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The 2015 NCC Web Project contest’s Problem statement and other information is in the final stages of being completed for posting to this web site.

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Congratulations to the NCC 2014 contest winners!  A Big Thank You to all the participants, you are all winners by taking part in this National Event.


Good Job — Hancock

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Hackathons solving problems in health care – looking forward to see what you all come up with this weekend in Atlanta!



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I’ve had some people ask for ideas about what a team might do at Code:24. My answer? The sky is the limit!

Groups all over the country run events like Code:24 – often called “Hackathons”, “Code-a-thons”, “Make-a-thons”, etc – during which inspired individuals team up to build something awesome over the course of 24-48 hours. For example, a make-a-thon in Tucson (my current city – Go Wildcats!) recently produced a tweetable coke machine, an internet enabled alarm clock, a web enabled bartending robot and more (See links below)!

Tweetable coke machine: http://startuptucson.com/2014/tweetable-soda-machine-chicken-wire-satelite-dish-just-a-few-make-a-thon-successes/

Lots of neat ideas here: http://blog.mashape.com/post/53975325208/how-to-find-app-ideas-for-hackathons

The theme for Code:24 this year is mobile and web development – there are TONS of APIs to integrate Twitter, Facebook, Craigslist, etc – what can you do to make the world a cooler place? Build the next www.padmapper.com (Mashup of Craigslist + Google maps)?

Come by the information session and panels on Friday afternoon for more info and to get the ball rolling on your project. Real world developers, entrepreneurs and startup experts will help give you the guidance to get your project going. There are no winners or losers at Code:24 – the idea is work together to build something awesome.

To help us plan for how many participants to expect, please sign up for Code:24 at https://events.aitp.org/ncc2014/ (but if you don’t sign up you can still show up – the more the merrier!)

…and for a little added inspiration, everyone should learn to code!

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The pages for the Visual Studio.net and Security Scenarios contests have been updated to reflect some changes for 2014.  Take a look and start getting ready for the competitions in Atlanta!


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This year at NCC, participants will have the opportunity to hone their entrepreneurship skills at Code:24 – the NCC “Codefest/Hack-a-thon” event!

This 24 hour event starts at 2:00 PM on Friday with an innovation breakout session led by entrepreneurs from Startup Tucson and Startup Atlanta who will guide participants through the process of generating ideas, attracting funding, and getting projects off the ground. From there, participants will have until 2:00 PM on Saturday to build a prototype of their product and pitch it to potential investors. Top projects will be showcased at the awards banquet on Saturday night.

Whether your expertise is in business, coding, graphic design or “something else” this is a great opportunity to network with other students and professions and, most of all, build something cool! Individuals or teams are welcome to participate.  During the kickoff individuals will be able to team up with participants from other school to build something great!

Check out this flier for more info: FLIER

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The 2014 Web Project Competition is ready to Start. I have Posted the due dates for each Phase. The Problem Statement has been posted, as well at the Project Contract and Team Scope Statement sample.  The contest is basically the same as the past few years. If there are any questions or comments please email me aitp-web@hotmail.com, and I will get back to you.

A reminder of the 2013 Competition Winners is listed here:

1st Missouri Western State University (Team 3)

2nd Missouri Western State University (Team 2)

3rd Kalamazoo Valley Community College

Honorable Mention’s

Oakton Community College

University of Alaska – Anchorage (Team 1)

Horry-Georgetown Technical College


Larry Friedlander – Web Project Coordinator

Good Luck and Looking forward to this years entries.

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Congratulations to our contest winners and ALL participants!  Competing at a national conference such as NCC is an accomplishment in and of itself, so everyone has something to be proud of.  This year our judges saw some of the best solutions in recent history, illustrating the strength and technical prowess of all competitors at NCC – Congrats!

Also a BIG “thank you” to all the sponsors, exhibitors, volunteers, faculty and students that help make NCC a success year over year.  Without your dedication and participation this event would not be possible.

Winners, problem statements and solutions will be posted to this site over the next few days – stay tuned!

See you all next year in Atlanta, and until then:


Mark Grimes
NCC Contest Director