Coding for Community is an annual software development contest. Students are encouraged to use their software skills to develop free calculators and libraries in vCalc to benefit their communities. These 1st Place Winner
Zeinab Bandpey ($1,000) calculators can provides solutions to the broadest imaginable problems ranging from agriculture to aerospace and at all levels of user education. The calculators are judged for:
1st Place Winner Tyler Jones ($1,000)
There is also a separate award based on community adoption that measures the number of times a calculator is used over an evaluation period.
2015 President's Award: ($1,000)
Community Adoption Award:($1,000)
The Coding for Community contest for 2015 is now closed and the submissions for the first award, the President's Award, have been completed (below). The second evaluation starts on January 1, 2016 and runs to March 31, 2016 and is solely based on community use of the calculators.
The Universities with student awards are:
Links to all of the equations and calculators submitted in this contest are at the bottom of this collection.
These token (Equations and Calculators) were submitted to the 2015 Coding for Community Contest. The following could not be evaluated because it was not made public: