After the event, the teams will schedule stops to each of the high schools in the college’s 10-county area. At each stop, the teams will explain their applications and answer questions about college in general, internship opportunities, job placement percentages and starting salaries for software developers. The Indian Hills Computer Programming Club will also be there to share information about the club and scholarships available to incoming students.
Those interested in the event can also find follow it on Twitter @IHCCByteJam before or during the three days or presentation. A screen will be available during the presentations that will show all of the Twitter conversation about the event.
— To see reporter Josh Vardaman's Twitter feed, go to @CourierJosh