2014 iPhone app competition
CP469- iPhone Application Programming was offered for the fifth time at Laurier during Winter 2014. 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.
The judges were: Ken Boyd, director, ICT Solutions, WLU; Phil Hume, Account Executive--Higher Education (Apple); Jeff Jones, Professor, Psychology, Director of Laurier Center for Cognitive Neuroscience; Pat Rogers, Associate Vice-President: Teaching & Learning, WLU; Nora Znotinas, Chair, Physics & Computer Science (WLU).
First prize went to Jin Dhaliwal for the app Asteroid Belt. Second prize went to Joshua Baker and Kanwar Singh for the app Power Pages. Third prize went to Erin Cramer for the app WLUExams. In addition, the following teams were awarded special mentions: Tu Nguyen and Goran Zivkovic for the app Yu Gi Oh; Norah Alothman and Sujah Sribalamylvannan for the app Grocery Calculator; Armand Obreja for the app BoxOfficeHits. Prizes were donated by Ken Boyd, director, WLU ICT Solutions and Phil Hume, account executive, Apple Canada. We thank them for their support.
Video presentations of the apps may be viewed here
Photo: the judges, from left, Nora Znotinas, Ken Boyd, Phil Hume, Jeff Jones, Pat Rogers
Photos: First prize winner, Jin Daliwal, and Ken Boyd (judge); second prize winners, Joshua Baker and Kanwar Singh, and Ken Boyd (judge); Phil Hume (judge) and third prize winner, Erin Crammer.
Photo: 2014 CP469 class
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