"Participants will demonstrate their knowledge of computer science and coding by taking a written test. Semifinalists will further demonstrate their programming knowledge by participating in an onsite programming challenge."
For the Connecticut State Conference, this competition entails taking a written test on coding, and later receiving a project outline and completing it in the allotted time. Teams must provide their own laptops and offline software. All teams will participate in the coding challenge. Only teams of two (2) can participate.
Items required for submission:
2019-2020 Theme: This year's challenge will be in Scratch