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UrbanTXT Sponsors Hustle & Code Hackathon at Nickerson Gardens, Children Make Apps and Websites for the First Time
Nickerson Gardens held its first day-long Hackathon, where one hundred (100) children spent the afternoon designing phone apps and websites to help improve their community. The winning entry was the website Feed Watts, where one could add the date of a food drive or giveaway. Other entries included a phone app that combined pictures with geolocation to let residents report trash and broken streetlights. Another, Green Team, turned volunteering into a game where participants could earn points to ...
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