Brian Minter, computer science senior, was one of 350 students in the world selected to get a free ticket to the 2016 Apple World Wide Developer’s Conference. Scholarship applicants were required to submit an app that demonstrated creative use of Apple technologies and runs on an Apple platform as well as answer an essay question about the coding process. Ticket prices for the conference are valued at over $1,500.
Minter’s app, CourseKeeper (http://brian-minter.com/coursekeeper/), helps students keep track of their grades. Brian will be attending the 2016 Apple World Wide Developer’s Conference in San Francisco in June 12-17.