presents Chính Hoàng, CP469 Instructor, with an Apple poster
Photo: first from left, Ken Boyd, ICT Solutions director
Photo: Pat Rogers and Nora Znotinas, two of the judges
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