The University of Louisiana at Lafayette’s Center for Business & Information Technologies (CBIT) is seeking innovative thinkers and programmers of all types - professional software developers, students (high school/college), and entrepreneurs to build exciting new applications and tools for the annual CajunCodeFest 5.0 competition. Teams will create new ways to connect Lafayette as a Smart Gigabit Community using data from Lafayette Consolidated Government (LCG). The teams compete March 29 - April 1, 2017 for a cash prize and other awards. Registration is limited, so please assemble your team today!
Wednesday Night is at Abdalla Hall and the on-site coding will be at the Cecil Picard Center. Please see agenda for details.
The event is open to the public. You may register as part of a team or as a guest.