workforce development panel session is about to begin, and you can see our main sponsors listed
1C:Enterprise is the globally adopted rapid business application development platform and a world-wide development network. 1Ci leader Konstantin Rupasov is showing how to use platform to prototype the solution
great job done by Orange County IT
Ludmila Smirnova, Mark Tourtelott, Eric Hinsdale represent EdTech, Web Design and Open Data expertise available for Hackathoners
Lionel Durant - Lightning talk
Andrea Tejedor, the fearless HVTechFest Hackathon leader, is rushing to the stage to announce the next step
Learnng from the experts
it was a great warm up challenge allowing kids to start thinking differently
Alicia D'Amico, Yulia Ovchinnikova and Dmitry Pavlov awarding HVTechFest team leaders
It was exciting to see 120+ professionals working side by side with youth, and competing equally.
We discovered that our high schoolers are way more tech savvy than previous generations. They are thoughtful, engaged and collaborative, responsible and capable.
These amazing NFA students are committed to solve their community challenge - Newburgh's poverty! They know how technology can change people's lives, and they have a specific solution.
Lionel Durant, Dmitry Pavlov, Bil Fioravanti, Joe Cupano
The Hackathon revealed how the youth are driven to solve Hudson Valley employability & professional sustainability challenges. We were excited to see that we are all aligned in our dream of making the Hudson Valley a better place to live and work, and leveraging technology as a practical tool for this rising tide!
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Design challenge was fun and help participants make new friends, warm up with out-of-the box thinking and brainstorming
Aziz Ahmand gave a great overview on the Transformation Towards Smart Communities & Workforce Readiness for the Future
all registered participants got swags - wooden toys, stickers and t-shirts
All volunteers and staff members got these t-shirts to be recognizable
Hackathon participants are happy to make new friends while working on the projects