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[24 Jan 2018 | No Comment | ]

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Seattle Promise (formerly 13th Year) – Free Tuition program at Seattle Central College
13th Year Free Tuition program at Seattle Central College.  All 2019 Garfield Graduates (make sure to sign up if you are planning to graduate this year) are eligible for one year of classes (Fall, Winter & Spring quarters) at Seattle Central College. But to qualify, you must fully register by the deadline is extended to Friday, February 22nd, 2019.  Help is available in the College & Career center after school, and there will be a workshop on …

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[12 Jun 2015 | No Comment | ]

Saturday, June 6th was the annual Paul Allen Computer Challenge (PACC), a contest where students learn about Data Science; this year focusing on improving health and sports performance by analyzing captured bio-metric data.  We had four teams participate, three complete the final project and two of those win 1st and 3rd Place in the Poster Session.  All students did well learning about the evolving important field of Data Science, which drives innovation in everything from health care to consumer experience, from disaster survival to crime investigation.
The winning teams are respectively:
FrizBros: …

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[1 Mar 2015 | No Comment | ]

Our Sprint Schedules (subject to modification)
—1st Monday: Sprint Planning meeting, determine Stories and Tasks
1st Week: Stand-up (Scrum) Meeting – one team per day
(1st Sprint of a new project will take longer to create backlog of Stories & Tasks & Test Cases)
2nd Monday : Story Test Cases finalized & Stand up (Scrum) Meeting
2nd Week: Stand-up (Scrum) Meeting – one team per day
3rd Week: Stand-up (Scrum) Meeting – one team per day
3rd Thursday: Integration, build & testing
3rd Friday: Demonstration of new features (stories) and identification of fixes & tasks to go into next Sprint – or are we ready …

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[1 Feb 2015 | No Comment | ]

Microsoft Opportunities: Summer Internship & 3 Day Builder Boot Camp (juniors & seniors)
From Microsoft: We’re excited to roll out this year’s Puget Sound Microsoft High School internship program and a new 3 day event that all students who apply will be eligible for as well for juniors and seniors in HS!  Both of these opportunities will give you the chance to meet program managers, developers, and developers in test that work on everything from Xbox, to Windows 8, to Bing and Word!  You will be able to get your hands …

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[7 Jan 2015 | No Comment | ]

Youth Apps Challenge Details

Congratulations to our 2016 Finalist Winners!!!

FitMe

TidePool

New Video Featuring Garfield’s TidePool Team
Finalist will attend the YAC Awards Ceremony on Saturday, June 4th to present the Pitch for their App to win more prizes.  Winning members, please let Mr. Bergquist know how many guests will attend the YAC Awards Ceremony on Saturday, June 4th.  Here are the related details & Media Release (copies available in class):

Finalist Letter
Tips on Pitches (you will be making a Pitch at the Ceremony)
Student Media Release form (required to attend)

Submission Requirements: Students are required to post their …